This location is the main neighborhood center that serves as the headquarters for YWCA programs in Snohomish County.

Programs currently offered at this location include:

  • Working Wardrobe: clothing for homeless and low-income women in need of outfits for job interviews or new employment.

  • Pathways to Work: workshops and classes teach people the skills they need to return to the workforce or school. Held at several Snohomish County locations.

  • Children's Domestic Violence Program: specialized counseling for children and non-abusive parents to minimize the effects of domestic violence.


Pathways Counseling

Supportive mental health counseling on a sliding scale for low-income women and families.Counseling for adults, families and couples is offered addressing issues of depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, relationship and life transitions.

Eligibility is determined through our intake process. Individuals who are interested in counseling services are asked to call our intake line. 425.412.2360.

Shelter Plus Care: 

Shelter Plus Care responds to the need of a hard to reach population - homeless adults and families with disabilities - with permanent housing and long-term support services. permanent housing vouchers for homeless adults with a qualifying disability. 

Eligibility: Applicants for Shelter Plus Care must be connected to the program through Snohomish County Coordinated Entry. Individuals and families can enroll in Coordinated Entry by contacting a Housing Navigator at one of the Coordinated Entry sites listed here: http://snohomishcountywa.gov/2238/Investing-In-Futures.

Direct applications will not be accepted.

To be eligible, applicants must be experiencing literal homelessness and have a disability.


Everett Regional Center
3301 Broadway
Everett, WA 98201
425.258.2766 (front desk)

Low-Income Housing:        Family Village Everett
11802 4th Ave W
Everett, WA 98204
425.355.4090 (main)


Everett Transit

Potential clients can take any buses headed to the Everett Transit Center. Will come off there for most busses and walk about four minutes to the YWCA.

  • 4- South to Downtown

  • 3- South to W Casino Rd

  • 7- South to mall station - has a closer stop just before the Transit Center.

  • 29- South to mall station

  • 17- South to mall station

  • 18 - East or West

  • Para Transit also available

Community Transit: 

  • North bound swift bus off at off at last stop at Everett Transit Center

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

3301 Broadway Ave
Everett, Washington, 98201
Telephone - (425) 258-2766

YWCA Working Wardrobe

This is the Everett Branch of the YWCA clothing banks, this program offers free, business-appropriate attire to homeless or low-income women in need of clothing for interviews or new jobs. The Working Wardrobe program provides women up to four full outfits appropriate for work and/or job interviews. Donations of accessories and career outfits are always welcome as well.

How it works: Everett Working Wardrobe is open Tuesdays and Thursdays, by appointment only. Clients should call in advance to schedule an appointment.

Please call the locations listed above in advance to see if donations are being accepted and what items are currently needed. We accept office-appropriate, reasonably fashionable clothes, accessories (hand bags, scarves, umbrellas) and shoes, and have a specific need for large sizes. Please make sure that all donated clothing is dry-cleaned and in good condition.

All of the information provided on this page comes from the YWCA Working Wardrobe website.