Address:521 E Highland DrArlington, WA 98223Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away )
Services: Provides long term, transitional housing and support services for pregnant or parenting teen mothers between the ages of 13-17. Youth receive case management, are expected to pursue school, parenting skills classes, and live by house rules. Facilities offer group living area, kitchen, and sleeping quarters with one resident and their child per room. Facility can house up to 5 pregnant teens/teen mothers and their infants.
Eligibility: Homeless pregnant or parenting teens, ages 13-17.
Address:2525 Rucker AveEverett, WA 98201Map & Directions
Services: Provides a temporary severe weather shelter to anyone in need.
Eligibility: Anyone in need of shelter
Address:2726 Cedar StEverett, WA 98201Map & Directions
Services: Provides shelter for up to 8 homeless teens ages 12-15. Stays can last 14-21 days. Residents are provided case management services to help find long term, transitional, or permanent housing, develop employment readiness, work towards their diploma or GED, and address other barriers as needed.
Eligibility: For teenagers, ages 12-17 who are homeless, abused, or at-risk.
Address:15302 Plainview PlMonroe, WA 98272Map & Directions
Services: Provides shelter for up to 6 homeless teens ages 13-17. Stays can last 14-21 days. Residents are provided case management services to help find long term transitional or permanent housing; begin the process of employment readiness; work towards their diploma or GED; and address other barriers to safe, stable housing.
Eligibility: For teenagers, ages 13-17 who are homeless, abused, or at-risk.
Address:275 SE Pioneer Way # 102Oak Harbor, WA 98277Map & Directions
Services: Safe Shelter for victims of domestic violence or sexual assault. Shelter not a confidential shelter
Eligibility: No requirements. Call the hotline for more information
Address:1002 S 3rd StMount Vernon, WA 98273Map & Directions
Services: Provides shelter up to 90 days for sober men. Shower and laundry facilities, and phone access are available. Clothing, shaving utensils, and personal grooming supplies are furnished free of charge to anyone in need. Men not staying at the shelter may use shower facilities free of charge.
Eligibility: For men who are free of drugs/alcohol.
Address:1791 NE 1st Ave #2Oak Harbor, WA 98277Map & Directions
Services: Provides support services and shelter primarily for families with children.
Six emergency shelter sites available in Island County (short-term housing -30-60 days) and several transitional housing opportunities (6 month initial enrollment period).
Eligibility: Household is homeless.
Address:6215 196th St SWLynnwood, WA 98036Map & Directions
Services: An emergency cold weather event is declared when the temperature is anticipated to be 33 F or below, for 4 hours or more overnight. The network declares and publicizes the event through a phone hotline, reader board at Trinity Lutheran Church, and a posting at Lynnwood Library.
Eligibility: Open to families, women and men. If the population seeking shelter exceeds the capacity of our network, preference is given to children, women, elderly, and the sick.
Address:6027 208th St SWLynnwood, WA 98036Map & Directions
Services: Screening for waitlist. Single women and single women with children.
Eligibility: For single women and children. Does not take those who are in danger of pursuit, or using drugs/alcohol.
Address:6620 NE 185th StKenmore, WA 98028Map & Directions
Services: Operates an outdoor camp which provides shelter on the Eastside for up to 40 homeless men, women and couples without children.
- Hot meals
- Shower facilities
- TV room
- Computer use (no Wi-Fi or internet access)
- Bicycles residents can borrow
- Limited access to laundry facilities
- Kitchen equipped with microwave and refrigerator
Residents can access:
- Employment services
- Health/dental programs
- GED preparation
- School programs
- Legal resources
All campers must do a minimum of three security shifts per week; shifts are four hours each.
Camp vehicles make trips to the store and can provide transportation to doctor appointments and jobs.
Helps residents transition to permanent housing.
Homeless men, women and couples ages 18 and over.
Service animals as well as pets are allowed. Required to have tags and shots. Those with pets should call ahead as only a limited number of pets may be allowed depending on the current host site.
Sobriety is required.
Will check warrant status and for sexual offense history. People with active warrants or registered sex offense are not allowed to stay at camp.