Our Partners

Homelessness comes in many forms and from many causes. It needs many solutions and devoted activists and community leaders. Resolution to End Homelessness was founded to support and bring awareness to the amazing work being done in our community. Learn more about our amazing partner organizations and consider getting involved or donating.

Abundance of Hope Center (AofH) mission is to provide equitable, culturally responsive, holistic and person centered homelessness prevention to our most At Risk Youth ages 12-26. 

It is our goal to better strengthen our communities by empowering our most at risk youth with the self-esteem, values and tools necessary for making positive choices; while providing them with quality basic care needs, education, community resources, case management, advocacy, transitioning skills, and goal setting meetings involving professionals, family, and youth in our care.

Abundance of Hope Center is a family lead organization, founded and operated by African American women and other minority groups. AofH was established in 2008 as a labor of love for youth slipping through the cracks; most of which were disproportionately people of color and LGBTQIA people despite being the minority of the community. AofH staff includes members who have personally faced and overcome many of the same barriers as our most at-risk youth, and are committed to inclusion and equity in practices, policy, and programming.

The Accelerator YMCA provides holistic support to young people and their families who have experienced trauma to help them be safe, successful, and happy.
We are the largest provider of housing for homeless young adults in King County, offering a variety of programs including rapid rehousing, transitional housing, and permanent housing—especially for those who are exiting foster care and/or who are experiencing  homelessness.
The Arc of King County was formed in 1936 when a group of parents raising children with intellectual and developmental disabilities came together to advocate for their children’s rights to live, learn, work and play in the community. From these grassroots origins, the first parents of The Arc fought for their children’s rights to access housing, education, employment, and community resources such as transportation.
To further the civil rights movement for all persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities to thrive as equal, valued, and active members of the community.
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Babies of Homelessness is a crisis response team. We mobilize the Seattle community to bring basic necessities to children experiencing homelessness-families living in cars, tent cities, encampments and/or shelters.
Our goal is to remove the stigma homelessness carries by shedding light on the youngest and most vulnerable subjected to homelessness.
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Rooted in Catholic Social Teaching and the Gospel imperative, Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services are outreaches of the Catholic Church in Western Washington, under the leadership of the Archbishop of Seattle and the Boards of Trustees.
CCS and CHS answer the Gospel call to loving and compassionate service with particular concern for the sanctity of human life from conception to natural death and the dignity of the human person. Our employees and volunteers come from many faith traditions to serve and support poor and vulnerable people through the provision of quality, integrated services and housing. Our focus is on those individuals, children, families, and communities struggling with poverty and the effects of intolerance and racism. We actively join with others to work for justice.
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The One Health Clinic serves patients and their animals twice a month. A nurse practitioner from Neighborcare Health, a federally qualified community health center, provides primary medical care with assistance from University of Washington medical, nursing, social work, public health and pharmacy students from the interdisciplinary student group University District Street Medicine.
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A Native-led human services agency for urban Native people to connect with traditional ways and community for stability and support. Providing a sacred space to nurture, affirm, and renew the spirit of urban Native people.
Chief Seattle Club is a 501(c)(3) registered organization dedicated to physically and spiritually supporting American Indian and Alaska Native people. At our Day Center in the Pioneer Square district of downtown Seattle, we provide food, primary heath care, housing assistance, an urban Indian legal clinic, a Native art job training program, as well as frequent outings for members to cultural and community-building events. Chief Seattle Club is a human service agency that provides basic needs for our members, many of whom are experiencing homelessness. Over 90,000 meals are served every year and members can access quality nursing care, mental health providers, chemical dependency professionals, and traditional healing practices. Native people in urban areas face unique challenges and Chief Seattle Club embraces the cultures, languages, and traditions of American Indians and Alaska Natives as the primary method for healing and transformation.
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Child Care Resources works with families, child care providers, community organizations and advocacy groups in order to improve the quality of early childhood care in our region. We support families in their search for child care, assist families experiencing homelessness with child care costs, coach and provide resources for child care professionals, and train and empower low-income and refugee women pursuing careers in early learning
CHOOSE 180 transforms the lives of youth and young adults by partnering with institutional leaders, connecting them with community, empowering them with choice, and teaching them the skills necessary to avoid engagement with the criminal justice system.
CHOOSE 180 envisions a future where youthful behavior is decriminalized and young people are offered restorative practices in lieu of traditional prosecution. In place of the school to prison pipeline a community will exist to help young people realize their potential and provide them with the tools necessary to achieve their goals.
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In the Lutheran tradition of caring through service, Compass Housing Alliance develops and provides essential services and affordable housing for homeless and low-income people in the greater Puget Sound region. We envision a world in which every person lives in a safe, caring community.
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Partnering with men and the community to create a path from homelessness to stable living.
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The Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) provides integrated services including housing, emergency shelter, crisis intervention and healthcare to thousands of homeless and formerly homeless people every day.
We fight for public resources and policies that serve our most vulnerable and marginalized neighbors: those living with mental illness, substance use disorders, and other disabilities. We believe that everyone deserves the space to exist and a place to call home.​ DESC meets people wherever they are and accepts them as they are.
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Elizabeth Gregory Home (EGH) serves single homeless women in the greater Seattle area by providing transitional housing, a Day Center and case management services. Elizabeth Gregory Home provides a welcoming and respectful refuge where homeless and at-risk women have access to compassionate care.
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We invite all of us to come closer, and to contribute our unique passions and skills toward the effort of ending homelessness.
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Food Lifeline is on a mission to end hunger in Western Washington. We believe that access to food is a human right and that nobody deserves to be hungry. Food Lifeline provides nutritious food to hundreds of thousands of people facing hunger every year by sourcing nutritious food from a variety of food industry partners.
We distribute this food through a partnership with 300 food banks, shelters, and meal programs, enabling us to provide the equivalent of 134,000 meals every single day. At the same time we are working to end hunger for the future by addressing its root causes, including systemic inequity and social injustice. We do this through advocacy efforts to shape local, state, and federal policy, by partnering with organizations that are addressing other causes of poverty, and through community engagement and mobilization efforts.
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Today, Friends of Youth positively impacts over 6,500 children, youth and their families each year, at 26 sites and programs in 18 cities across the Puget Sound region.
In addition to operating the only overnight youth shelters on the Eastside, we offer youth development initiatives, in-home family support for young parents and guardians of children up to five years old, parent education, WISe Wraparound services, youth and family counseling, substance abuse counseling, therapeutic foster care, residential treatment and transitional housing for homeless young people and teen mothers.
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The purpose of GRASSROOT PROJECTS is to empower immigrant and underprivileged children in the USA by providing resources and guidance to help them integrate successfully within the community.
Our motto is “Small Projects, Big Dreams“. The projects will focus on funding and/or providing resources for the children’s health, nutrition, clothing, education and cultural needs.
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Humble Design serves individuals, families, and veterans emerging from homelessness by transforming their empty house into a warm, welcoming and uplifting home with donated furniture and household goods.

