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1. Safe Place (this service is a priority service)

Crisis Response Hotline

Call for location

(800) 422-8336

Contact Hours: 24 hours daily.

Website

 http://youthcare.org/our-programs/safe-place

Description: Offers access to immediate help and safety for youth ages 12-17 in crisis. A youth may call the hotline or visit a facility displaying the Safe Place sign to request help, such as reconnecting with a parent/guardian or finding shelter.

Description: Offers access to immediate help and safety for youth ages 12-17 in crisis. A youth may call the hotline or visit a facility displaying the Safe Place sign to request help, such as reconnecting with a parent/guardian or finding shelter.

Adolescent Emergency Shelter

2500 NE 54th St, Seattle, WA, 98105

3 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 694-4506

Contact Hours: 24 hours daily.

Website

 http://www.youthcare.org/find-help/emergency-shelter

Description: Provides shelter for up to 30 days for youth ages 12-17 and sexually exploited youth. Guardian notification is required within eight hours. Provides counseling and support services. Youth can self refer but must be screened over the phone.

Description: Provides shelter for up to 30 days for youth ages 12-17 and sexually exploited youth. Guardian notification is required within eight hours. Provides counseling and support services. Youth can self refer but must be screened over the phone.

Safe Families

2500 116th Ave NE, Suite 1, Bellevue, WA, 98004

7 Miles—Get Directions

(877) 341-7332

Contact Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm.

Website

 http://www.olivecrest.org/safe-families/

Description: Parents experiencing a temporary crisis can arrange for their children to stay with Safe Families volunteers while they address the issues that led to the instability in their lives. Provides a safe alternative to child welfare custody.

Description: Parents experiencing a temporary crisis can arrange for their children to stay with Safe Families volunteers while they address the issues that led to the instability in their lives. Provides a safe alternative to child welfare custody.

Oasis Hope Home Youth Shelter

822 Burwell St, Bremerton, WA, 98337

14 Miles—Get Directions

(360) 479-5123

Contact Hours: Walk-in daily, 9pm-8am

Website

 http://www.thecoffeeoasis.com/#/the-outreach/oasis-teen-shelter

Description: Operates a drop-in shelter for youth 16-20 years of age. Teens will be given a background check and a no-touch search. No teens with sexual offenses, active warrants, or recent violent offenses will be admitted.

Description: Operates a drop-in shelter for youth 16-20 years of age. Teens will be given a background check and a no-touch search. No teens with sexual offenses, active warrants, or recent violent offenses will be admitted.

Youth Haven Teen Shelter

13116 NE 132nd St, Kirkland, WA, 98034

10 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 236-5437

Contact Hours: 24 hours daily.

Website

 http://friendsofyouth.org/shelters.aspx

Description: Provides short-term emergency shelter for homeless and runaway youths ages 7-17 for up to 21 days. Accepts self-referrals or youth referred by the state child welfare system. Call for pre-screening.

Description: Provides short-term emergency shelter for homeless and runaway youths ages 7-17 for up to 21 days. Accepts self-referrals or youth referred by the state child welfare system. Call for pre-screening.

Shelter - Emergency/Teen/13-17 - Monroe

Cocoon House Teen Shelter - Monroe

15302 Plain View Place, Monroe, WA, 98272

22 Miles—Get Directions

(360) 805-9282

Contact Hours: 8am-9pm daily

Website

 http://www.cocoonhouse.org

Description: Emergency shelter for teenagers (13 through 17) who are homeless, abused, or at-risk. House is open to teens in crisis 24/7. Meals, counseling, and advocacy are also provided.

Description: Emergency shelter for teenagers (13 through 17) who are homeless, abused, or at-risk. House is open to teens in crisis 24/7. Meals, counseling, and advocacy are also provided.

Shelter - Transitional/Teen Maternity Group Home - Arlington

Cocoon House Teen Shelter - Arlington

521 Highland Dr, Arlington, WA, 98223

40 Miles—Get Directions

(360) 435-6061

Contact Hours: 24 hours daily

Website

 http://www.cocoonhouse.org

Description: Provides transitional housing for pregnant or parent teen mothers.

Description: Provides transitional housing for pregnant or parent teen mothers.

Shelter - Emergency/Teens/12-17 - Everett

Cocoon House Teen Shelter - Everett

2726 Cedar St, Everett, WA, 98201

25 Miles—Get Directions

(425) 259-6042

Contact Hours: 24 hours daily

Website

 http://www.cocoonhouse.org

Description: Emergency shelter for teenagers (12 through 17) who are homeless, abused, or at-risk. House is open to teens in crisis 24 hours a day, 7-days a week. Meals, counseling, and advocacy are also provided.

Description: Emergency shelter for teenagers (12 through 17) who are homeless, abused, or at-risk. House is open to teens in crisis 24 hours a day, 7-days a week. Meals, counseling, and advocacy are also provided.

Young Adult Shelter

Community Youth Services - Brighter Futures Youth Center

520 Pear St SE, Olympia, WA, 98501

48 Miles—Get Directions

(360) 943-0780

Contact Hours: Call: M-F, 8am-5pm

Website

 http://www.communityyouthservices.org

Description: Provides overnight shelter to youth ages 18 to 24. Open 7 days a week from 9pm-8:45am. Sign-up during drop-in hours at Rosie's Place.

Description: Provides overnight shelter to youth ages 18 to 24. Open 7 days a week from 9pm-8:45am. Sign-up during drop-in hours at Rosie's Place.

New Directions

Community Youth Services of Pierce County - New Directions

Call for location

(253) 212-3432

Contact Hours: Shelter is open 24 hours daily.

Website

 http://communityyouthservices.org/

Description: Offers a short-term shelter and crisis intervention for youth ages 12-17. Referrals are accepted from law enforcement, schools, courts, and DSHS case workers. Self-referrals accepted as well. Length of stay is up to 15 days. See more.

Description: Offers a short-term shelter and crisis intervention for youth ages 12-17. Referrals are accepted from law enforcement, schools, courts, and DSHS case workers. Self-referrals accepted as well. Length of stay is up to 15 days. See more.

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