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Ballard Urban Rest Stop

Address:
2014 NW 57th St
Seattle, WA 98107

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(206) 258-3626

Website:
http://urbanreststop.org

Services:
Provides restrooms, showers and laundry facilities, with soap for laundry and showers. Also distributes limited toothbrushes, toothpaste, shaving cream, lotion, razors and combs. Showers have doors that lock and are limited to 15 minutes, or 20 minutes for clients with physical disabilities. - Showers are ADA compliant, equipped with handrails, a chair, and large stalls. - Showers can be accessed by a wheelchair. Laundry is self-service and takes approximately two hours. Laundry limited to one 18-pound load every other day; showers can be used once per day. No shoes washed. Clients may check out a set of overalls to use when washing clothes by leaving an ID.

Eligibility:
Serves youth and adults of all genders. Prioritizes serving those who are homeless. No smoking, alcohol, intoxication or drug use allowed. No pets allowed, with the exception of personal assistance animals. Patrons must behave in respectful manner with each other and with staff.


Elizabeth Gregory Home

Address:
1604 NE 50th St
Seattle, WA 98105

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(206) 729-0262

Website:
http://eghseattle.org

Services:
Provides a daily drop-in center for women; no children allowed. Offers: - Limited emergency food - Breakfast and lunch - Cooking facilities - Laundry facilities - Shower facilities with wheelchair accessibility, grab bars and a shower chair - Hygiene kits Additionally provides: - Use of computers, internet, fax, phone and copy machine to help with job and housing searches - An address for receiving mail - A kitchen and cooking supplies; women can cook throughout the day up until 3:30pm Offers optional ongoing case management services with information, referral and advocacy for various needs. Clients are welcome to stay at the center all day or simply drop in for one kind of assistance. Food and snacks are usually available throughout the day, not only at mealtimes. Interpreter services are available by advance request.

Eligibility:
Women ages 18 and older who are homeless or very low-income. Anyone who identifies as female is welcome. Cannot accept children. Companion and service animals are permitted. No documentation is required, but animals must be well-behaved.


University District Youth Center

Address:
4516 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(206) 526-2992

Website:
http://youthcare.org

Services:
Operates a drop-in center for homeless and street-involved youth and young adults. Provides clients: - Food - Clothing (including winter items) - Showers - Laundry - Hygiene supplies - King County Metro bus tickets Also offers on-site case management, which helps youth obtain: - Medical care - Mental health counseling - Housing - Other basic needs services On-site drug and alcohol counseling services and referral to treatment programs provided by Ryther Child Center.

Eligibility:
Homeless, at-risk or street-involved youth and young adults, ages 13 through 22.


Urban Rest Stop

Address:
1415 NE 43rd St
Seattle, WA 98105

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(206) 327-0744

Website:
http://urbanreststop.org

Services:
Provides restrooms, showers and laundry facilities, with laundry detergent and shower soap. Razors, shaving cream, lotion and towels are also provided. Distributes limited toothbrushes, toothpaste, combs and diapers, when available. May have pet food for clients who have a dog or a cat. Showers have doors that lock and are limited to 15 minutes, or 20 minutes for clients with physical disabilities. - Showers are ADA compliant, equipped with handrails and large stalls. - Showers can be accessed by a wheelchair. Laundry is self-serve and takes approximately 90 minutes. Laundry limited to one 18-pound load every other day; showers can be used once per day. No shoes washed. Clients may check out a set of overalls to use when washing clothes by leaving an ID or a shoe. Also offers information and referral services. Facility is shared with ROOTS young adult shelter.

Eligibility:
Serves adults and youth of all genders. Prioritizes serving those who are homeless. No smoking, intoxication or drug use allowed. Patrons must behave in respectful manner with each other and with staff. Companion animals may be permitted on a case by case basis.


Nicklesville Ballard

Address:
2826 NW Market St
Seattle, WA 98107

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(206) 390-9292

Website:
https://feednickelsville.wixsite.com/nickelsville

Services:
Operates an encampment for homeless single men, women, couples and families, providing a community of tents and small structures as an alternative to sleeping on the streets. The site may provide tents, mats and sleeping supplies depending on availability, though people are welcome to bring their own. Optional case management provided to residents by LIHI; Public Health caseworkers help families staying at the encampment connect with available resources.

Eligibility:
Homeless men, women, couples and families with children. Families defined as any household that includes at least one adult with at least one child ages 17 and younger. Service animals and pets are allowed. No drugs or alcohol, weapons, violence or threats of violence. Cannot accept clients with a previous sex offense conviction.


Immanuel Lutheran Church

Address:
1215 Thomas St
Seattle, WA 98109

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(206) 622-1930

Website:
http://icsseattle.org

Services:
Offers laundry and shower facilities for adults of all genders; no children. Provides towels and toiletries such as razors, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrushes and soap. Also offers coffee service and a meal. Showers have wheelchair accessibility.

Eligibility:
Adults of all genders. No children. Clients may use services daily.


Let me tell you the secret that has led to my goal: My strength lies solely in my tenacity.

-- Louis Pasteur

Seattle Homeless Shelters

Address:

Seattle,

Website:
https://seattlehomelessshelters.org

Services:
Provides information about homeless shelters and referrals to homeless shelters in the Seattle area and surrounding communities.

Area Served:
Seattle and surrounding communities


YouthCare's Orion Center

Address:
1828 Yale Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(206) 622-5555

Website:
http://youthcare.org

Services:
Drop-in Center provides comprehensive services for homeless youth and young adults, including: - Hot meals - Restrooms and shower (with disability accommodations) - Laundry - Limited food pantry items - Clothing - School and hygiene items - Crisis intervention and support - Referrals to counseling, case management, employment, education, shelter and housing. Staff regularly transport youth to medical clinics. Staff also organizes weekly recreational activities. Bus tickets handed out in exchange for chores.

Eligibility:
Homeless, runaway and street-involved youth and young adults ages 13 through 22.


Urban Rest Stop Care

Address:
1924 9th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(206) 332-0110

Website:
http://urbanreststop.org

Services:
Provides restrooms, showers and laundry facilities, with soap for laundry and showers. Also distributes limited toothbrushes, toothpaste, razors, shaving cream, lotion and combs, as well as diapers, when available. May have pet food for clients who have a dog or a cat. Showers have doors that lock; time limit is 15 minutes. - Showers are ADA compliant, equipped with handrails, a chair, and large stalls. - Showers can be accessed by a wheelchair. Laundry is self-service and takes approximately two hours. Laundry limited to one 18-pound load every other day; showers can be used once per day. No shoes washed. Clients may check out a set of overalls to use when washing clothes by leaving an ID or a shoe. Also provides general and housing-specific information and referral services; including: - Information on accessing emergency, transitional and permanent housing, including subsidized housing options - Assistance with applications for housing in the downtown Seattle area

Eligibility:
Adults, youth and children of all genders. Prioritizes serving those who are homeless. No smoking, intoxication or drug use allowed. Patrons must behave in respectful manner with each other and with staff. Companion animals permitted as long as they are leashed, under control and well-behaved.


Lambert House

Address:
1818 15th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(206) 322-2515

Website:
http://lamberthouse.org

Services:
Operates a drop-in center for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 11-22. Services include: - Case management services once per week on Wednesdays - Clothing - 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.

Eligibility:
All LGBTQ youth ages 11-22.


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