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Spokane Human Rights Commission – responds to discrimination complaints based on race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, familial status and other factors. Call 625-6110.

Veterans Counseling – Free counseling services, sponsored by the Veterans Outreach Center. Call 444-8387.

Attendant Care Registry – Free service matching disabled adults and children with personal-care providers, sponsored by Coalition of Responsible Disabled. Call 326-6355.

Citizenship Course – Offered by Community Colleges of Spokane, Mondays or Tuesdays, 5-9 p.m., Adult Education Center, 2310 N. Monroe St., Room 117. Call 533-4600.

Displaced Homemakers – Sponsored by Community Colleges of Spokane; free program for women in transition. Call 533-3752.

Easter Seal Society of Washington – Offers free computer loan program for individuals with disabilities. Call 326-8292 for information.

Employment, Education and Training – For Spokane County residents who have been laid off from work or have low income. Provided through Career Path Services. Call 326-7520.

Employment and Training – For low-income youth, 16-21 years old, in Spokane County. Call 456-7660.

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