Auxillium Resources

Seattle


Compass Center
(206) 357-3100
77 S Washington St, Seattle, WA 98104
Full listing of all locations, services, programs, and contact numbers, provides showers, and shelter for homeless men and women.
Peter’s Place
901 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
206-474-1630

Urban Rest Stop
(206)-332-0110
1924 Ninth Avenue, Seattle, WA
The Urban Rest Stop has 3 locations where individuals and families can come and use restrooms, shower and laundry facilities. All services are provided at no cost to patrons.
Ballard URS Phone: (206) 258-3626
2014-B NW 57th St. Seattle, WA
University District Phone: (206) 327-0744
1415 NE 43rd Street, Seattle, WA
(The entrance is located on the side of the building in the alleyway)


Women's Shelters

YWCA Seattle - King - Snohomish
(206) 461-4851
With more than 20 locations the YWCA serves more than 40,000 women and families each year with programs to end homelessness, create self-sufficiency, care for children and youth, prevent violence and eliminate racism.

Mary's Place
(206) 621-8474
1830 9th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101

Jubilee Women's Center
(206) 324-1244

620 18th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112

Angeline's Day Center for Women
Daytime drop-in: (206) 436-8650
Enhanced Night Program: (206) 436-8656
Winter Shelter: (206) 770-0156
2030 3rd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121

Low-Income and transitional Housing

Aloha Inn
(206) 283-6070
1911 Aurora Avenue North · Seattle, WA · 98109

Catholic Community Services and Archdiocesan Housing Authority
(206) 328-5696

(206) 323-6336

With more than 30 Shelters and Homeless services in 12 counties of Western Washington.

Complete phone listing and locations in all western counties.


Low Income Housing Institute
(206) 443-9935
2407 First Ave., Seattle, WA 98121

Seattle Housing Authority
(206) 239-1500
190 Queen Anne Ave N., Seattle, WA 98109-1028

For a complete listing of locations and contact information.

Plymouth Housing Group
(206) 374-9409
Housing Rental Office
1524 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
206-652-8325

Shelters and Encampments

Downtown Emergency Services Center (DESC)
(206) 474-1570
515 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104

More locations and contact numbers.

Nickelsville
(206) 450-9136

Nickelsville Ballard is at 2826 NW Market Street. 206-390-9292.
Nickelsville Union's Tiny House Village is located behind the Luther Church of the Good Shepherd at 22nd and Union, 206-601-0999.

Tent Cities
Encampments for adults 18+
Tent City 3 - (206) 399-0412
Tent City 4 - (206) 618-3901

Union Gospel Mission Men's Shelter
(206) 622-5177
318 2nd Avenue Extension South, Seattle, WA 98104


Other online Resources


Seattle Community Network
The Seattle Community Network (SCN) maintains a large listing of Homeless shelters, transitional housing and many other services offered by various organizations.


Seattle Crisis Resource Directory  is maintained by the SCN and brought to you by the Peace Heathens.

WASHINGTON STATE HOMELESS SERVICES

ABERDEEN


Union Gospel Mission

Aberdeen, WA 98520
(360)533-1064
Emergency Shelter for men and for women/children. 
Men's shelter: At the Heron Street Facility at 405 East Heron in Aberdeen, more than 35 men each night can receive shelter, a shower and clean clothing, as well as a staff member to talk or pray with them. 


Esther Women's Shelter

Aberdeen, WA 98520
(360)581-7826
This is a life changing experience for any woman that is been struggling,discouraged and needs a new start in their life. If you are ready to change your life then give us a call or just walk-in. We believe in the power of the word of God and Know that God will change the life of anyone that is will


Faithhouse Ministries

211 E Wishkah St

Aberdeen, WA 98550
(360) 533-4802
Faithhouse is a christian faith based ministry that offers a 1 year in house commitment christ centered experience that is guaranteed to help those with a desire for change and new direction in their lives.


Coastal Community Action Program 

Main Office - 117 E Third Street

Aberdeen, WA 98520

(360) 533-5100 

info@coastalcap.org

CCAP works with low income individuals and families to remove the barriers that prevent them from achieving economic stability in Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties. CCAP has housing assistance, utility assistance, transportation, and other social services.

Housing assistance includes:

Temporary Shelter Assistance
Transitional Housing
Rental Assistance
Homeless Assistance
CCAP also has links to resources in other counties.

The Salvation Army

Grays Harbor Corps Community Center
215 N. "G" Street
Aberdeen, WA 98520-5227
360-532-8346

The Salvation Army has housing assistance, utility assistance, a food bank and other social services.



Auxillium Resources maintains this listing of online resources for people who are low income to help prevent becoming homeless and for people who are homeless to provide them with the resources to emergency assistance programs that may help with health care, food, and temporary, transitional, or permanent housing.

This is where you can find the Resources you need for Housing, Food, Shelter, Medical, DentalFood Pantries and Homeless Shelters and other services in Every City, State, and Town by clicking the links.

