We offer programs to facilitate youth’s transition off the streets.

From a hot meal and shower to case management and job training, we meet youth where they are to reconnect them to their God-given potential and empower them into success.

  • This is the cleanest shelter, and I feel like I'm able to get more space here. We're not all piled on top of each other like we are at some other shelters.

Because youth may arrive distraught, disconnected, or disillusioned, we seek to be a safe place where they will be accepted for who they are. Inspired by the love of Jesus, we offer our services and love to any and everyone who comes to us in need of assistance, because each person deserves to be loved, seen, known, and respected.

Reach Out, Invite In

Staff and volunteers go out to the streets to build relationships and invite young people to take advantage of our services.

Meet Basic Needs

Five days a week, youth can access basic services like a clothes & supply closet, showers, laundry, and shelter.

Empower Into Success

Youth dream big about their futures in relationships with our case managers, by participating in our day programs, or through job training.

What We Offer

Outreach

Teams of staff and volunteers set out on foot to connect with youth around the city to let them know about our services and programs.

Day Program

Day programs offer the opportunity to explore new interests like writing or music, as well as connect with various community partners.

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

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

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.


The Nest

Since July 2015, our transitional shelter (The Nest) 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.

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.

Job Training

Six-month apprenticeships provide youth a safe opportunity to earn a stipend, a hard skill, and relevant 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 email exalt@nhmin.org.

Street Bean

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.


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