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Programs

Women needing shelter and services, please click here.

Helen’s Place
Emergency Shelter

Low-barrier, 24/7 public emergency shelter
8045 120th Avenue NE, Suite 200,
Kirkland, WA 98033  |  425.572.2178

Women have access to amenities, are served meals, and have a cubicle or a bed for comfort. They can connect with service providers. In addition, case managers help women with referrals to resources, programs, and services specific to their particular situation and goals.

Sophia’s Place
Extended-Stay Shelter

21-bed, 6-month program (24/7)
3032 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
425. 896.7385

Women are given individual cubicles and live in a communal setting. Case managers support them on their journey to find a home of her own. All participants must complete an intake and pre-screening application process.

Sophia’s Day Center

Low-barrier, public drop-in day center
Open every day from 8 am to 3 pm
3032 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
425. 896.7385

Women receive access to amenities and are served breakfast and lunch. They can connect with various service providers weekly. In addition, case managers help women with referrals to resources, programs, and services specific to their particular situation and goals.

Vehicle Outreach

Outreach and housing navigation services

The program provides outreach and housing navigation services to people living unsheltered in vehicles in East King County, excluding the City of Seattle, by providing referrals and linkage to services, case management, and housing placement.

Contact Atiyah Conway

Sophia’s Home
Transitional Housing

Provides temporary housing —usually up to 24 months—for women experiencing homelessness. Housing is combined with wrap-around services to assist women in developing stability in their lives.

Sophia’s Home
Permanent Supportive Housing

Project-Based Section 8: a component of King County Housing Authority’s Housing Choice Voucher program that assists low-income families, and individuals find and secure affordable housing. The Sophia Way currently serves 20 clients living across East King County through this partnership.

Rental Assistance Program: offers tenant-based rental assistance to approximately 12 highly vulnerable and/or disabled women who have a stable source of income. The goal for program participants is to maintain and sustain housing stability.