Programs
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Programs

Our staff provides personalized care and support

Women needing shelter and services, please click here.

Day Center
At Sophia’s Place

3032 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
425. 896.7385

The Day Center provides everyday care from 8 am to 3 pm. Women can walk in and have a shower, do their laundry and have access to case managers. They are served breakfast and lunch. Every week, service providers, including medical, legal assistance, and job search, help women with what they need.

Sophia’s Place
Extended-Stay Shelter

3032 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
425. 896.7385

Sophia’s Place provides stability to 21 women for six months. Each woman has a cubicle, her personal space where she can safely leave her belongings and return to in the evening. A case manager supports her on her journey to a home of her own.

Helen’s Place
Shelter

8045 120th Avenue NE, Suite 200
Kirkland, WA 98033  |  425.572.2178

Helen’s Place is our 24/7 shelter that gives 40 women a place to rest and heal. They are served three nourishing meals and have a cubicle or a bed for comfort. They have access to case management, supportive services, and on-site mental health services.

Outreach

The program supports people experiencing homelessness where they are at and connecting them to resources and housing opportunities.

Contact Eric Ballentine

Case Management

Case managers focus on the individual needs of each woman. They support her to get the quality of life that is of her choosing. They help her with planning and budgeting, and find resources, as needed, for counseling, medical attention, legal assistance, and job search.

Housing

We help women find transitional, permanent, and supportive housing, depending on need and availability. We work closely with King County, King County Housing Authority, landlords and apartment managers to help women find a place to call home.