Housing

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Mark Cooper House

Contact:
Todd Medearis
Program Manager
Phone:
Who is eligible

The Mark Cooper House serves male veterans who have an honorable or general discharge from the military.

How to apply/Referral process

First, register with the VA Puget Sound Health Care System or contact the Mark Cooper House directly at 206-224-5757.

Additional housing units have also been designated for veterans in Permanent Housing at City Gate Apartments in Bellingham.

About

The Mark Cooper House provides homeless veterans who are living with substance use disorders, mental health issues and criminal histories the tools they need to rebuild their lives so that they can successfully transition to permanent housing.

Unlike other transitional programs, the Mark Cooper House includes a vocational component – veterans who are able to work will be expected to work - and they will get the support they need to join the workforce. The facility has 34 units and houses up to 38 veterans paying 30% of their income. Participants can stay up to two years.

Amenities
  • 34 furnished units
  • Clean and sober environment
  • Community living environment (shared kitchen and bath facilities)
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • On-site parking
  • Walking distance to shopping
  • On bus line
Neighborhood:
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Victory House

Contact:
Tennille Lightfoot
Program Manager
Phone:
Who is eligible

Victory House serves male veterans who have an honorable or general discharge from the military.

How to apply/Referral process

A referral from Spokane Veterans Administration Medical Center is required to participate in program. For more information, contact Healthcare for Homeless Veterans at 509-462-2500.

Additional housing units have also been designated for veterans in Permanent Housing at City Gate Apartments in Bellingham.

About

Pioneer’s Victory House is located in downtown Spokane, Washington and provides housing and support services to homeless veterans who are living with substance use disorders, mental health and medical issues, and criminal histories. The program also provides the tools veterans need to help rebuild their lives so they can successfully transition to permanent housing.

Amenities
  • 35-bed facility
  • Transitional, supportive housing for veterans
  • Community living environment (shared kitchen and bath facilities)
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities and basic cable included
  • Walking distance to shopping and services
  • On bus line
Neighborhood:
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