Kitsap County - Shelter Information
(360) 479-1980, (800) 500-5513 or dial911
Hours: 24 Hours (Location confidential)
Provides: 17 beds for battered women and their children (some age restrictions), medical referrals, legal advocacy,
support groups, volunteer resources and other social services.
North Kitsap/Bainbridge Island: 206-780-2931. (accepts collect calls)
Contact Person: Pat Millen, OSF or Carol Brown
Benedict House will provide year-round emergency and transitional housing with support services for up to 25 chronic
and low-income homeless men (one with children).
BROADVIEW EMERGENCY SHELTER-SEATTLE
(206) 299-2500 OR (877) 622-3122
Provides emergency shelter for women with children. Call for more information.
Women Transitional Housing Men's Transitional Housing
1205 Thomas St. Seattle 210 Alaskan Way South Seattle
(206) 357-3150 (206) 357-3250 Men Shelter
Call At: 9am for openings Call at: pm Tuesday or Friday for openings
Single 18yrs and older men or women shelter. Call for more information.
(360) 479-3033 or (800) 843-4793 (accepts collect calls)
They have referrals for shelters and community referrals. Primarily a listening ear for persons in distress.
HOMELESS CHILDCARE-KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES
1201 Park Ave., Bremerton
Contact Person: Stephanie Livengood
Assists in locating and paying for childcare for children birth to age 12 on a short-term basis. Assistance
must be for employment or employment activity, housing search, medical, substance abuse, court or counseling
appointments. Applicants must be homeless and not eligible for any other daycare subsidy programs such as DSHS
Working Connection Childcare.
KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES
1201 Park Ave.
(360) 377-0053 or (800) 338-3363
Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30
handicapped participants. Participant needs to call or come into the office for details. In addition, KCR
assists with rental payments when funds are available.
MARTIN LUTHER HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
(253) 627-7171 Tacoma
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30-5pm Friday 8:30-4:30pm
Provides a variety of services to needy and homeless participants including single men's shelter, family shelter,
women and infant shelter, advocacy, support services for the homeless.
Participants encouraged calling first if they live in another county due to the location.
MAX HALE CENTER
285 5111 St., Bremerton Suite 1
Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5pm
The Max Hale Center offers 33 units of single room occupancy (SRO) housing for homeless individuals.
Please call for more information if needed.
302 14111 Ave. S., Seattle
Mailing Address: PO Box 21181 Seattle, WA. 98111
Daytime number 9am-5pm: (206) 323-4359
Nighttime number 9:00PM -12:00 MIDNIGHT, daily call: (206) 329-2099
Provides downtown shelter referrals after-hours. Single adult men and women MUST WALK IN at 9:00PM for intake.
Single men must have a referral. Early arrivals will NOT be served. Tickets for shelter may be required at certain times
of the year. The ticket distributors are Downtown Emergency Service Center, Bread of Life or see your Social Worker or
SEATTLE DOWNTOWN EMERGENCY SERVICE CENTER
517 3rd Ave. & Yesler
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30-5:30pm
Provides shelter "tickets" when required for shelter access. Provides referrals also.
SERENITY HOUSE/FAMILY SHELTER SERVICES (PORT ANGELES)
Hour: Monday-Friday 9-5:30
Singles Shelter: (360) 452-7221 Family Shelter: (360) 504-1946
24 Hour emergency shelter for single women, single men over 50, individuals with a mental illness, disability, medical issues
and chemical dependency issues. Provides counseling, housing information and limited funds for prevention of homelessness,
childcare and rental assistance. In addition, they provide referrals to other social service agencies.
ST. MARTIN (SEATTLE)
1561 Alaska Way South
Provides emergency shelter for men 50 and older. To access, go to Lazarus Day Center: 416 2nd Ave ext. South, Seattle by 7PM.
The Center is open daily from 11AM-6: 30 PM.