Emergency Assistance

Adult & Teen Challenge

Program information: Adult & Teen Challenge PNW

Seattle Men’s Center Renton, WA

Adult & Teen Challenge provides Christian faith-based, residential care to young people and adults who struggle with life-controlling problems.


The programs are typically 12-18 months and consist of Individual and group biblical studies, work projects, education (for adolescents), recreation and more.


Many aspects of the program differ slightly between centers, such as cost, application processes, and day-to-day activities. We recommend reaching out directly to the center you are interested in to find out more about admissions and other program specifics.

Contact information:

Phone: 425-226-2608

Address: 18611 148th Ave SE
Renton, WA 98058

Website: https://teenchallengepnw.com/locations/seattle-metro-campus/

Adult & Teen Challenge

Program information: Adult & Teen Challenge PNW

Seattle Women’s Center Graham, WA

Graham Women’s Campus is located in Graham, Washington, a quiet suburb of Tacoma, WA. A 44 mile drive south of downtown Seattle.


Graham Women’s Campus is a residential, long term recovery and discipleship program for people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction, and has capacity for 28 students. Students at this campus take part in vocational training and participate in a Christ-centered curriculum.

Contact information:

Phone: 253-846-0888

Address: 21115 92nd Ave E, Graham,
Renton, WA 98338

Website: https://teenchallengepnw.com/locations/graham-campus/


Victory Recovery Homes for Men

No costs or fees. The Victory Outreach Recovery Homes Ministry provides a residential, Christian environment for men. The purpose of the Homes is to reclaim, redeem, and restore lives that have been destroyed or disrupted by drugs, alcohol and/or other substance abuse by establishing three essential values; a commitment to Christ, restoration of the family and a positive work ethic. A drug user is often a product of his environment.

That’s why their Recovery Homes first get them off the mean streets and into a caring Home. Once there, the addict or alcoholic begins an intensive faith-based, one-year program that restores the whole person. The leaders who run the Homes know it’s not an easy road, because many of them are ex-addicts themselves.

Yet through their tough-love, compassion and support, they’ve seen tremendous results. There is no charge for this one-year program, but each person earns their recovery and stay. May God Bless you in the days ahead.

Contact information:

Phone: 206-781-1655

Address: 10821 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA 98168

Website: https://www.voseattle.com/

First Presbyterian Church

Network of Over 200 Partners

The WHEEL First Presbyterian Women’s Shelter is a loving, low-barrier
nighttime shelter for around 60 women to stay every night.
All women who can respect our rules of non-violence and
cooperation are welcome to stay!


Contact Information: 

Phone Number: 206-956-0334

Address: 715 Spring Street
Seattle, WA 98104
United States

Trinity Episcopal Parish

Womens Shelter Seattle

Description: Provides 24-hour shelter beds for women at two locations within 5 blocks of each other.
Services include:
Trinity location:
– Cots/mats- 3 meals a day
– Serves up to 24 women at a time


Eligibility:Homeless women ages 18 and older.
Sobriety is not required.
Service animals allowed, no pets.
Accepts those with a criminal record as well as those with a sex offense on their record.
Restrooms require 8 steps up and 8 steps down at Trinity.
Cost: None.


Contact Information 

Phone: 206-956-0334

Address: Trinity Episcopal Parish 711 Cherry Street

Trinity Episcopal Parish Seattle WA 98104

Emerald City Resource Online Guide

Network of Over 200 Partners

The Emerald City Resource Guide puts the power of change in people’s hands. This portable, pocket-sized guidebook connects people to services like meals, shelters, treatment centers, and more.


The guide is distributed through a network of over 200 partners including a peer network of vendors, service providers, metro bus drivers, emergency first responders, and more. As more agencies move their information online, this printed guide is available for people who do not have reliable access to technology to connect to supportive service.