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 NOEL HOUSE PROGRAMS

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(206) 441-3210
24 hours

Women's Referral Center
(shelter placement)
Daily 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

2030 3rd Ave. 
Seattle, WA 98101

For existing clients,
call (206) 770-0156
after 6:00 p.m.


Volunteer

(206) 456-3103
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General Inquiries

(206) 323-6336
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Mail Donations To:
Catholic Community Services
Attn: Fund Development 
100 23rd Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98144-5979 

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Mission

Noel House Programs provides safe, comfortable shelter to a diverse community of homeless women, particularly those most vulnerable. We strive to create an environment of dignity, respect and compassion. We recognize the intrinsic value of each person and honor her unique experience.


 

Program Overview

Noel House Enhanced Shelter provides 24-hour access to a semi-private shelter cubicle for up to one year. By having access to a safe place to be around-the-clock, homeless women are better able to address health issues, focus on goals, and build relationships and support systems within the community. 

Noel House Permanent Supportive Housing provides housing to 20 chronically homeless women in a community-based, services-rich setting. Breakfast and dinner are provided daily. Intensive onsite case management includes developing individualized goals with a focus on building connection to services. 

Women’s Referral Center welcomes women experiencing homelessness every night of the year on a walk-in basis. The Women’s Referral Center refers 180 women nightly to 15 shelters in partnership with multiple service agencies. Evening meals and hygiene services are also available. The Women's Referral Center operates nightly from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. It is located at 2030 Third Avenue in Seattle.

Community-Based Shelters are located at several host sites throughout Seattle. Each night, 30 women find safety and community at St. Mark’s Emergency Shelter. While this is a staffed shelter, a ministry of dedicated volunteers from St. Mark's Cathedral creates a warm, welcoming environment at bedtime and breakfast. In addition, our community partners coordinate shelter for 22 homeless women at volunteer-run programs at:

  • St. John's Catholic Church
  • Temple de Hirsch Sinai
  • Holy Rosary Catholic Church
  • Bethany Community Church
  • Union Community Church

Women’s Wellness Center is a health and hygiene facility for homeless women located at 1900 2nd Avenue in Seattle. In a safe and peaceful environment, women can take care of their hygiene needs while being treated with dignity and respect. Showers, laundry facilities, toiletries and refreshments are provided Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 7 a.m.  to 2 p.m. These services are offered year-round with closures only for a few holidays.

Eastside Winter Shelter for Families is a 50-guest shelter serving families experiencing the crisis of homelessness. EWSF welcomes families with minor children, including families with male heads of household or other guardians. Operating from October to May each year, the Eastside Winter Shelter for Families is hosted and supported by our community partners: 

  • Redmond United Methodist Church
  • St. Peter's United Methodist Church
  • Overlake Park Presbyterian Church

Thank you for visiting. Please join us in creating a compassionate community that advocates for and provides essential services to women and families experiencing homelessness.

image004.jpg Noel House program participates in the WSDA TEFAP food program administered by Food Lifeline, and as such adheres to the USDA Nondiscrimination policy.  Click here for more information on that policy.  

 

Donations Needed

In order to continuously provide vital emergency services at all our shelter sites, the following is a list of supplies that we always need:

Shelter Supplies:

  • Dish soap
  • Toilet paper
  • Laundry soap
  • Band-aids
  • Twin-sized blankets (no comforters
    or 
    down) & sheets
  • Gift cards for grocery and
    drug stores
  • Hand soap
  • Bath towels
  

Kitchen Supplies:

  • Coffee/creamer                   
  • Butter/margarine
  • Jam/jelly
  • Napkins
  • Paper towles
  • Silverware
  • Bowls
  • Cups and mugs

Personal Items:

  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Deodorant
  • Lotion
  • Socks (new)
  • Underwear (new)
  • Toothbrushes and toothpaste

Thank you for supporting
Noel House Programs.

Please join us in providing
essential services to women
experiencing homelessness.

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Noel House Enhanced Shelter provides 24-hour access to a semi-private shelter cubicle for up to one
year. By having access to a safe place to be around-the- clock, homeless women are better able to
address health issues, focus on goals, and build relationships and support systems within the
community.
Noel House Permanent Supportive Housing provides housing to 20 chronically homeless women in a
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community-based, services-rich setting. Breakfast and dinner are provided daily. Intensive onsite case
management includes developing individualized goals with a focus on building connection to services.
Women’s Referral Center welcomes women experiencing homeless every night of the year on a walk-in
basis. The Women’s Referral Center refers 180 women nightly to 15 shelters in partnership with
multiple service agencies. Evening meals and hygiene services are also available. The Women's Referral
Center operates nightly from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. It is located at 2030 Third Avenue in Seattle.
Community-Based Shelters are located at several host sites throughout Seattle. Each night, 30 women
find safety and community at St. Mark’s Emergency Shelter. While this is a staffed shelter, a ministry of
dedicated volunteers from St. Mark's Cathedral creates a warm, welcoming environment at bedtime
and breakfast. In addition, our community partners coordinate shelter for 22 homeless women at
volunteer-run programs at:
 St. John's Catholic Church
 Temple de Hirsch Sinai
 Holy Rosary Catholic Church
 Bethany Community Church
 Union Community Church
Women’s Wellness Center is a health and hygiene facility for homeless women located at 1900 2 nd
Avenue in Seattle. In a safe and peaceful environment, women can take care of their hygiene needs
while being treated with dignity and respect. Showers, laundry facilities, toiletries and refreshments are
provided Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. These services are
offered year-round with closures only for a few holidays.
Eastside Winter Shelter for Families is a 50-guest shelter serving families experiencing the crisis of
homelessness. EWSF welcomes families with minor children, including families with male heads of
household or other guardians. Operating from October to May each year, the Eastside Winter Shelter
for Families is hosted and supported by our community partners:
 Redmond United Methodist Church
 St. Peter’s United Methodist Church
 Overlake Park Presbyterian Church
Thank you for visiting. Please join us in creating a compassionate community that advocates for and
provides essential services to women and families experiencing homelessness.
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