There are also some very helpful advertisements to the right on every page throughout this website and on the bottom.

For immediate help finding local services in your area please call 211.

TACOMA


Tacoma Rescue Mission

425 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA 98402
253.383.4493

Homeless Shelter that provides 3 meals a day and other services such as showers, clothing and other services.


Nativity House

The Nativity House is a drop-in day-center center for people experiencing homelessness in Tacoma and offers various services, including clothing, food, toiletries, showers, and referrals to social services. Nativity House is the largest, most comprehensive facility in Pierce County serving low-income and homeless adult men and women.


The House of Matthew

First Tower Building,
621 Tacoma Ave., Suite #503 Tacoma WA 98402

(253)301-0508

The House of Matthew Permanent & Supportive Housing is your community nonprofit organization, that works for you.Making our community stronger. We exist to end homelessness, to connect and unite the needs- with the resources in our community.In every effort to assist in homeless prevention, The House of Matthew provides training, housing,independence and support(including advocacy and advisory) to individuals that are low-income, at-risk of homelessness, or already homeless.


Network of Tacoma

5435 South M Street, Tacoma, WA 98408 
253-474-9334

Network has one emergency apartment, ten transitional housing units, and twenty-two permanent low-income apartments. The families in emergency housing transfer to our transitional units if they are seeking a hand-up rather than a hand-out. Network then assists with seeking employment, day care, transportation, education, food, furniture and household goods.


Pierce County Emergency Shelter

Listing of approximately 15 Homeless shelters and various other housing primarily for homeless families and low income.


Access Point for Housing (AP4H)

253-682-3401

As part of the strategic plan to end homelessness in Pierce County and to design a “best practice” model to serve homeless households, Associated Ministries, in partnership with Catholic Community Services, Greater Lakes Mental Health Care and Comprehensive Life Resources, has contracted with Pierce County to provide coordinated entry for homeless households.

SPOKANE


Union Gospel Mission

1224 E. Trent Ave., Spokane, WA, 99202

509-535-8510

Emergency Shelter for men and women that also provides meals and other services.


The House of Charity
32 W Pacific Ave, Spokane, WA 99201 ·

(509) 624-7821

The House of Charity serves any individual in any condition, including intoxicated and actively substance abusing and offers free its services free of charge based upon need, not greed or ability to contribute. The services are the basic necessities for physical survival and include food, medical care, mental health counseling and case management, housing, showers and toilet facilities, laundry, clothing, personal effects, storage and more. The Sleeping Program is available for homeless men every day of the year. Up to 108 men are sheltered at the House of Charity each night. Meals (coffee Monday - Saturday at 7:30 a.m.), and a hot lunch Monday - Saturday from 11 - 11:30 a.m

NATIONWIDE RESOURCES FOR HOMELESS AND

PEOPLE AT RISK OF BECOMING HOMELESS:


Link 2-1-1 Call Center Search
2-1-1 provides free and confidential information and referral. Calling 2-1-1 provides help with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more. As of November 2009, 2-1-1 serves over 241 million Americans (more than 80% of the entire population) covering all or part of 47 states (including 34 states with 90%+ coverage) plus Washington DC and Puerto Rico.


The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is a national, non-profit, faith-based organization that offers several programs for veterans including Veterans Affairs Services as part of its Community Care Ministries and Veterans Camps, which is part of its Recreation Programs. Information about these programs can be found under the Programs That Help tab.

Catholic Charities
The national office for over 1,700 local Catholic Charities agencies and institutions nationwide, Catholic Charities USA provides strong leadership and support to enhance the work of local agencies in their efforts to reduce poverty, support families, and empower communities. More information about programs for veterans can be found under

the tab, What We Do.Veteran Service Organizations


Community Action Partnership

 It is the mission of the Community Action Partnership to strengthen, promote, represent and serve the network of member agencies to assure that the issues of poverty are effectively presented and addressed.
The Community Action Partnership is a national, nonprofit organization that works to strengthen, promote, represent and serve its network of member Community Action Agencies (CAAs) to assure that the issues of poverty are effectively presented and addressed.
Since their inception as part of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, CAAs have helped low-income Americans escape poverty and achieve economic security. Through programs such as Head Start, job training, housing, food banks, energy assistance, and financial education, CAAs tailor their services to meet the needs of the individuals and communities they serve. They put a human face on poverty, advocate for those who don’t have a voice, and provide opportunities. 


Food Pantries

Find local pantries, soup kitchens, food shelves, food banks and other food help. FoodPantries.org works hard to gather the best government and non profit subsidized grocery resources on the Internet. FoodPantries.org displays pantry hours, details, websites where we find them.


Homeless Shelter Directory

Homeless Shelters and Homeless Service Organizations. The Homeless Shelter Directory provides Homeless Shelters and Homeless Service Organizations. This includes all resources necessary to help the needy. The directory was created for people who want to find and donate food and/or supplies to their local shelter. Volunteer Opportunities are also needed at most shelters. I have listed contact information for volunteering at these shelters. Due to the current foreclosure rate and US recession, many shelters have waiting lists. Please call before going to the shelter.


