Mary's Place is a nonprofit organization that empowers homeless women, children, and families to reclaim their lives. Mary's Place opened in 1999 as a drop-in day center for single homeless women in downtown Seattle.
SINGLE WOMEN’S DAY CENTER
The Women’s Day Center in downtown Seattle is open from 7 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9 am to 1 pm providing women experiencing homelessness a safe place to rest, build community, and find the resources they need to reclaim their lives: two hot meals a day, showers, laundry, clothing, medical care, and connections to housing, employment, and financial benefits, discussion groups, classes, and on-site services.
Women’s Day Center Services
Clothing Distribution, Diversion Services, Employment Connections, Financial Literacy, Health Services, Housing Services, Hygiene, Showers, and Laundry, Mail and Phone Services, Mary’s Marketplace Incentive Program, Nutritious Meals, Samaritan Beacon Distribution, Support Groups, Resource & Shelter Referrals.
Family centers are 24/7 facilities that provide shelter for moms, dads, and children at night, and resources for housing, employment, and wellness each day. Local service providers come on site to make it easy for families to get the services they need.
Locations: North Seattle, White Center, Northshore, Burien
Shoreline: A former restaurant, this building provides night shelter for 40 mothers and children each night.
Julia’s Place: Julia’s Place is a permanent facility located at Madrona Grace Church that provides night shelter for five families (moms, dads, and children).
Emergency Family Shelter: EFS is an emergency night shelter for up to 48 women and children in a former storefront in Belltown.
Mary’s Place Outreach Request form is designed to assist families who are experiencing unsheltered homelessness in King County. Outreach requests help families get connected to services.
All of the information provided on this page & the banner image comes from the Mary’s Place website (Updated May 19, 2019)