Hope Resources

Our hope is that the resources listed on this page might be a useful and tangible blessing to you or someone you care about.

If you are struggling financially, SPIRIT 105.3 also wants to encourage you to contact a local church. You can check out our link to find a church near you:   http://localpages.spirit1053.com

Employment:  www.crista.org


CRISIS CLINIC - 24-Hour Crisis Line- www.crisisclinic.org
Available 365 days a year. (King County)
206-461-3219 TDD
1-866-4CRISIS (1 866-427-4747) 

425 258-4357 (Snohomish County)

National Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)

Community Information Line
Mon - Fri, 8am to 6pm
206-461-3610 TDD
1-800- 621-4636

Or from a cell phone dial 211

Resources for Olympia/Thurston County/Pierce County - Dial 211 or 1 800 572-4357

United Way of Pierce County - www.uwpc.org

United Way of King County - www.uwkc.org

United Way of Snohomish County - www.uwsc.org

Angel Food Ministries – food at a discount - Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to providing food relief and financial support to communities throughout the United States. www.angelfoodministries.com

Hope Link – provides social services in north and east King County, Washington. Hopelink serves homeless and low income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities. Offers these services; adult education, housing, food, financial help, transportation and DART, employee program, energy assistance, family development. Provides school supplies for low income families Provides energy assistance for lights and heat. Provides rental assistance, temporary shelter and transitional housing. 206 869-6000 | www.hope-link.org

Need Him - to begin a relationship with the Lord. 1 888-NEED-HIM | www.needhim.org

Every Man's Battle - Get help fighting temptation. 1 800-NEW-HOPE | http://newlife.com/emb/

Teen Hope Line Inc. - www.teenhopeline.com

Set Free Christian Fellowship - Set Free Christian Fellowship is an In House Discipleship Program for men. Our facility is a Spiritual Hospital where Jesus is our medication. Helpline 24/7 (360) 310-0577 http://www.setfreeelma.org

Free Charity Cars – charity that donates vehicles to people in need www.freecharitycars.org

Celebrate Recovery - network of like-minded, Bible based Christ-centered recovery ministries. www.celebraterecovery.com

Saddlleback Resources - The purpose of Saddleback Valley Community Church´s Celebrate Recovery ministry is to fellowship and celebrate God´s healing power in our lives through the "8 Recovery Principles." This experience allows us to "be changed." We open the door by sharing our experiences, strengths and hopes with one another. In addition, we become willing to accept God´s grace in solving our lives´ problems. By working and applying these Biblical principles, we begin to grow spiritually. We become free from our addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy and most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others. As we progress through the program we discover our personal, loving and forgiving Higher Power - Jesus Christ, the one and only true Higher Power. www.saddlebackresources.com

Alcoholics Anonymous - www.aa.org and www.seattleaa.org

Antioch Recovery and Treatment Ministry c/o Antioch Bible Church, 425-556-5905 or toll free (877-255-6948),  contact Robert Rigg - www.abchurch.org - Antioch Treatment and Recovery Ministry - is dedicated to helping restore individuals and families who are affected by chemical abuse and dependency by renewing their minds, hearts, and souls through the redeeming power of God. We are committed to helping people achieve and maintain a lifetime of recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs.

Help for my Life (by RBC Ministries) - Get help with: faith in crisis, abuse, addictions, emotions, mental health, marriage and family, relationships and sexuality. www.helpformylife.com

New Hope Health Center – free medical clinic for zip codes 98168 and 98188 SeaTac and Tukwila) and free referrals for other locations, www.newhopehc.org, Pastor David Sobocinski, 206 453-1868  Cornerstone Family Health Clinic - Cornerstone Family Health Clinic is a fully integrative medical clinic specializing in comprehensive and natural health care.  www.cornerstonehealthclinic.com – 425 821-1800  www.offeringhopeforthejourney.com – Offering Hope for the Journey - Christian counseling for women, Beth Zier, MA.  Beth provides a non-judgmental, safe and confidential setting in which to explore such questions and related concerns.  

The Metropolitan Development Council (MDC)www.mdc-tacoma.org - is a non-profit Community Action Partnership that is dedicated to bringing hope to individuals and families. MDC has created programs that promote self-sufficiency and helps remove individuals and families from poverty. MDC offers services in over 40 programs in 4 main areas: healthcare, housing, education, and employment. Phone contact: 253 383-3921. 

