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1. Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs (this service is a priority service)

Homeless Veterans Support Services

Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs - Seattle/King County

2106 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA, 98121

2 Miles—Get Directions

(877) 904-8387

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

Website

 http://www.dva.wa.gov/

Description: Outreach workers connect homeless and precariously housed veterans to housing as well as case management. Outreach workers are located at multiple sites and can travel to where the veteran is located as well.

Description: Outreach workers connect homeless and precariously housed veterans to housing as well as case management. Outreach workers are located at multiple sites and can travel to where the veteran is located as well.

HOST (Homeless Outreach, Stabilization, Transition) Project

DESC - 216 Clinical Services

216 James St, Seattle, WA, 98104

2 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 464-6454

Contact Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm. Some after-hours crisis services available. Leave a message.

Website

 http://www.desc.org/clinical.html

Description: Provides outreach and intensive case management for homeless, low-functioning adults with severe mental health issues; operates a specialized drop-in center for clients. Generally referral required by caseworker or DESC outreach worker.

Description: Provides outreach and intensive case management for homeless, low-functioning adults with severe mental health issues; operates a specialized drop-in center for clients. Generally referral required by caseworker or DESC outreach worker.

REACH Program

Evergreen Treatment Services - Belltown

2133 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA, 98121

1 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 432-3574

Contact Hours: M W F, 8:30am-4:30pm; T, 8:30am-12:30pm, 2:30-4:30pm; Th, 8:30am-3pm.

Website

 http://www.evergreentx.org/reach/Pages/Default.aspx

Description: Offers intensive case management for homeless with substance use disorder in downtown Seattle and provides access to a number of housing and shelter programs.

Description: Offers intensive case management for homeless with substance use disorder in downtown Seattle and provides access to a number of housing and shelter programs.

HEYO (Health Education Youth Outreach)

1016 E Pike St, 3rd Floor, Seattle, WA, 98122

2 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 957-1665

Contact Hours: M-F, 10am-6pm; service hours vary.

Website

 http://www.lifelong.org/heyo

Description: Reduces stigma around queer issues; promotes healthy and positive sexuality; and makes STI testing and other resources readily available. Provides opportunities for leadership development. Serves queer and allied youth, ages 16-24.

Description: Reduces stigma around queer issues; promotes healthy and positive sexuality; and makes STI testing and other resources readily available. Provides opportunities for leadership development. Serves queer and allied youth, ages 16-24.

Homeless Youth Outreach

2709 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA, 98121

1 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 374-0866

Contact Hours: M-Th, 9am-5pm; F, 9am-1pm.

Website

 http://nhmin.org/

Description: Offers crisis intervention, counseling, and support on the street for homeless and runaway youth. Primarily serves street-involved youth ages 23 and younger. Outreaches in the downtown, Capitol Hill and Denny Regrade areas.

Description: Offers crisis intervention, counseling, and support on the street for homeless and runaway youth. Primarily serves street-involved youth ages 23 and younger. Outreaches in the downtown, Capitol Hill and Denny Regrade areas.

Street Ministry

302 14th Ave S, Dispatch Center, Seattle, WA, 98144

3 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 323-4359

Contact Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm.

Website

 http://seattlenightwatch.org

Description: Volunteer clergy offer information, referral, spiritual counsel, crisis intervention and advocacy to those who are homeless on the streets of Downtown Seattle.

Description: Volunteer clergy offer information, referral, spiritual counsel, crisis intervention and advocacy to those who are homeless on the streets of Downtown Seattle.

HYPE - Homeless Youth for Peace and Empowerment

1609 19th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98122

2 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 726-8500

Contact Hours: M-W F, noon-3pm.

Website

 http://www.psks.org/programs/hype/

Description: Provides a variety of basic day services to homeless young adults, ages 13-25 including showers, meals, laundry and hygiene items. Also provides outreach and advocacy services as well as HIV and Hep C testing.

Description: Provides a variety of basic day services to homeless young adults, ages 13-25 including showers, meals, laundry and hygiene items. Also provides outreach and advocacy services as well as HIV and Hep C testing.

Juvenile Runaway Coordinator

Seattle Police Department - East Precinct

1519 12th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98122

2 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 684-4300

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

Website

 http://www.seattle.gov/police

Description: Works with juvenile runaways and their parents. Offers follow-up with runaways and facilitates family mediation. Works with Seattle Team for Youth.

Description: Works with juvenile runaways and their parents. Offers follow-up with runaways and facilitates family mediation. Works with Seattle Team for Youth.

Search and Rescue Teams

318 2nd Ave Extension S, Seattle, WA, 98104

2 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 622-5177

Contact Hours: Operates during cold weather and at various times throughout the year.

Website

 http://ugm.org

Description: Searches for homeless men during severe weather and offers transportation to shelter; provides warm clothing and food for those who do not wish to go.

Description: Searches for homeless men during severe weather and offers transportation to shelter; provides warm clothing and food for those who do not wish to go.

Morning Watch

318 2nd Ave Extension S, Seattle, WA, 98104

2 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 498-7913

Contact Hours: Daily, 7-9am.

Website

 http://ugm.org

Description: Provides a line for the Seattle community to call in the morning if a homeless person is seen sleeping outdoors downtown. Arrives at the location shortly thereafter and offers a hot cup of coffee and a ride to the shelter for breakfast.

Description: Provides a line for the Seattle community to call in the morning if a homeless person is seen sleeping outdoors downtown. Arrives at the location shortly thereafter and offers a hot cup of coffee and a ride to the shelter for breakfast.

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