SheltersListings.Org

Shelter Listings is dedicated to serving the homeless and low-income. Our shelter list consists of over 3,000 listings and includes emergency shelters, homeless shelters, day shelters, transitional housing, residential drug/alcohol rehabilitation programs, supportive housing and permanent affordable housing.


Free Dental Care
​Free or reduced dental care is available from several organizations. Many universities and dental schools offer services provided by dental students. Many churches maintain clinics that server the needy. Many clinics receive federal or state subsidies or funding to provide reduced cost dental services to low income patients. Service fees are often offered on a sliding scale or are income-based. Free Dental Care is a user contributed database of nationwide dental clinics that offer any type of oral hygiene services for dental work. 


Free Medical Clinics

​​About FreeMediacalCamps.com: We are trying to bring you the most recent information about Free Medical Clinics and Free Dental Clinics that are available in all the States and Cities in the United States. We started recently and are making progress. As you know this not an easy task, and is not error free. Please help us in bringing the most accurate and recent information together. * Where one can get free medical help . * Some of the listings we have do charge very little fee. * Some places they ask you for small donation. We still list them Free Medical clinicss/Clinics as they are almost free. There is one listing which ask for $20.00 per visit. We considered listing them, we made a note in the listing that they charge. As long as we see a motive towards helping people who are in need of medical help we consider them Free Clinics (We agree that we are going away from "Free") but we know their effort is worth lot more to lots of people. * Some are for low income people, some are for homeless * Some only serve the local community residents. * Some Clinics are specific to HIV treatment etc..


Travelers Aid International
Travelers Aid International advances and supports a network of human service provider organizations committed to assisting individuals and families who are in transition, or crisis, and are disconnected from their support systems.


Housing & Urban Development (HUD) - Homelessness
National, State and Local HUDVet Resources are provided in addition to Local Homeless Assistance, Housing Counseling and other organizational resources.


Health & Human Services (HHS)
HHS protects the health of all Americans and supports the delivery of essential human services, especially for those who are least able to help themselves. As such, the delivery of treatment and health and social services to persons experiencing homelessness is included in the activities of the Department.

Social Security Administration (SSA)
The SSA Service to the Homeless website provides valuable information on SSA programs and benefits; reports on federal government homeless initiatives; and links to advocate groups and other federal government service providers who provide assistance to the homeless.

SAMHSA Homelessness Resource Center

The SAMHSA Homelessness Resource Center seeks to improve the lives of people affected by homelessness who have mental health conditions, substance use issues, and histories of trauma. The Center features an interactive community of providers, consumers, policymakers, researchers,and public agencies at federal, state, and local levels.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

The Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program (EFSP), a Federal program administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), supplements and expands ongoing efforts to provide shelter, food and supportive services for the nation's hungry, homeless, and people in economic crisis.

Department of Agriculture (USDA)
The USDA Nutrition Assistance Program provides children and low-income people access to food, a healthful diet, and nutrition education.

National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH)
The National Alliance to End Homelessness is a nonprofit, non-partisan organization committed to preventing and ending homelessness in the United States. NAEH has an array of policy, data and program resources related to homelessness among veterans.


Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)
With a focus on helping communities create permanent housing with services to end and prevent homelessness, CSH advances its mission by providing advocacy, expertise, leadership, and financial resources to make it easier to create and operate supportive housing. Information about veteran homelessness can be found under the tab Policy/Advocacy/Our Policy Priorities.

National Health Care for the Homeless Council (HCH)
The National Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) Council is a home for those who work to improve the health of homeless people and who seek housing, health care, and adequate incomes for everyone. Resources for homeless people and those at risk are also available on this site in addition to information on Homeless Veterans Health Care at www.nhchc.org/veteranshealthcare.html.

National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH)
NCH is a national network of people who are currently experiencing or who have experienced homelessness, activists and advocates, community-based and faith-based service providers, and others committed to a single mission. Resources for homeless people and those at risk of homelessness are provided on the website

Goodwill Industries International
Goodwill's network of 166 independent, community-based organizations in the United States and Canada offers customized job training, employment placement and other services to people who have disabilities, lack education or job experience, or face employment challenges.


Zillow’s Community Pillar Portal
Zillow’s Community Pillar program identifies landlords and property managers willing to rent to Veterans and others with potential rental barriers (e.g., low income or credit scores, lack of employment or housing references). Those with barriers to housing can use Zillow’s website to find local Community Pillars, landlords or property managers who have agreed to modify their standard tenant screening process to help renters find safe, stable housing. Landlords and property managers who want to become Community Pillars can note this in their online Zillow profile.

National Housing Database for the Homeless and Low Income

Shelter Listings is dedicated to serving the homeless and low-income. The online housing database found on the website contains a database consisting of over 3,000 listings and includes emergency shelters, homeless shelters, day shelters, transitional housing, residential drug/alcohol rehabilitation programs and permanent affordable housing.