United States Mission - Seattle, WA

Contact information


Seattle, WA 98133
: 2067819331
: http://usmission.org/

United States Mission - Seattle, WA



Our purpose is to provide our residents with a long term clean and sober home with quality meals and a self-help work program that provides each person with the opportunity of turning their lives around.

We have discovered, in working with the homeless since 1962, that the problem is far from confined to the mentally ill and addicted, but extends across all boundaries of age, background or race.

While we are a religious corporation, we are strictly dedicated to service.

Belief in any faith or method of worship is never a requirement for the men and women entering our program. What is required is a sincere desire to get off the streets for good and return to society in a productive and positive way.

The Congregation of the United States Mission is supported entirely by the generosity of individuals and corporations in the community we serve through Door-to-Door fund raising by our resident/members. We do not ask for or receive any money from federal, state or city agencies.

Aside from the obvious benefit of keeping our doors open and our program viable, working for a minimum of four hours per day instills in our residents, good work habits, enhanced communication skills and the pride which comes from helping the program which is helping them until they can achieve full time employment and self-sufficiency.

 While the United States Mission is a religious corporation we are strictly dedicated to service.  The Mission respects the beliefs of all its residents/members and would not presume to instruct anyone in matters of faith or ritual.

Volunteers Requests by United States Mission: Currently we have no volunteer opportunities as we are a transitional housing and work program.


Donation Requests by United States Mission: Currently at our Seattle location we are a men\'s program so for a clothing donation please make sure articles are for men. Food donations; canned, dry, meats and bread are always gladly accepted and appreciated. Monetary donations can be made as well and are 100% tax deductible as we are a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization that had never asked for or received any form of local, state or federal funding at the taxpayers expense.


Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2016-01-13


The below image is a Google Image based on a geocode of the 'area' and is NOT necessarily a picture of the location. Click and move the image to see more of the surrounding area.

Important:
Many of these shelters now have waiting lists. Please call before going to them. Many waiting lists are very long. Shelters and service also go out of business. Always call ahead to confirm that this location is still active. If you find that this location is no longer operating, please send us a comment using the form below.

Photo Gallery

If you have pictures of the shelter, I will upload them on this page. Please email me with the name of your shelter and the pictures to: HomelessSupport@gmail.com

Do you have items to donate? Contact Warming Center at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

Help Us Help You

More help resources. Choose from below.

Help For Children and Single Mothers








COMMENTS: Be The First To Make A Comment

*If you need help, call United States Mission directly.

Leave a comment below if you have a comment about your experience with United States Mission.

Seattle Resources

FoodWashington Food Banks & Soup Kitchens

Find Food Banks & Soup Kitchens

HealthFree Dental Care Clinics

Find Free Dental Clinics

HealthFree Treatment Centers

Find Free & Low Cost Drug Rehab and Alcohol Detox Treatment Centers

Homeless News

Post

Homeless Population Statistics In Florida

According to WPEC channel 12 West Palm Beach, the current Florida homeless population is 43,000.

They also reported the Palm Beach County and Treasure Coast homeless population is... [read more]
Post

Louis Armstrong Park Homeless

Guest article from Peter J. Hatas in response to the New Homeless Article

In 2004 I traveled to... [read more]
Post

Tragedy Can Result When People Climb Into Waste Dumpsters

I was recently contacted by the company Waste Management with an important issue that I want to address.

Waste Management makes SAFETY a priority when handling community waste.... [read more]

Facebook