Resource List

For Women

Sophia Way

Helen’s Place Emergency Shelter   Hours: Open 24/7

Services: Meals (breakfast and lunch), showers, laundry, computers, case management and supportive services, and on-site mental health services

Location: 8045 120th Avenue NE, Suite 200, Kirkland, WA 98033

Phone: 425.572.2178   daily to check for open beds

Bus route: 250

Extended-Stay Shelter in Bellevue

Sophia Way opens their applications for their 6-month shelter program Sophia Place (in Bellevue) on the third Monday of every month. On Monday, you can apply by phone on the Intake line at 425.598.2608; Leave your first and last name, phone number, and email if you have one; or on line here: https://sophiaway.org/night-shelter-program-app/  (Available only third week of the month)

Day Center Hours: Every day from 8 am to 3 pm

Services: Meals (breakfast and lunch), showers, laundry, computers, and access to service providers including medical, legal assistance, and job search

Location: 3032 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004

Phone: 425. 896.7385

For Families

HOTLINE for Families looking for shelter: 206-245-1026

Babies of Homelessness delivers diapers and formula to you call (866) 442-6443

New Bethlehem Programs

New Bethlehem Place Day Center

showers, grab-and-go meals, laundry, onsite case management, and a comprehensive support network that seeks to return families to stable permanent housing.

Please contact Jennifer or Karina

New Bethlehem Place

The New Bethlehem Place shelter provides 24/7 enhanced shelter services to families experiencing homelessness.

Phone: 425-679-0354

 

Mary’s Place Outreach:

https://www.marysplaceseattle.org/outreach-request 

 

Hopelink Family Development intake line:

https://www.hopelink.org/programs/family-development/ 

Case management not only connects clients with Hopelink services and one-on-one support meeting their goals, the program also directly connects clients to resources outside of Hopelink.

The program is particularly helpful for clients experiencing homelessness or imminent risk of homelessness. Hopelink can help negotiate and coordinate with landlords and otherwise provide direct assistance in a variety of areas.

To complete a phone screening, call 425-883-4755 or complete the online form. Calling a Hopelink Center is also an option.

 

If you have a child birth to 3yr old:

 Kindering can provide a free assessment for developmental needs –

For more information or to schedule an evaluation, contact Jill Clacy at (425) 289-7523 or email Jill.Clacy@Kindering.Org.

https://kindering.org/portfolio-items/families-in-transition-fit/?portfolioCats=107

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For Men

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Emergency Men’s Shelter (EMS) and Day Center 

For immediate assistance, call 425-698-1295

13668 Eastgate Way SE, Bellevue

The EMS, along with our Day Center, provides a safe, welcoming, resource-rich environment 24 hours a day every day of the year for men experiencing homelessness

 

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For Youth Adults

Friends of Youth Shelter and Day Center: YOUNG ADULTS (18+) | The Landing

Providing basic needs resources for young adults experiencing homelessness including shelter, food, showers, laundry, clothing, and hygiene materials.

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Address: 16101 NE 87th St Suite 110 Redmond, WA 98052

Phone 425-449-3868

Safe Place

24-hour crisis hotline, youth ages 12-17, Within forty-five minutes, a Safe Place coordinator meets with the youth, assesses the situation, and works with the youth to place them at a shelter or reunite with parents/guardians, community outreach.

Text or call – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 1.800.422.8336

 

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Outreach Workers

Vehicle Resident Outreach – Atiyah Conway – phone: 425 900-1433

email: atiyah.c@sophiaway.org

 

Salvation Army Street Level Outreach Team (helps with finding housing and move-in costs):

Kendra: 206.833.6154 or kendra.kelly@usw.salvationarmy.org

 

Financial coach: Donna O’Connor

Email: DOconnor@hopelink.org 

Phone: 425-410-4581

Employment specialist with YWCA: Shalenia Hollins: 425.882.1796 | Mobile: 206.773.4701, shollins@ywcaworks.org

Is happy to come to LWUMC to meet with you. She can assist with job search, college planning, occupational skills training, job readiness training, interview clothing, interview tips, GED, ABE, and ESL Referrals, Resume assistance, and cover letter help.

Employment Navigator:  Susan Truong Email: struong@ywcaworks.org

Family Village Redmond, M,W, TH & F 16601 NE 80th St. Redmond, WA 98052

Office: 425-556-1353 | Mobile: 206-496-4398

City of Kirkland Homeless Outreach Coordinator: Meli Paulo

Email: mpaulo@kirklandwa.gov

Phone: 425-229-5099

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Urgent Non-Shelter Assistance

St Vincent de Paul  8:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday to Friday at 206-767-6449 Cash assistance for a variety of needs

MCRC Redmond (425) 947-7146   manager@mcrcseattle.org  gas and grocery gift cards

Essentials First is happy to support families/individuals with $25 gas cards (1/month), non-perishable food boxes, as well as hygiene kits here at the office in Bellevue. Our client hours are by appointment from 11:00am-3:00pm.

Office phone number: (425) 502-7768.     

Address: 919 124th Avenue, NE Suite #103 Bellevue, WA 98005

Email: tasnim@essentialsfirst.org

Hopelink Kirkland Address: 11011 120th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033

Phone: (425) 889-7880

Wide variety of programs – food bank, cash assistance, energy assistance, employment, transportation

 

Resource Navigation

Bellevue Library has an IN PERSON Resource Fair, 10am-noon, the last Thursday of the month. Help to get an ID,housing resources, benefits sign-up, referrals to local resources

Redmond Library has an IN PERSON Resource Fair 2-4pm every Wednesday alongside Community Court

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Contact Us

7525 132nd Ave. NE Kirkland, WA 98033 View a map

Email: office@lakewaumc.org

Church Office: (425) 885-3311

Safe Parking: (425) 464-SAFE