Address:4516 15th Ave NESeattle, WA 98105Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away )
Services: Operates a drop-in center for homeless and street-involved youth and young adults.
- Clothing (including winter items)
- Hygiene supplies
- King County Metro bus tickets
Also offers on-site case management, which helps youth obtain:
- Medical care
- Mental health counseling
- Other basic needs services
On-site drug and alcohol counseling services and referral to treatment programs provided by Ryther Child Center.
Homeless, at-risk or street-involved youth and young adults, ages 13 through 22.
Address:4740 University Way NESeattle, WA 98105Map & Directions
Services: Offers a free dinner for youth and young adults, served seven times a week between multiple sites in the University District as well as once per week in Auburn.
Youth advocates are available to provide support and referrals to other services and can sometimes provide clothing(including winter items) toiletries and books, depending on donations.
Youth and young adults, ages 13-25.
Address:311 McGraw StSeattle, WA 98119Map & Directions
Services: Provides free clothing for Seattle residents in need and anyone who is homeless. Adult sizes only.
Limited amount of linens such as blankets, towels and sheets may also be available.
Those that are living within Seattle or anyone who is homeless, even if from outside Seattle.
May receive clothing once every 30 days.
Address:2709 3rd AveSeattle, WA 98121Map & Directions
Services: Operates a drop-in center for homeless and street-involved youth.
Provides food, clothing, laundry, ADA-accessible showers and hygiene supplies as well as mail, phone and message services.
Morning programs offered include job application assistance, art and music classes and discussion groups.
Assists with obtaining valid ID for youth receiving case management services.
Youth experiencing homelessness ages 24 and younger.
Address:911 E Pike St #221Seattle, WA 98122Map & Directions
Services: Provides a clothing bank of gender affirming clothing for transgender clients who are seeking employment or transitioning on the job.
Transgender adults seeking employment or who are transitioning on the job.
Address:1818 15th AveSeattle, WA 98122Map & Directions
Services: Operates a drop-in center for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 11-22.
- Case management services once per week on Wednesdays
- Toiletries and hygiene supplies
- HIV/STI prevention education
- Evening dinner
- Social programming including a daily social space, dances, performance events and discussion groups several times a week.
Provides referrals to emergency shelter, transitional housing, medical services and drug/alcohol treatment.
All LGBTQ youth ages 11-22.
Address:801 25th AveSeattle, WA 98122Map & Directions
Services: Provides clothing for emergency needs. May have some household items such as sheets, towels, paper products, etc. available also.
Anyone in need; focuses on those living within Central Seattle area.
Address:97 S Main StSeattle, WA 98104Map & Directions
Services: Provides all kinds of free clothing to women or men in need.
Serves 10 clients per distribution day; since a limited number of tickets are distributed, it is best to arrive early.
Anyone in need.
Address:410 2nd Ave Ext SSeattle, WA 98104Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency drop-in support services for Native clients.
- Advocacy/case management
- Emergency clothing
- Nursing services
- Assessment and referral to alcohol treatment
- Computer use
- Cultural programming
Assists with applications and questions regarding DSHS benefits, as well as BIA (Bureau of Indian Affairs) benefits.
Also provides a place for clients to socialize, watch television and participate in Native cultural activities.
Offers Native arts and craft sessions weekly.
Low-income and homeless American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Ages 18 and older only; no children.
Address:5972 4th Ave SSeattle, WA 98108Map & Directions
Services: Offers free clothing for those in need.