Focus on the Family – 1 800 AFAMILY (1 800 232-6459) – www.focusonthefamily.com 

Local Christian Counseling Agencies

Capstone Counseling - 425 640-9777 or 1 800 433-8373- www.capstonecounseling.com  

Northwest Family Life - 206 363-9601- www.northwestfamilylife.org  

The Center -A Place of Hope - 1 888 771-5166 or 425 771-5166- www.aplaceofhope.com

B Counseling Services - 360-981-1802 – bcounselingservices.com 

Cedar Park Counseling Network - 425.939.1490 – www.cedarparkcounseling.org 

Summit Counseling – 425 – 423-8100 – email counsel.al@gmail.com – “New Heights for Healthy Living” – Ashley Laures, MA, LMHCA, Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate – 518 Pecks Drive, P O Box 1788, Everett, WA  98206.  Some topics she specializes in are: Marriage and premarital counseling, relationship counseling, family counseling and communication issues, treatment for eating disorders and body image, dealing with singleness and loneliness, dealing with life issues of teens, grief and loss recovery, help with conflict resolution, treatment for depression and despair, help for problems with anger, treatment for stress, anxiety and worry, dealing with women’s issues and she also does classes, seminars and workshops on select issues.  www.summitcounseling.net



Broadview Emergency Shelter     299-2500

Denny Place (Males 16-20 only)     328-5693

Friends of Youth     236-5437

King County Website Listings

Orion Center  (Referrals only)     622-5555

Street Youth Ministries     524-7301  ext 535

Teen Hope     546-1010

The Shelter  (Seattle Youth and Community Services) Shelters and support for runaway or
homeless youth, with emphasis on first time runaways or other not already a part of the street culture. Youth at The Shelter may stay 1-2 weeks and receive counseling, advocacy, food, clothing, and other needs; parents  notified within 24 hours. Other services; 5 community volunteered shelter homes for youth at lower risk; 2 foster homes (90 day stay with DSHS placement); phone crisis intervention 24 hours daily. Call first for all services.
6201 46th Ave S     725-8888

University District Youth Shelters     525-1213  ext 4204

Youthcare Shelter     694-4506


Broadview Emergency Shelter     299-2500

Compass Center     490-4000

Domestic Abuse Women’s Network (DAWN) Provides a domestic violence crisis line, intervention, confidential shelter (for women with or without children), information, women's groups, and advocacy for women victims of domestic violence.
(425) 656-7867 Crisis Line     (206) 622-1881 Shelter Intake

DESC  464-1570  ext 3033

Noel House  Women 18 and over.  2301 Second Ave (2nd & Bell St)     441-3210

Peniel Mission Free shelter for single homeless men and women in downtown Seattle.  Free dinners 6 days a week, open to the public. Chapel attendance required for both and shelter.
2421 1st Ave     441-7700

Sacred Heart Shelter     285-7489

Salvation Army     447-9944

SHARE/WHEEL  (Shelter referrals done through the Women's Referral Center)     448-7889

Union Gospel Mission     628-2008  www.ugm.org

Women's Referral Center  (Walk-in for  shelter referral between 6pm and 9:30pm. Before 6pm, call Noel House at 441-3210) 2325 - 4th Ave  (4th and Battery) 770-0156

YWCA Downtown Seattle 461-4882


Bread of Life  682-3579

City Team Ministries
(Must arrive there by 6pm)     352-1300

Compass Center  461-3894

DESC    464-1570  ext 3033

Peniel Mission  Free shelter for single homeless men and women in downtown
Seattle.  Free dinners 6 days a week, open to the public. Chapel attendance required
for both and shelter. 2421 1st Ave     441-7700

Salvation Army/Gethsemane Lutheran (Call William Booth Center for more info)     621-0145

SHARE/WHEEL  (Screening at Josephinum  (1902 - 2nd Ave),   Mon & Thu at 1pm,
Tue, Wed, Fri & Sat at 6pm)     448-7889

St Martin de Porres   (Ages 50+)     323-6341

Union Gospel Mission     622-5177 www.ugm.org

William Booth Center     621-0145


Abused Deaf Womens Advocacy Services
Serves victims and children of sexual assault/domestic violence who are Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and hard-of-hearing. Stay limit of 1 week.
8623 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle WA 98115
Local: (206) 257-7035
National: (206) 518-9361
Office: (206) 922-7088 VP
Fax: (206) 726-0017

Bellevue Police Department  Has a LIMITED number of motel vouchers for Bellevue area
residents ONLY who are homeless or victims of domestic violence. Vouchers are for one
night only, one time only, on a case by case basis. Food vouchers may also be available.
7am - 11pm Mon - Fri, 7am - 6pm Sat. 11511 Main Street, Bellevue
(425) 452-7853
(877) 881-2731 Toll Free

Broadview Emergency Shelter (No adult men)

Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP)
Provides help with move-in costs to fair market housing, extended emergency shelter, and limited motel vouchers. Shelter consists of two 2-bedroom townhouses available for families of 4 or more. Families may stay for up to 90 days. Clients may be assisted once a year. Offers limited  emergency cold-weather motel vouchers during winter months (Nov - Mar). 722 - 18th Ave

Domestic Abuse Womens Network (DAWN)
Provides a domestic violence crisis line, intervention, confidential shelter (for women with or without children), information, women's groups, and advocacy for women victims of domestic violence.
(425) 656-7867 Crisis Line
(206) 622-1881 Shelter Intake

Eastside Domestic Violence Program
Provides confidential emergency shelter in various apartments and hotels for victims of
domestic violence and their children.
(425) 746-1940 Crisis Line/Shelter (24 hr)

Family Services  Offers services for homeless families and adults in King County. Services
focus on helping participants improve their access to housing through crisis intervention, advocacy, shelter and housing referrals, case management, and financial assistance. Winter
Response service operates October through March when temperature drops below 30
degrees. 1100 Virginia St  #210

Hopelink   (formerly NE King County Multi-Service Center)
Motel voucher programs
Bellevue..................(425) 943-7555
Kirkland..................(425) 889-7880
Northshore..............(425) 485-6521
Redmond................(425) 882-0241
Shoreline................(425) 485-6521
Sno-Valley..............(425) 333-4163
Kenmore (Bothell)............292-8037

Providence Hospitality House (Children 10 and under.  No adult men.)

