The Sophia Way | Care Now
Assisting women from homelessness to stable independent living.
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Immediate services

Day Center

Day Center - facilities

At the Day Center, we provide immediate and much-needed services, every day of the week. Women can do laundry and take a shower. They also have access to phones and computers.

Meals 3

Every day we provide a nourishing lunch prepared by generous volunteers. Many of the women have diabetes or other health challenges, and our emphasis on is giving them healthy meals.

Day Center - resources

The women also benefit from the different resource referrals and service providers including counseling, health checkups, legal assistance, resume help and job opportunities.

Where

Behind the St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Bellevue.

3032 Bellevue Way NE Bellevue, WA 98004
Tel: 425-896-7385
Bus Route 249

When

Every day, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Facilities: prepared meals, laundry, showers, computers and phones

How You Can Help

There are many ways you can help.

Day Center Services

Monday

Tracey:  9am to 12pm — Counseling/housing case management

Jessica: 12pm to 2pm — Assistance in applying for medical insurance, eyeglass vouchers, for food stamps, discounted Orca pass

Tuesday

Tonia: Valley City counseling services

Wednesday

Mary: 11am to 1pm — WorkSource for resume help and job opportunities

ELap: every first Wednesday of the month in the morning

Thursday

Nurse Kim:  9:30am to 12pm — HealthPoint

Friday

Tracey:  9am to 12pm — Counseling/housing case management

Seamar: every so often — assistance in applying for health insurance

Akia: all day — Case manager from The Sophia Way

Yvonne’s first day at Sophia Place Day Center

Yvonne came to our Day Center on her first day of experiencing homelessness. The staff helped her get in touch with an emergency shelter in Seattle and reserve a bed for the night. After eating lunch, Yvonne was given directions and bus tickets so she could get to the shelter. A little later, she called as she needed assistance navigating the Seattle bus tunnels, and the staff directed her to the correct bus that would take her to the shelter.