Seattle area Emergency Shelters for Youth, Men, Women, Families, Domestic Violence, and other needs.
                       All #s are Area Code 206 unless otherwise noted

SEATTLE AREA
EMERGENCY SHELTERS FOR
YOUTH

Broadview Emergency Shelter
   299-2500

Denny Place (Males 16-20 only)
   328-5693

Friends of Youth
   236-5437

King County Website Listings

Orion Center (Referrals only)
   622-5555

Street Youth Ministries
   524-7301 ext 535

Teen Hope
   546-1010

The Shelter (Seattle Youth and Community
Services) Shelters and support for runaway or
homeless youth, with emphasis on first time
runaways or other not already a part of the
street culture. Youth at The Shelter may stay
1-2 weeks and receive counseling, advocacy,
food, clothing, and other needs; parents
notified within 24 hours. Other services; 5
community volunteered shelter homes for
youth at lower risk; 2 foster homes (90 day
stay with DSHS placement); phone crisis
intervention 24 hours daily. Call first for all
services.
6201 46th Ave S
   725-8888

University District Youth Shelters
   525-1213 ext 4204

Youthcare Shelter
   694-4506

 

SEATTLE AREA EMERGENCY
SHELTERS FOR
SINGLE WOMEN

Broadview Emergency Shelter
   299-2500

Compass Center
   490-4000

Domestic Abuse Womens Network (DAWN)
Provides a domestic violence crisis line,
intervention, confidential shelter (for women
with or without children), information,
women's groups, and advocacy for women
victims of domestic violence.
   (425) 656-7867 Crisis Line
   (206) 622-1881 Shelter Intake

DESC
   464-1570 ext 3033

Noel House Women 18 and over.
2301 Second Ave (2nd & Bell St)
   441-3210

Peniel Mission Free shelter for single
homeless men and women in downtown
Seattle. Free dinners 6 days a week, open
to the public. Chapel attendance required
for both and shelter.
2421 1st Ave
   441-7700

Sacred Heart Shelter
   285-7489

Salvation Army
   447-9944

SHARE/WHEEL (Shelter referrals done
through the Women's Referral Center)
   448-7889

Union Gospel Mission
   628-2008

Women's Referral Center  (Walk-in for
shelter referral between 6pm and 9:30pm.
Before 6pm, call Noel House at 441-3210)
2325 - 4th Ave (4th and Battery)
   770-0156

YWCA Downtown Seattle
   461-4882

 

SEATTLE AREA
EMERGENCY SHELTERS FOR
SINGLE MEN

Bread of Life
   682-3579

City Team Ministries
(Must arrive there by 6pm)
   352-1300

Compass Center
   461-3894

DESC
   464-1570 ext 3033

Peniel Mission Free shelter for single
homeless men and women in downtown
Seattle. Free dinners 6 days a week, open
to the public. Chapel attendance required
for both and shelter.
2421 1st Ave
   441-7700

Salvation Army/Gethsemane Lutheran
(Call William Booth Center for more info)
   621-0145

SHARE/WHEEL (Screening at Josephinum
(1902 - 2nd Ave),  Mon & Thu at 1pm,
Tue, Wed, Fri & Sat at 6pm)
   448-7889

St Martin de Porres (Ages 50+)
   323-6341

Union Gospel Mission
   622-5177

William Booth Center
   621-0145

 

SEATTLE AREA
EMERGENCY SHELTERS FOR
1 OR 2 PARENT FAMILIES

Abused Deaf Womens Advocacy Services
Serves victims and children of sexual
assault/domestic violence who are Deaf,
Deaf-Blind, and hard-of-hearing
.
Stay limit of 1 week.
4738 - 11th Ave NE
   726-0093 (TTY/TDD)
   726-0017 Fax
   236-3134 TDD Crisis Line (24 hrs)

Bellevue Police Department Has a LIMITED
number of motel vouchers for Bellevue area
residents ONLY who are homeless or victims
of domestic violence. Vouchers are for one
night only, one time only, on a case by case
basis. Food vouchers may also be available.
7am - 11pm Mon - Fri, 7am - 6pm Sat.
11511 Main Street, Bellevue
   (425) 452-7853
   (877) 881-2731 Toll Free

Broadview Emergency Shelter
(No adult men)
   299-2500

Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP)
Provides help with move-in costs to fair market
housing, extended emergency shelter, and
limited motel vouchers. Shelter consists of two
2-bedroom townhouses available for families
of 4 or more. Families may stay for up to 90
days. Clients may be assisted once a year.
Offers limited emergency cold-weather motel
vouchers during winter months (Nov - Mar).
722 - 18th Ave
   812-4952

Domestic Abuse Womens Network (DAWN)
Provides a domestic violence crisis line,
intervention, confidential shelter (for women
with or without children), information,
women's groups, and advocacy for women
victims of domestic violence.
   (425) 656-7867 Crisis Line
   (206) 622-1881 Shelter Intake