Randolph Carter Family & Learning Center  Offers rent assistance, energy/utility assistance, motel vouchers, bus tickets, and
funding for move-in costs for families with children under 18 years of age. 
100 23rd Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98144-5979
(206) 323-6336

Sacred Heart Shelter  Shelter for one or two parent families and for single women, for up to 3 months; $3 adult, $1 child daily if able to pay. No single men, childless couples, or boys over 14. Shared bath, cooking facilities, pay laundry. Dinner, free health care, child care, job services while in shelter. Clients must leave shelter 10am-4pm daily, except Sundays. Call for intake 2-6pm only. 232 Warren Ave N
(206) 285-7489

Seattle Emergency Housing (Families of 4 or more only)

Seattle Indian Center  (Motel vouchers for families of 4 or more only)

Shelter for Women and Families  Serves  single women, women with children, couples, and families.  $5 per room.  $2.50 for dorm bed, if able to pay.  Marriage certificate required to families and couples.  No school or drug use, or abusive clients.  Meals, employment counseling, assistance with social services while in shelter.  Chapel attendance not required. 520 S King St
622-5177 ext. 41

South King County Multi-Service Center
(253) 854-3437

Union Gospel Mission   (Women and family shelter.  No adult men.)
628-2008 , www.ugm.org

YWCA   Downtown Seattle  (No adult men)

YWCA   East Cherry St (Families of 4 or more)

YWCA    South King County
(425) 255-1201


Angeline's Day Refuge  (Women only)


First Avenue Service Center

Lazarus Center  (Ages 50+)

Mary's Place  (Women only)

Orion Center  (Youth 19 and under only)

Our Lady of Mt Carmel


HUD Housing List

King County Housing Authority

Renton Housing Authority
(425) 226-1850

Seattle Housing Authority


Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy

Catherine Booth House

Center for Battered Women (Snohomish County)
(425) 252-2873


DV Hotline (Statewide)
(800) 562-6025

Eastside Domestic Violence
(425) 746-1940

Family Renewal Shelter
(888) 550-3915

New Beginnings

YWCA Alive Program Shelter
(Kitsap County)
(360) 479-1980

YWCA Women's Support Shelter
(Pierce County)
(800) 562-6025


Angel Tree - 1 (855) 50 ANGEL - www.angeltree.org

Operation Nightwatch Families arrive at 8:30pm for shelter placement.  Single women at 9pm.
Single men pick up a referral at:  DESC (517 - 3rd Ave), Millionair's Club (2515 Western Ave),

Bread of Life Mission (97 S. Main), www.breadoflifemission.org

Union Gospel Mission
(318 - 2nd Ave) from 7:30am to 5:30pm and arrive at 9pm for shelter placement. 302 - 14th Ave S , www.ugm.org | 329-2099

CRISTA Ministries - www.crista.org

Focus on the Family – 1 800 A-FAMILY, www.focusonthefamily.com, or www.troubledwith.com

Pathways for Women (425) 774-9843

Salvation Army  (800) 736-7291, (206) 447-9944

Seattle Community Service Officers - 684-4790

Senior Information and Assistance - 448-3110

Transitional Assistance Program - 315-2996

Women's Wellness Center (Other health services and advocacy) - 256-0665

World Concern - www.worldconcern.org


LOVE Inc - (800) 777-5277

University Churches Emergency Fund - (206) 524-7885

Salvation Army – (800) 736-7291

Dave Ramsey Show - www.daveramsey.com


425 341-1500 - www.specialchildexchange.org

A resource to parents of special needs children that are helped nationwide as well as serving families who are in crisis with referrals and free medical supplies and equipment 


Pierce County Helpline - (800) 572-4357

Snohomish/Skagit County Community Information Line - (800) 223-8145


National Education Association

ElementarySchools.org (Seattle-area)

High-Schools.com (Seattle-area)


National Human Trafficking Resource Center
24-hour hotline: 888-3737-888

Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network
Victim Assistance Line: 206-245-0782 / warn-trafficing.org

Polaris Project
State maps, tools and resouces - polarisproject.org


Seattle Against Slavery

The Genesis Project

The Organization for Prostitution Survivors

We pray that even though this list is long-there is some resource here that can be of some help to you. In the mean time, be encouraged because you are loved and cared for. The Father is very fond of you!


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