Mail Donations To: Catholic Community Services Attn: Fund Development 100 23rd Ave. S Seattle, WA 98144-5979
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.
Since its inception in 1990, Noel House Programs has offered nightly shelter to single women experiencing homelessness. Over the years, Noel House Programs has grown to include a variety of services, including referrals to 15 emergency shelters, nightly meal service, and case management at the main Noel House shelter. In total, Noel House Programs assists 72 women with nightly shelter, 20 women with permanent housing and 180 women with nightly emergency shelter referrals.
The Eastside Winter Shelter for Families will be opening on October 15, 2016.
It will be located at Redmond United Methodist Church (16540 NE 80th St, Redmond, WA 98052).
Doors open at 8:30 p.m.
Dinner, sleeping mats, light breakfast.
This shelter serves 50 guests; all families with minor children are welcome, including male heads of household.
Please contact Cynthia for more information: 206-437-7448
If you are in need of shelter BEFORE October 15, please call the Community Info Line (211) for emergency shelters in the area.
Noel House Main Shelter and Permanent Congregate Housing
In September 2010, Noel House Programs transformed its 40 bed emergency overnight shelter into two unique residential programs: 20 units of permanent congregate housing for chronically homeless women, and 20 units of time-limited shelter (women can stay for up to one year) with 24-hour access.
These changes to our main shelter have had a profound impact on the women we serve. By offering a safe place to be around the clock, the women are better able to address health issues, focus on goals and build relationships and support systems within the community. This model of service delivery allows women to move out of survival mode and allows them to truly thrive.
Noel House Volunteer-Run Shelters Volunteers coordinate shelter for 22 homeless women year-round. Our partners in community are:
St. John's Catholic Church
Temple de Hirsch Sinai
Holy Rosary Catholic Church
Bethany Community Church
St. Mark’s Emergency Shelter 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.
Women's Referral Center
The Women’s Referral Center is a safe, welcoming place where women can request shelter referrals and transportation to nightly shelters. In partnership with multiple service providers, the Women’s Referral Center refers 180 women nightly to 15 area shelters. Evening meals and hygiene services are also available. The Women's Referral Center operates from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. every night of the year. It is located at 2030 Third Avenue in Seattle.
Thank you for visiting. Please join us in creating a compassionate community that advocates for and provides essential services to women experiencing homelessness.
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.
In order to continuously provide vital emergency services at all our shelter sites, the following is a list of supplies that we always need:
Twin-sized blankets (no comforters or down) & sheets
Gift cards for grocery and drug stores
Cups and mugs
Feminine hygiene products
Toothbrushes and toothpaste
Thank you for supporting Noel House Programs.
Please join us in providing essential services to women experiencing homelessness.