Eastside Domestic Violence Program
Provides confidential emergency shelter in
various apartments and hotels for victims of
domestic violence and their children.
   (425) 746-1940 Crisis Line/Shelter (24 hr)

Family Services Offers services for homeless
families and adults in King County. Services
focus on helping participants improve their
access to housing through crisis intervention,
advocacy, shelter and housing referrals, case
management, and financial assistance. Winter
Response service operates October through
March when temperature drops below 30
degrees.
1100 Virginia St #210
   315-2996

Hopelink (formerly NE King County Multi-
Service Center)
         Motel voucher programs
   Bellevue..................(425) 943-7555
   Kirkland..................(425) 889-7880
   Northshore..............(425) 485-6521
   Redmond................(425) 882-0241
   Shoreline................(425) 485-6521
   Sno-Valley..............(425) 333-4163
   Kenmore (Bothell)............292-8037

Providence Hospitality House
(Children 10 and under.  No adult men.)
   322-2107

Randolph Carter Family & Learning
Center
Offers rent assistance, energy/utility assistance, motel vouchers, bus tickets, and
funding for move-in costs for families with
children under 18 years of age.
100 - 23rd Ave S
   328-5774
   328-5646 TDD

Sacred Heart Shelter Shelter for one or
two parent families and for single women, for
up to 3 months; $3 adult, $1 child daily if
able to pay. No single men, childless
couples, or boys over 14. Shared bath,
cooking facilities, pay laundry. Dinner, free
health care, child care, job services while
in shelter. Clients must leave shelter
10am-4pm daily, except Sundays. Call for
intake 2-6pm only.
232 Warren Ave N
   285-7489

Seattle Emergency Housing
(Families of 4 or more only)
   461-3660

Seattle Indian Center (Motel vouchers for
families of 4 or more only)
   329-8700

Shelter for Women and Families Serves
single women, women with children, couples,
and families.  $5 per room.  $2.50 for dorm
bed, if able to pay. Marriage certificate
required to families and couples.  No school
or drug use, or abusive clients. Meals,
employment counseling, assistance with
social services while in shelter.  Chapel
attendance not required.
520 S King St
   622-5177 ext. 41

South King County Multi-Service Center
   (253) 854-3437

Union Gospel Mission (Women and family
shelter. No adult men.)
   628-2008

YWCA Downtown Seattle  (No adult men)
   461-4882

YWCA   East Cherry St
(Families of 4 or more)
   568-7841

YWCA   South King County
   (425) 255-1201

 

 

SEATTLE AREA
DAY CENTERS

Angeline's Day Refuge (Women only)
   441-3300

DESC
   464-1570

First Avenue Service Center
   441-8405

Lazarus Center (Ages 50+)
   623-7219

Mary's Place (Women only)
   621-8474

Orion Center (Youth 19 and under only)
   622-5555

Our Lady of Mt Carmel
   324-1305

 

SEATTLE AREA
LOW COST HOUSING

HUD Housing List
   220-5140

King County Housing Authority
   574-1100

Renton Housing Authority
   (425) 226-1850

Seattle Housing Authority
  
239-1500

 

SEATTLE AREA
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
SERVICES

Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy
   236-3134

Catherine Booth House
   324-4943

Center for Battered Women
(Snohomish County)
   (425) 252-2873

DAWN
   622-1881

DV Hotline (Statewide)
   (800) 562-6025

Eastside Domestic Violence
   (425) 746-1940

Family Renewal Shelter
   (888) 550-3915

New Beginnings
   522-9472

YWCA Alive Program Shelter
(Kitsap County)
   (360) 479-1980

YWCA Women's Support Shelter
(Pierce County)
   (800) 562-6025

 

OTHER SERVICES

Operation Nightwatch
Families arrive at 8:30pm for shelter
placement. Single women at 9pm.
Single men pick up a referral at:
DESC (517 - 3rd Ave),
Millionair's Club (2515 Western Ave),
Bread of Life Mission (97 S. Main),
Union Gospel Mission (318 - 2nd Ave)
from 7:30am to 5:30pm and arrive at
9pm for shelter placement.
302 - 14th Ave S
   329-2099

Seattle Community Service Officers
   684-4790

Senior Information and Assistance
   448-3110

Transitional Assistance Program
   315-2996

Women's Wellness Center
(Other health services and advocacy)
   256-0665

 

PIERCE & SNOHOMISH
COUNTY
EMERGENCY SERVICES

Pierce County Helpline
   (800) 572-4357

Snohomish/Skagit County Community Information Line
   (800) 223-8145

 

WASHINGTON STATE-WIDE
EMERGENCY HELP &
INFORMATION SERVICES

CRISIS CLINIC 24-Hour Crisis Line
Available 365 days a year.
   461-3222
   461-3219 TDD
   (866) 4CRISIS

Community Information Line
Mon - Fri, 8am to 6pm
   461-3200
   461-3610 TDD
   (800) 621-4636


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