Health
 

​Consulting Nurse Lines

Children's Hospital:   206.987.2500

Swedish:  206.215.2100

Evergreen: 425.899.3000

 

Homeless Teen Clinic 45th Street

206-633-7650

 

Homeless Teen Clinic: Country Doctor 

Free medical care for homeless teens 

206.461.4503 

 

Health Clinic: Columbia

206.296.4650

 

Health Clinic: Neighbor Care Medical Clinics 

Provides medical care regardless of insurance. Uninsured patients pay on a sliding fee scale and eligibility. Staff can help find low- or no-cost coverage. Services include primary care, obstetrics and midwifery, health education, social work, counseling and interpretation.

 

Health Clinic: North Seattle

206.296.4990

 

Teen Clinics: List

206.296.0100

 

Teen Clinic: Auburn 

206.296.8400

Tuesdays 12.30pm - 4.00pm

 

Teen Clinic: Federal Way

253.838.5140
Wednesdays 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Housing

 

​Aloha Inn

206.283.6070

Temporary housing, up to nine months. Also provides employment assistance, vision and dental care, counseling, medical clinic.

 

Bellwether

206.623.0506

Creative solutions for housing affordability. 



Catholic Community Services: KC Permanent Housing

Has 18 properties in King County, including Chancery Place, Dorothy Day, Frederic Ozanam, Katherine's Place.

Catholic Community Services: Noel House

206.441.3210

Providing safe shelter to single homeless women.

 

Cocoon House

425.259.5802

Snohomish County's only resource exclusively serving homeless and at-risk youth ages 13-17



Compass House

206.357.3100

Provides a range of services and housing options to people struggling with homelessness and poverty in the Seattle area, including banking and mailing centers, overnight shelters and hygiene centers. 



DAWN

24 hour: 877.465.7234
Providing a continuum of community and shelter based services to survivors of domestic violence.

DESC
206.464.1570
Provding housing for those with mental illness, drug and alcohol addiction, HIV, physical disabilities and extreme poverty.

Hope Link
call:  2-1-1
Various programs including: eviction prevention, 1st month rent assistance, emergency family shelter, & transitional housing.
 
Jewish Family Service of Seattle
206.461.3240
You do not need to be Jewish to get assistance from this non profit group 
that provides services to alleviate suffering, sustain healthy relationships and support people in times of need.
 
King County Veterans Services
206.296.7656
Short and long term housing for veterans.

KITH
425.576.9531
Assist individuals and families who are facing a crisis of homelessness by providing housing and services to help them become stable and self-sufficient.
Kent Youth and Family Services: Watson Manor
253.859.0300 ext 3035

Landlord Liaison Project
Intervention Specialist: 206.336.4617
Housing Specialist: 206.336.4632
Partnership among landlords, property managers, participating human services agencies and homeless people with barriers to accessing permanent housing.

Mama's Hands: House of Hope
206.915.2073
Provides safe and secure 24-hour living environment for women and children in crisis.

Mamma's Hands: Phone Home
425.802.9595
Distributes cell phones among the homeless, allowing them to contact families.

Multi Service Center: Family Shelter
call: 2-1-1
Allows entire families to remain together while waiting for more stable housing.

Pioneer Housing Services
housing@p-h-s.com
Offers transitional and permanent house and also housing for veterans. Also job training and job placement.

REACH Center of Hope, Renton 
425.277.7594
Day and night shelter for women and children. 
 
Renton Housing Authority
425.226.1850
Mission is to provide decent, quality, affordable housing in a safe environment to people with low income.

Rose of Lima House
206.456.3100
Provides permanent, supportive housing to formerly homeless women in a respectful, community focused environment
St. Stephen Housing Association, Renton
253-638-9798
Helping families with children move out of homelessness.

Housing, continued /
Energy Help
 
Seattle Housing Authority: Housing Finder
206.239.1737
Provides housing assistance to more than
26,000 people through six programs; some
programs have a wait-list.

Seattle Nightwatch
206.323.4359
Makes calls to local shelters after hours through dispatch service. Clients are placed and  given bus ticket. Women and children do not need a referral. Unable to serve entire families.
Social Serve: Housing Search

Sojourner Place
206.545.4200
Refuge for women committed to working on the causes of their homelessness.

Solid Ground: Broadview Shelter
877.622.3122
Provides both emergency shelter and transitional housing to
homeless women and children in a secure, confidential facility. Majority of clients are domestic violence survivors.

Solid Ground: Family Shelter
877.622.3122
Provides both short-term and long-term (up to 3 months) emergency shelter for families with children under the age of 18.
St. Stephen the Martyr
253-638-9798.
Has 20 transitional houses for homeless families with children.

Union Gospel Mission: Emergency Shelter
206.622.5177
Overnight shelter and meals.
Union Gospel Mission: Transitional Housing
​206.622.5177
Low-cost living for women making a fresh start.

Vision House Family Program
425.228.6356
Transitional housing and case management for homeless families with children. Residents are encouraged to stay 18 - 24 months to receive the support and education they need.

Way Back Inn
425.432.6766
Transitional housing for homeless children and their families helping them rebuild their lives and dignity.

Salvation Army: Catherine Booth House
206.324.4943
Shelter for women 18+, with or without children.

Youth Care
800.495.7802
Runs the only short-term emergency shelter in Seattle for homeless youth aged 12–17. 

YWCA: Angeline's Womens Center
206.568.7841
Homeless women can enjoy meals in the dining room, leave their belongings in lockers, have a hot shower, clean their clothes in the laundry rooms. They can take refuge from the cold, talk to counselors, get medical treatment, or simply sit and rest.

YWCA: Passage Point
425.270.6649
Supportive residential community for parents emerging from the corrections system who want to reunite with their families.


Energy Assistance: Home Heating and Cooling

360.725.2857

 

Foreclosure Fairness Program

 

HUD Low Rent Apartment Search

206.220.5101

 

King County Housing Authority / Apartment Search

206.574.1355

 

Washington Low Income Housing Coalition

Human Trafficking 
 
Shared Hope International
866.437.5433
Offers human trafficking awareness training programs, with a goal to increase the ID of those victimized and vulnerable to trafficking. 
Office of Crime Victims Advocacy 
866.857.9889

Immigration

Eastside Cultural Navigator 

Paula Matthysse 425.681.8180

 
Free confidential social services assistance for those who have limited English language skills. Services include, but are not limited to: help with employment, signing up for English language classes, applying for food stamps, accessing medical, legal, and financial services, assistance with children’s school issues, housing help. 

Interpretation Services

CTS Language Link: Free interpretation services

800.208.2620

24-hour hotline800.798.5144

enter code:  6525

Working Choices, Inc.

212 Wells Ave S, Ste J, Renton WA  98057  |  phone: 425.822.8654  |  fax: 425.739.0449

wci@workingchoices.net