204 3rd Ave S Seattle
Seattle's Union Gospel Mission: Men's Shelter www.ugm.org
318 2nd Avenue Extension S Seattle
(206) 622-5177 Roots Young Adult Shelter www.rootsinfo.org
1415 NE 43rd St Seattle
(206) 632-1635 Noel House www.noelhouse.org
118 Bell St Seattle
(206) 441-3210 Sacred Heart Shelter www.ccsww.org
232 Warren Ave N Seattle
(206) 285-7489 Jubilee Women's Center www.jwcenter.org
620 18th Ave E Seattle
(206) 324-1244 Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets - PSKS www.psks.org
1609 19th Ave #100
Disability Help Portal
1. State of Missouri Disability Portal, http://disability.mo.gov/housing.htm, listing our resource as â€œHome Remodeling for Disability and Special Needs: What You Need to Know"
2. New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center, http://faces.med.nyu.edu/patient-resources/living-epilepsy/home-remodeling-disability, listing our resource as â€œHome Remodeling for Disability and Special Needs: What You Need to Knowâ€
3. Miami Dade County Office of Management & Budget, http://www.miamidade.gov/grants/frequently-asked-questions.asp#Improvements,
Homeless in Seattle
By reaching out and saying hello we begin the process of turning a stranger into a friend and in turn find the beauty that is in all of us.
If you walk past someone that is in need, say hello, give a smile, perhaps stop and just for a moment find out something about them, you will be amazed how easy and rewarding it is. So many people struggling with life on the streets feel invisible. By simply giving acknowledgment you are making someone feel loved, a little more connected and a little more visible.
Homeless In Seattle is a community organized under the non-profit Facing Homelessness. If you wish to reach us for any reason, you can call us at 206-632-7299. Our physical address is 142 NW Canal Street, Seattle WA 98107.
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