Recovery Cafe Spokane was founded in 2017 with a mission to serve people in recovery.

The café is located inside CME’s Recovery and Support Services building located at 622 E 2nd Ave, right on the STA bus line.  Our services are free.  When you come through our doors,  you will be greeted by a recovery services staff member.  You can hang out on one of our couches, use a computer, have a meal, connect with café programs or attend a recovery circle.


We invite you to become a member! It is free and easy. All you have to do is attend a weekly recovery Circle, be 24-hours alcohol and drug free and help out at the café or support a member.


New member orientations are held The first Friday of every month at 10:30 am.

Can’t Make it? No Problem! Contact our Recovery Support staff for accomondations


Lunch is served Tuesday-Friday at noon

Latte Hour is Tuesday-Thursday from 2 pm to 3 pm, and Fridays from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

What we offer at Recovery Café Spokane

School for Recovery

School for Recovery is the educational arm of Recovery Cafe Spokane.


Clubhouse is designed for café members to explore employment opportunities in a safe, supportive environment. This program offers members a chance for hands-on job training, from being a  barista to learning janitorial skills. The program is funded by the Washington Health Care Authority. 

Recovery Coaching

Recovery Coaching is available to adults in recovery.  Clients are paired with a trained Recovery Coach who helps them identify barriers to their recovery.  It gives them someone to talk to on their journey to stay sober.

Recovery Coach Academy

Recovery Coach Academy offers trainings statewide.  Topics include Recovery Coaching, Recovery Coaching for Home-Based navigators, Ethics and Train teh Trainer.

Community-Minded Enterprises is an affliation of the Connecticut Community for Additction Recovery (CCAR), which provides all training.

Related Services at CME


State Opioid Response

The State Opioid Response (SOR) program is designed to provide wraparound services and reduce unmet treatment needs for those in recovery from opioid addiction.

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Child Care Assistance Program

Are you in outpatient drug or alcohol treatment?  The Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) can help you find quality child care to support your journey.

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Foundational Community Support

Living with a mental illness or a disability can make it hard to find a job or place to live.  Our Foundational Community Supports (FCS) team is here to help.

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