King County Men’s Winter Shelter – 420 4th Avenue (Pets Welcomed) - Seattle, WA

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Seattle, WA 98104
: 206-263-9010
: http://www.kingcounty.gov

King County Men’s Winter Shelter – 420 4th Avenue (Pets Welcomed) - Seattle, WA



Open Every Night In The Winter
    Location:        420 4th Avenue, Seattle (Between Jefferson and James)
    Operator:       The Salvation Army
    Capacity:        50 Men
    Hours:            7:00 PM to 6:00 AM
    Access:           Line up for the shelter in front of the loading dock garage door at the corner of 4th and Jefferson.

Emergency Shelter
Emergency shelter is temporary housing for homeless individuals living outside or in places not meant for human habitation. In general, emergency shelters address the basic health, food, clothing and personal hygiene needs of the households and refer them to supportive services and permanent housing. Emergency shelters are indoors and may range from mats on the floor in a common space to beds in individual units.

Transitional Housing
Transitional housing is short-term or temporary housing for families needing intensive or deeper levels of support services to attain permanent housing. Length of stay in transitional housing is flexible and tailored to the unique needs of each household. Transitional housing comes in a variety of facility-types, ranging from congregate- style living to scattered site apartments.

Rapid Rehousing
Rapid rehousing is designed to help households to quickly exit homelessness and return to permanent housing. Core components of rapid rehousing include housing identification, rent and move-in assistance, and case management services. Rapid rehousing assistance is offered without preconditions and services are tailored to the unique needs of the household.

Do you have items to donate? Contact King County Men’s Winter Shelter – 420 4th Avenue (Pets Welcomed) at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2016-12-05


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Important:
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Do you have items to donate? Contact King County Men’s Winter Shelter – 420 4th Avenue (Pets Welcomed) at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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