Community Stuff

May 29 and 30 - Weekend of Freedom and Fun

#Reopen Spokane is having a Freedom March on Friday, May 29. beginning at 4:00 p.m. The march with begin at the Spokane Arena and continue to City Hall downtown Spokane. 

The next day, Saturday, May 30, Picnic with Patriots will take place at the Spokane Valley Mission where Splashdown is located. Bring a picnic lunch if you'd like and join them some great fun.  They will be serving hot dogs for a few hundred people too. 

For more information, call Nancy at 206-678-2357 or email her at nancy@startmail.com. You can also visit the C.U.R.E Facebook page, @StandWithCure on Twitter or visit their website at standwithcure.com 

Kootenai County Election guide

If you have questions about 2020 ballot measures, Watchmen Ministry North Idaho has put together a non-partisan voters guide. See where all candidates stand on issues on the May ballot.  For more information, go to their website at: www.WatchmenMinistryNorthIdaho.com 

Reminder, all absentee ballots must be returned to your county clerks office by June 2, 2020. 

Opens Arms Pregnancy open

Open Arms Pregnancy Care Center and Real Choices Clinic is now open for clinical and non-clinical services. All services are zero-cost to clients and patients.  For information, contact them at 208-667-5433 for appointments and information.  

They also have the Baby Bottle Boomerang campaign going right now. This program helps provide services.  Go to www.babybottleboomerang.life to contribute through the "Online Bottles" link.

Panhandle Health Coronavirus Hotline
Veterans Crisis Line

Confidential help for Veterans and families

The Veterans Crisis Line is a toll free,
confidential resource that connects Veterans
in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)responders.

Veterans & their loved ones can call
1-800-273-8255 press 1
or chat online at
www.VeteransCrisisLine.net
to receive free confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
even if they are not registered with the department of veterans Affairs or enrolled in VA health care.

For more information about the Veterans Crisis Line, visit www.VeteransCrisisLine.net

For more information about VA's mental health resources, visit www.mentalhealth.va.gov.

Priest River Ministries Advocates For Women

+Priest River Ministries Advocates for Women is a faith based, non profit
  agency providing free services and support for victims of domestic violence,
  sexual assault and human trafficking.
+They offer emergency shelter, support groups, advocacy in the courts,
  paralegal services and many other services.
+There are three locations, Priest River, Sandpoint and Spirit Lake.
+The Priest River and Spirit Lake locations also offer a free clothing store and
  pantry with items such as diapers, baby formula and toiletries.
+For location addresses, hours or more information, visit their website at
  PRMAFW.org    or call them at 208-448-2800
+They also offer a 24/7 helpline at 208-290-6529