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Dear Friends, It gives me great pleasure to share with you a touching note from a guest at our shelter. "I am eternally grateful for these optimal health precautions and a chance at rest and relaxation. It has been extremely positive and stabilizing, giving me deep healing...

Dear Friends, We have much to be grateful for. The sun is shining in our community and social distancing seems to be working. We celebrate that news, and we celebrate YOU! In the last 45 days, when our world turned upside down and we faced a reality...

Dear Friends, As the world and our community come together, we hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe. This past month has been daunting and extraordinary for all of us. Our communities are being pushed and tested in ways far beyond what we...

Megan Duncan joined The Sophia Way on March 19 as our Volunteer and Engagement Coordinator. Hers was a trial by fire and she has stepped up to the challenges. She writes about her introduction to the organization at a very difficult time. Starting a new job...

This article was published was published in ProPublica on March 25, 2020. Pro-Publica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Governments Are Telling Americans to Stay at Home. But Thousands of People Don’t Have One. Homelessness was at crisis levels in the United States. COVID-19 has...

The Sophia Way is closely monitoring the increasing health crisis in our community. Please check this page as we keep you updated about our news and our critical needs. We are working together as a community to support the women we serve, and now, more...

We are pleased to announce that Alisa Chatinsky has accepted the role of Executive Director. As you are aware, late last year, The Sophia Way embarked on a search for a new executive director but we were unable to find a candidate that would be...

An estimated 2,147 individuals were living in vehicles according to the 2019 King County Point-In-Time count. That is nearly one in five (19%) of the unsheltered population. The Sophia Way’s Outreach Program supports people where they are (including vehicles). Sujata Agrawal writes about the challenges...

The Sophia Way 101 is your opportunity to learn about our mission to end homelessness for women and how you can get involved as an episodic or regular volunteer, meal donor, and supporter. Currently we are holding this as a virtual event. Every third Tuesday, 4 -...