Everett Gospel Mission Men's Shelter - Everett, WA

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3711 Smith Ave
Everett, WA 98201
: Phone: (425) 740-2550
: https://egmission.org


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    2021-02-15 18:29:00
    I have been staying at the winter shelter for a month now. Have caused zero problems and was told the rules upon entering especially regarding being late being 24 hrs you have to leave. The other night 8 was 10 minutes late. Simply lost track of time visiting with Mercy Watch and talking. I was then informed that.i can't come back for a week. On the coldest days ofbthe yeat. That the rule was changed but not announced. For being 10 minutes late and never having bern in trouble there before whole watching the same few people parade in and out every 24hrs for doing much worse things than being 10 minutes late. Heck I got twice as long as a you who overdosed in the upstairs bathroom. Next they will probably throw all of .y stuff away. I can't get a hold of the people who run the shelter . I'm just angry and confused how they can do this. It's safe to say I never would have put myself in this position if I wpuld have known the risk. This all seems very wrong to me. Overall the place is great and I'm very thankful for it. I pray somebody makes this right. I didn't think I'd make it through last night. Sincerely, John Ts
    2021-02-09 11:35:42
    The winter shelter, on rockefeller at 2564. Is a tremendous effort by all in Snohomish County. A cohesion of the Amercias mainstream core values. The idea I would hope for is a finish product program meaning A-Z. Z being the focual point of ownership. Of one's actions one's life and of one personal value by worth with accomplishment or co-op investment or on the note to own. Remember transition is a state of travel within apartment's, steadly working every day step by step towards are American dream choice and liberty with the pursuite "OF"...........

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The only shelter for men experiencing homelessness in Snohomish County, we welcome in an average of 145 men each night. Each person in our residential program receives personalized care and is given access to nutritious meals, beds, clean clothing, spiritual support, addiction recovery, life-skills training, employment help and more.

Community Meals

Serving men, women & children
Lunch 11:30
Dinner 4:30

Men’s Shelter and Day Center
3711 Smith Ave Everett, WA 98201

Men’s Showers
(Toiletries available)
2:30pm-4:00pm daily

Food boxes
Tues and Thurs 1:30pm-3:00pm

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021I love the fact that on the same day multiple beds were added due to extreme cold I was kicked out for a week for being 5 minutes late when I was told and had been witness to multiple people being given only 24hr ban. The rule change was unannounced and arbitrary and not uniformly enforced abd seems to vary from staff person to staff person. On top of that all of my belongings were later thrown ou

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Friday, November 20, 2020 i doesn't even accept people any more, check it out yourself

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