Looking for resources?

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


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


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 Seattleā€™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.

EXALT Apprenticeships

These jobs provide youth a safe opportunity to earn a stipend, a hard skill, and soft skills for long-term employment like conflict resolution, responsibility, and communication.

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

Street Bean Coffee Roasters

Since 2009 Street Bean Coffee Roasters has employed youth through six-month apprenticeships, where they receive professional barista training in addition to the basics of roasting and shop operation.

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

New HorizonsNeed Help?