A Happy Child

Get Help: Shelter

 

 

Age 11-17: Emergency Short-Term Shelter:

 

CALL THE 24-HOUR SHELTER HOTLINE: (206) 236-KIDS (5437)

One of our team members will always be available to take your call, 24/7.

 
  Age 18-24: Emergency Overnight Shelter:

 

Call The Landing in Redmond (425) 449-3868.

It’s available 7 days a week.

Line-up for the shelter is at 8:30 PM

Intake begins at 8:45 PM.

Address: 16225 NE 87th Street, Ste A-1, Redmond, WA 98052

Get help on the street:

If you’re on the street and you need us to come to you, call our Outreach line:

(425) 298-4846
OR
24-HOUR SHELTER HOTLINE: (206) 236-KIDS (5437)

    Click here for more  information about our emergency shelter program

 

Find a supportive place to live:

If you’re a young adult without a home, and you need a supportive, positive place to stay for a period of time while you get back on your feet, we have a program for you called New Ground.

It’s not just a roof over your head. We’ll help you with a plan to get your life back.

ACCESSING OUR HOUSING PROGRAMS

Friends of Youth accepts applicants for our housing programs through Coordinated Entry systems in King and Snohomish Counties.


If you are a youth or young adult 17.5 - 24 years old interested in housing in King County, complete an assessment for Coordinated Entry for All at one of several locations, including Friends of Youth's Drop-In Center located at 16225 NE 87th Street, Suite A-1 in Redmond. Assessments are completed Tuesdays from 10 am-12 pm. For more information about Coordinated Entry for All, visit their website at www.kingcounty.gov/cea


If you are a youth or young adult interested in housing in Snohomish County, call 425-877-5171 to schedule an assessment with a Cocoon House Navigator to be placed on the waitlist for housing in Snohomish County.

 

Friends of Youth maintains an Interest List of individuals who are interested in our housing programs. To be added to the list please complete the SCREENING FORM and return it to us by email at zahra@friendsofyouth.org or by fax at (425) 869-6666.


For more information about our Transitional Living Programs, see Our Programs.