Teen Feed Main Office 4740 B University Way NE Seattle, WA 98105 Phone: 206.522.4366 Fax: 206.522.3043

Teen Feed Main Office
4740 B University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Phone: 206.522.4366
Fax: 206.522.3043

In Trouble? Call (206) 522-4366 or email info@teenfeed.org

The Teen Feed office is at 4740 B University Way NE. We are directly on “the Ave” just south of 50th Street. Our gate is between Rudy’s Barbershop and Lucky Vintage. Head up the stairs to the second floor, and is the door to the left. The Teen Feed staff work unconventional hours, and frequently during the evenings, so the best way to reach us at the office is to make an appointment.


Sound Transit

  1. 512 - Downtown Seattle:
    off at 5th Ave NE & NE 45th S (47 min (7 stops) then walk (3 mins) to
    NE 45th St & 7th Ave NE
  2. Then from that stop take the: 44 - University Of Washington Medical Center Wallingford (2 min (2 stops)
  3. Off At: NE 45th St & University Way NE then walk (About 5 min , 0.2 mi) to: Teen Feed 4740 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105 Destination will be on the right)

For information about where Teen Feed meal program is serving, please call 206.229.0813. Meal program schedules are available at the Teen Feed program and at the Teen Feed office.

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    Teen Feed

    Teen Feed responds to the most basic needs of homeless and at-risk youth in the following focus areas: healthy meals and lives, youth support coordination, street outreach, healthcare access, and engaging the community through service.  Teen Feed meeting the the most basic needs of homeless youth with three integrated programs:  Teen Feed Meal Program, Street Talk Outreach Program (STOP), Service Links for Youth (SLY). Youth Access to Care (YAC).Teen Feed is the only consistent meal program designed to meet the needs of homeless youth in South King County and the only program to do so 365 days a year in all of King County. Teen Feed also provides the only consistent street outreach program in Seattle’s University District, a magnate area for homeless youth.

    Meal Program:

    The Meal Program serves a hot, nutritious meal at various University District meal sites (seven days a week), in Auburn (every Wednesday and Friday). Over a healthy meal, young people connect with specially trained advocates and support coordination staff to access the resources and services they need.


    Every night of the week

    • 7:00-8:00pm,  SUNDAY, MONDAY & FRIDAY – University Lutheran Church, 1604 NE 50th St, Seattle NE 50th & 16th NE
    • 7:00-8:00pm,  TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY – University Congregational Church, 4515 16th Ave NE 16th NE & NE 45th, enter down the cement steps.
    • 6:30 – SATURDAY@ROOTS Young Adult Shelter, 1415 17th Ave Seattle Alley at NE 43rd &15th NE, enter through the blue door

    AUBURN 6:30 – 8:00pm WEDNESDAY  – Arcadia Drop-in Center at Auburn Youth Resources, 915 H Street SE, Auburn , 9th & J Streets

    Street Talk Outreach Program (STOP):

    STOP Peer Youth Internship Program provides youth transitioning out of homelessness with employment experience while supporting their peers. Youth Interns work for 10 hours per week at a rate of $15.00 per hour for six months of service, assisting on outreach and supporting the Teen Feed meal program. This program enables interns to save funds for rent, providing valuable experience and employment reference while building connections with their peers. In 2015 STOP case managers helped more kids into housing than in any prior year. 

    Service Links for Youth (SLY):

    SLY is a case management program—we call it “Support Coordination”—designed to help youth who are ready to begin the transition to life off the streets. Unlike traditional “case management,” SLY was designed as a youth-centered support program that affirms the strengths of each participant as they meet self-identified goals. The Support Coordinator builds a relationship with each youth to learn what types of resources will help them best succeed. SLY is unique in its focus on meeting youth on the streets and in programs, and it serves a broader range of youth—ages 13 to 25—than most other programs.

    Youth Access to Care (YAC):

    YAC is an integrated component of both the STOP and SLY programs which provides outreach, enrollment, and navigation services for homeless, at-risk, and food insecure young people in need of healthcare. Through Washington State’s Medicaid expansion, nearly all of Teen Feed’s guests are newly eligible for both medical and dental insurance. Youth Access to Care networks with local mobile units and healthcare navigators to encourage young people to review their healthcare options, enroll in health insurance, and leverage new health benefits to obtain preventative care and address preexisting mental and physical health conditions.  Teen Feed is a contracted In-Person Assister Organization working in partnership with the Washington Health Benefit Exchange and Washington Healthplanfinder.

    All of the information provided on this page including logo comes from the Teen Feed website. & the location images above is from google maps.