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We serve young people ages 13-23. Shelter services are for persons 18-23. See below for a complete list of services.

(206) 374-0866 or (866) 646-5437

2709 3rd Avenue Seattle, WA 98121

info@nhmin.org

King County Transit Routes 3 & 4

  • For food, laundry, showers, and more... Sun-Thurs 7-9pm

    Come to Drop-In, offered five nights each week at 2709 3rd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121.

  • For a place to sleep... Sunday - Thursday, 9:30pm-7:30am

    If you're between ages 18-23, sign up for the Young Adult Emergency Shelter by attending a Drop-In (times listed above) or calling 206-374-0866.

  • For breakfast... Mon-Thurs, 8:15-9:00am

    Come for a quick morning meal Monday - Thursday.

  • For case management... Email Angie

    Email angiem@nhmin.org or attend a Drop-In and ask for a case management referral.

  • For transitional shelter... Application Necessary

    If you're interested in living in the Nest, email lindseyt@nhmin.org or call (206) 374-0866.

Our Programs

Drop-In

These two hours give youth access to services like a meal, showers, laundry, clothing, and sign-ups for case management & shelter.

Sunday – Thursday. 7:00p – 9:00p

Day Program

Day programs offer the opportunity to discover interests or talents, like hiking, writing, learning new skills, and playing music.

Monday – Thursday. Breakfast served from 8:15a – 9:00a. Programs begin after breakfast.

The Nest Transitional Shelter

Since July 2015, The Nest transitional shelter has provided a space for 12 youth to temporarily reside while they search for permanent housing.

Application required. Email lindseyt@nhmin.org for more information.

Young Adult Emergency Shelter

Opened February 2016 in a partnership with Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, 22 beds provide a safe place to rest for homeless youth five nights a week.

Sunday – Thursday. 9:30p – 7:30a. Sign up available by phone or at Drop-In.


Case Management

Case managers assist with housing placements, employment applications, government documents, and other barriers to exiting the streets.

Email angiem@nhmin.org for more information, or visit a weekly Drop-In session.

Youth Employment Program

Six-month apprenticeships provide youth a safe opportunity to earn a stipend, learn a hard skill, and develop relevant soft skills for long-term employment.

Visit a Drop-In session to learn more and enter our next round of applicants, or email aliciar@nhmin.org.

Street Bean Coffee Roasters

Since 2009 Street Bean Coffee Roasters has been New Horizons’ job training partner, training apprentices as baristas and teaching them the basics of roasting and coffee shop operation.

Read about Street Bean’s mission at streetbean.org.

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