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West Central Community Center



Enriching Lives. Creating Community.


West Central Community Center serves the West Central, Emerson-Garfield and Audubon/Down River neighborhoods providing childcare, health & nutrition services, a medical clinic, programs for developmentally disabled adults and recreation activities for youth and adults.




Youth Development


The Youth Development & Recreation program (WCYD) provides a variety of positive activities for the youth in our community including camps, clubs, sports and leadership classes.   Our dedicated, connected staff make a lasting impression on the youth who participate in our programs, providing skills and abilities that serve them well into adulthood.


Before and After School Program

Serving children ages 5 to 12, enrichment activities include organized sports, arts and crafts, S.T.E.M., guest speakers, field trips, movies and much more.  Free drop-off and pick-up are provided for Holmes, Audubon and Spokane Public Montessori elementary schools.


Summer Day Camp

Children ages 5 to 12 spend their summer exploring the community, swimming, attending special events and numerous other activities ensuring a safe and fun-filled summer vacation.




The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program is a vital service available at WCCC, providing important health and nutrition education, breastfeeding support for new mothers, and access to healthy foods to help support healthy families. Our WIC office serves four sites, West Central Community Center, Cheney /United Methodist Church, Fairchild Air Force Base, and Airway Heights.


Supportive Services


The Community Inclusion and Learning Skills programs provide activities and opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities to socialize, connect with others and experience what our community has to offer. 


Learning Skills is a structured program providing recreational activities, skill building and advocacy for adult clients.


Community Inclusion offers clients recreation and activities within the community.  One-to-one or group field trips include bowling, clubs, classes and many other experiences for fun and friendships.

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