What We Do

New Horizons partners with our community and young people to offer wraparound services that address each individual in a holistic way.

Day Programs (2)

The Nest on 3rd is a 30-bed low-barrier, animal-friendly shelter that offers individual spaces to young adults looking for a safe place to stay. Within the shelter we offer resident space to young adults who are in the process of looking for stable housing, as well as night-by-night shelter beds. All residents have access to lockers, showers, and basic necessities during shelter hours.

Shelter guests are served dinner every night and provided snacks at the start of shelter hours. From Monday Thursday dinner is served in Day Programs and from Friday Sunday it is provided only to shelter guests at the start of shelter hours.

Shelter Hours: 9:00pm – 8:00am
Extended Shelter Hours: Monday Friday | 9:00pm – 11:00am
Dinner: Monday Thursday @ 7pm |
Friday Sunday @ 9pm

For information on accessing the shelter, visit the Get Help page.

For more information about our shelter services, contact Alicia Raymond: aliciar@nhmin.org


New Horizons offers a Day Program four days a week for clients to meet their basic needs and participate in activities aimed at increasing engagement. Our Day Program offers lunch, dinner, showers, hygiene supplies, clothing, computers, laundry, mats for resting/napping, video games, art projects, opportunities to connect with Case Management, and more.

For more information or to inquire about partnership opportunities, contact Alicia Raymond, Director of Day Programming: aliciar@nhmin.org

Day Program Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 3:00 8:00pm
Wednesday: 2:00 8:00pm

Day Programs

We believe there is a housing solution for every young person. Through client-centered case management, housing navigation, and diversion services, New Horizons works to quickly remove barriers to housing, employment, and stability.

Here's how to get connected with a case manager:

  1. Call our main office: 206.374.0866
  2. Visit Day Programs and ask for Case Management
  3. Fill out our online form:  Case Management Form

New Horizons, along with our partner coffee shop, Street Bean, offers 4-month paid job experience opportunities for clients with self-identified barriers to traditional employment. Apprentices work alongside staff to gain job skills, positive mentorship relationships, and confidence that comes from earning one’s own paycheck.

For more information, contact Alicia Raymond, Director of Day Programming: aliciar@nhmin.org

Apprenticeships (2)

Employment opportunities are one of the most frequently requested supports among young adults. Street Bean is New Horizons’ social enterprise coffee shop offering paid work experiences for young people. Street Bean provides a relational, supportive and real world work experience for young people pursuing greater stability.

Hours: Tuesday Friday: 7:00am – 1:00pm





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