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UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 25, 2020

City follows through on pledge, gives affordable housing complexes $280,000

The Spokane City Council dipped into reserves Monday to fund two affordable housing projects. The council unanimously approved a two-year funding plan totaling $280,000 to support services at The Carlyle …

UPDATED: Mon., June 25, 2018

Pioneer Human Services is not housing separated migrant children in Spokane

Spokane does not appear to be housing any migrant children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border, in spite of reports to the contrary.

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 23, 2018

Spokane nonprofit expands into drug treatment for people in federal probation program

Pioneer Human Services has expanded drug treatment services at its office in central Spokane, where it’s now treating people under federal probation supervision.

Panel hears support for involuntary rehab

OLYMPIA – At the height of his battle with alcohol and drug addiction, Ricky Garcia’s trips to the emergency room were a daily occurrence. Substance abuse took a toll on …

Nonprofit lowers offer for city-owned Carlyle Care Center

A Seattle-based nonprofit group has lowered the amount it is willing to pay the city of Spokane for the Carlyle Care Center. The Spokane City Council in December agreed to …