- Young Adult Shelter (Age 18 - 24)
Open every night of the year from 9 p.m. to 8:30 a.m. Rosie's Place provides shelter and supportive services for young adults ages 18 to 24. They can help with food, shower vouchers, clothing, crisis intervention, shelter, family counseling, medical care, hygiene, etc. A drop-in center is also available.
- Single Men Only
The Devoe/Drexel House provides emergency shelter and transitional housing. They have 16 beds for emergency shelter for homeless men for 90 days.
Interfaith Works Emergency Overnight Shelter
Interfaith Works at First Christian Church provides permanent and "one night stay" overnight shelter for vulnerable, homeless adults.
Safe Place is an emergency shelter for those fleeing domestic violence. Their 24-hour helpline phone number is 360-754-6300.
Pear Blossom Place Emergency Shelter
If you and your family are in need of an emergency shelter tonight, call their 24-hour helpline phone number at 1-844-628-7343.
The SPSCC Basic Needs Assistance program provides access to temporary housing and food to students experiencing homelessness. Students can also access laundry facilities, showers and lockers, storage, food, and laptops.
Start by submitting a Basic Needs Assistance application.
By submitting an application, the applicant acknowledges that SPSCC may complete a background check.
A variety of Foundation Grants, like paying past due rent, utilities, car repairs, or medical bills, are available year-round to help meet SPSCC students’ immediate needs. These grants are supported by the SPSCC Foundation.
The SPSCC Food Pantry offers free, fresh, and non-perishable food items, hygiene kits, children's books, and more to SPSCC students.Learn More