Crisis Response Night Shelters and Family Centers

Mary’s Place Family Center in North Seattle

The Mary’s Place Family Center in North Seattle houses up to 100 family members each evening and provides housing, employment, and wellness resources each day. More than 40 local service providers have co-located with us in the Family Center to provide a convenient way for homeless families to get the help they need to move forward into stable housing. The building, a former bank building, is on loan from the City of Seattle.

Mary’s Place Family Center in White Center

The White Center shelter and Family Center provides a home for now for 70 family members each evening and also provides resources for families each day. The building, a former public health facility, is on loan from King County.

Mary’s Place in The Regrade

Mary’s Place is in the process of transitioning our families from the Guest Rooms to this new Amazon-owned building, a former Days Inn hotel in the Denny Regrade neighborhood of downtown Seattle. The new building provides beds and resources for 300 family members. The move to this new building will be complete by the end of July, 2017.

Mary’s Place Guest Rooms

The Mary’s Place Guest Rooms provides shelter for 200 family members, including extended families and families with pets, in downtown Seattle. The building was originally a Travelodge hotel and is on loan from Amazon.

Mary’s Place Shoreline

A former restaurant, this building provides night shelter for 40 mothers and children each night.

Julia’s Place

Julia’s Place is a permanent facility located at the Madrona Grace Church that provides night shelter for  five intact families (men, women, and children).

Emergency Family Shelter

The EFS is an emergency night shelter for up to 48 women and children from Mary’s Place who are waiting to be referred to a longer-term night shelter.

Rotating Night Shelter

The Rotating Night Shelter, coordinated by Mary’s Place and housing 14 (5-6 families) Mary’s Place women and children, moves to different faith communities, each congregation hosting one week or two weeks per quarter.