Seattle City Hall Shelter - Seattle, WA

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600 4th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
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REVIEWS: 3

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    2020-07-03 16:09:14
    Absolutely the best run shelter I've ever had to stay in. You can skip "Prince Charming" he's not there, but "the good guys" are, and that's worth all the fakes and snake charmer's there are. I met some of the greatest women in Seattle there, and that includes one or two on staff too. No joke. Don, and Brad, and the rest...they're just doing their jobs, but they're real and humane and that's a whole lot more than I ever met anywhere else. They tolerated my faith, because it's not like I could leave it somewhere else.
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    2020-03-23 20:29:22
    Staff is very respectful and it's a clean place to get rest every night
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    2019-08-20 21:39:31
    This is a relatively low key and very clean shelter. Everyone that has been staying here has been really respectful and the staff is very polite.

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Description: Enter through the clear doors near Cherry St. 
In person intake only. Line up no earlier than 7pm. Intake: 7pm-7am or until full.

Provides shelter for 75 men and women, staffed by Salvation Army - William Booth Center. Men and women are sheltered in separate areas of the building, with mats and blankets.

Client sleeps on mats with blankets.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Seattle City Hall Shelter at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.


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