Everett Gospel Mission

Everett Gospel Mission is a faith based non-profit that provides food, shelter, clothing, access to showers and offers potential job training for men, women and children who are homeless or currently living in poverty. 

The Everett Gospel Mission also offers a first come first service meal, shower and or change of clothing services. Everett Gospel Mission's current shelter facilities allow them to serve up to 145 men, and 75 women and children each night. They also offer provide overnight shelter for men, women, and children in need, please contact the gender designated shelter for more information. 

Walk-in Meal Services

Walk-in meal services available at the 3711 Smith, location multiple days and times: 

Meal Service Hours: 

 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridays & Saturday:      

11:30am-12:50pm, 4pm - 5pm, 5:15pm-6pm   (Women 10:00am - 11am)

Sundays at:

12:15pm-1:15pm, 4:00pm - 5:00 pm  (Women 10:00am - 3:00 pm)


Cold weather overflow shelter

This site offers an emergency cold weather overflow shelter. (Please call to confirm and for more details: 425-740-2550 for men's shelter 425-740-2501 for women and children shelter.

In the event that the projected “feels like” temperature between the hours of 12:00 am and 4:00 am hits 34 degrees, EGM will enact emergency cold weather overflow procedures at both our Men’s and Women and Children’s shelters. EGM will determine no later than 12:00 pm each day if overflow beds will be available.

Men’s Shelter Specifics: Overflow capacity at the men’s shelter is limited to 20 guests. Available slots are given away on a first come first served basis beginning at 4:00 pm. You may call 425.740.2550 to find out if we are on emergency cold weather overflow, but not to sign up for a bed. Should EGM Men’s cold weather beds be at capacity and other cold weather shelters in our area are open, we will provide transportation to those shelters.

Women and Children’s Shelter Specifics: The women and children’s shelter accepts single women and women with children beginning at 4:00 pm on designated cold weather days. You may call 425.740.2501 to find out if we are on emergency cold weather overflow.

 

 

Administration Building
2222 52nd St  
Everett, WA 98203

Phone Numbers:
Administration              (425) 740-2500
Men’s Shelter                 (425) 740-2550
Women’s Shelter            (425) 740-2501

Mailing Address:
Everett Gospel Mission
PO Box 423
Everett, WA 98206

 

 

All of the information provided on this page comes from the Everett Gospel Mission website & the banner image above is from google maps.

EGM Men's Shelter                               
3711 Smith Ave
Everett, WA 98201

Men’s Shelter

This shelter serves men experiencing homelessness in Snohomish County. This shelter hosts an average of 145 men each night. Each shelter resident in this program receives meals, beds, clean clothing, addiction recovery, life-skills training, employment help and more. spiritual support

All of the information provided on this page comes from the Everett Gospel Mission website & the banner image above is from google maps.

Women and Children’s Shelter
5126 S 2nd Ave
Everett, WA 98203
Women’s Shelter  (425) 740-2501

EGM Women and Children’s Shelter

This shelter has space for up to 100 women and children, also for single women. Each shelter resident in this person program receives nutritious meals, a beds, clean clothing, addiction recovery, life-skills training, employment help and more. spiritual support..

EGM also provides overnight shelter for men, women, and children in need, please contact the shelter for more information. 

Women and children are the fastest growing segment of Snohomish County’s homeless population. In fact, right now more than 800 mothers and children are waiting for housing in Snohomish County. 

All of the information provided on this page comes from the Everett Gospel Mission website & the banner image above is from google maps.

A Launch Pad for
HOPE and Employment

Feed Hope Kitchen is a 14-week hands-on, professional culinary training and job placement program. It’s designed to give men and women who have experienced homelessness the hope, skills and confidence they need to begin a career in the culinary industry. Many of those trapped in homelessness want to work, they just need someone to give them a chance. That’s what Feed Hope Kitchen is all about.