Esperanza offers a wide range of social and human services through: Resource Navigators and Social Work Practice.
A social service and wellness program that advances food security, family healing, mental health, and LGBTQ supports for adults, youth, and families. It is a culturally and linguistically program that optimizes health for Hispanic/Latinx community individuals. The work that Esperanza does is deeply rooted in advancing health equity and anti-racist principles.
Diapers provided in 2022
Culturally appropriate food bags to families through our food bank Cosechando Esperanza in 2022
Hours provided in peer support counseling in 2022 by our staff and peer support specialists
Our Resource Navigator program helps low-income residents in Spokane, Adams, and Grant county with unmet medical, housing and food insecurity.
The Resource Navigator will work with you to help open the doors to the resources you need to provide for you and your family. The goal is to improve the overall welfare and wellbeing of individuals and communities.
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HEALTH ACCESS NAVIGATOR
Our health access navigator will help you apply for DSHS, Medicaid and other health related benefits. We can help you apply for medical financial assistance through urgent or emergency care.
HOUSING CASE MANAGEMENT
Our Housing case manager will assist with rental and utility assistance. This program also assist clients with filling out applications for new rental units. Our case manager will assist immigrants and newly arrived community members in obtaining state identification, bus pass and or library cards.
FOOD & CLOTHING BANK
Cosechando Esperanza is a food and clothing bank that was establish in 2020. It is a culturally appropriate Hispanic/Latino food bank that operates weekly. We also have a clothing and diaper bank that operates every 2 weeks. To refer or sign up for Cosechando Esperanza please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-557-0566
Social Work Practice
Esperanza is a culturally and linguistically attuned mental health service that reaches to Latinx/Hispanic youth, individuals and communities.
Our community center is a refuge where the community feels immediately seen and understood. Nearly all our youth, families, or individuals, experience intersectionality related to race, sexual orientation and expression, and/or disabilities.
Our families also face challenges related to widespread racism and xenophobia that exists within the white-dominant culture of social work practice.
MENTAL HEALTH & PEER SUPPORT
Support Groups: professionally and peer lead support groups and individual sessions to help members cope with depression, anxiety and social isolation. These sessions brings people together with shared lived experiences to support each other.
Compartiendo Esperanza mental health workshops: providing a safe space for individuals to get the conversation started through dialogue, storytelling and guided discussion within the following topics:
•LGBTQ Gender and Sexuality
•Sense of Belonging: Youth
•Coping with Depression
Assessments: Our social workers focus on assessing, planning, monitoring, and evaluating the services and possible options required for the client’s needs. A comprehensive care plan is established to reduce major barriers to health care and mental health access.
Care coordination: The work that Esperanza does is deeply rooted in advancing health equity and anti-racist principles. We aim to transform healthcare, and behavioral health access to center the experience of marginalized Hispanic/Latinx community members through coordinating care with health local health providers.
We provide direct support to parents and caregivers of people with complex medical conditions in the following areas:
Eligibility and Accessibility
Our program is offered at no cost to families, because we believe every caregiver deserves access to support.
Please contact our office for more information or to schedule an intake appointment. 509.557.0566