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Belinda came to Sophia's Place Extended-Stay Shelter in May 2020. At that time, the shelter was operating at the Red Lion Hotel. Belinda had one goal – to move into housing within six months (the period of time she could stay at the shelter). But, first,...

Since January 2107: 39 women moved into their own homes - 9 women got placed in June alone. 52 women have stayed at Sophia’s Place shelter. 278 women were served at our Day Center. 192 women found shelter at our Emergency Winter Shelter in 2016-17. Over 13,000 meals served at...

We've had a fantastic 2016 here at The Sophia Way! Here's a look back at the year so far in numbers: Day Center:         304  Women and Children served                                  4,546...

Thank you, Cheryl Jurrus, St. Andrews Lutheran Church and Assistance League of the Eastside for organizing our Spring Community Brunch. Thank you, Congregations for the Homeless for your generous donation! The mat is super useful for our Day Center Clients. Thank you, FareStart for coming to our...

Every day 30 women and children walk into our Day Center ( 8 a.m to 3 p.m on weekdays ) to access showers, laundry, resources, computers, phones, meals. Every night 22 adult women walk into our Emergency Winter Shelter to spend the night in a safe,...

Hiba came to our Day Center two weeks back. She is originally from Sudan. Her bag was stolen and she did not have any money to get around in our city.All she wanted was to get back to her sister (who lived in Kansas City)...

We had a record-breaking number of women who moved into stable and permanent housing in the month of December. Seven is the MAGIC number: Two of them moved back with their families Three of them into permanent housing One into Holy House One into a transitional home These women lived...