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Current Projects

Since 2000, Catholic Charities has developed 18 new affordable housing communities, and expects to complete at least three more by 2024. Here are some of the projects we are currently working on. 


Mother Teresa Haven

Construction began last fall on this 72-unit permanent supportive housing community located at Spokane’s Holy Names Campus. The site is adjacent to The Sisters Haven, another Catholic Charities 72-unit affordable housing community which opened in 2018. Estimated completion: November 2022


Bishop Skylstad Commons

The first project of its kind in Pasco, Bishop Skylstad Commons combines affordable, permanent housing with on-site support services to address the needs of those experiencing chronic homelessness.  A blessing and groundbreaking for the 59-unit complex took place in February 2022.  Estimated completion: Early 2023


Colville Family Haven

Catholic Charities and Rural Resources Community Action are partnering on this proposed 72-unit supportive housing community in Stevens County. Half of the units will be available to serve families who have experienced homelessness. Estimated groundbreaking: Late 2022/early 2023

St. Agnes Haven

This is a proposed 48-unit affordable housing community for families in Spokane.  In addition to amenities including a community building/gathering space, playground, and computer lab, residents will have easy access to the Fish Lake Trail head for healthy outdoor recreation. The proposed site is at Government Way and Sunset Boulevard. Estimated groundbreaking: Early 2023 

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