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Our mission is to alleviate the effects of poverty, hunger, homelessness, and addiction by providing community-based social services to those in need.
Our mission is to end homelessness by providing shelter, respite care, work opportunities and other services, so that people have increased opportunities for stabilization, recovery, and permanent housing.
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Mary’s Place provides safe, inclusive shelter and services that support women, children and families on their journey out of homelessness.
Since 1999, Mary’s Place has helped hundreds of women and families move out of homelessness into more stable situations. Across seven emergency family shelters in King County, we keep struggling families together, inside, and safe when they have no place else to go, providing resources, housing and employment services, community, and hope.
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New Horizons offers programs to facilitate youth’s transition out of homelessness. From a hot meal and shower to case management and job training, we meet youth where they are to reconnect them to the resources they need to pursue their goals.

Because youth may arrive distraught, disconnected, or disillusioned, we seek to be a safe place where they will be accepted for who they are. We offer our services and love to any and everyone who comes to us in need of assistance, because each person deserves to be loved, seen, known, and respected.

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We believe that all deserve adequate food, housing, and respect. We assist our neighbors in obtaining basic needs that affirm their human dignity and worth.
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Our mission is to raise awareness and prevent drug abuse in the community through education and community partnerships

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Peer Seattle is a non-profit corporation that cultivates powerful, healthy lives by providing peer emotional support and development services to the LGBTQ community and their allies embracing issues of mental health, chemical, and behavioral addiction, and chronic illness.
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Real Change produces an award-winning weekly newspaper that provides immediate employment opportunity and takes action for economic, social, and racial justice.
Our Vision: We envision a just, caring and inclusive community, where people are no longer marginalized by racism and classism and have the means to live with dignity.
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We are a community of individuals who have been traumatized by homelessness, addiction and other mental health challenges coming to know we are loved and that we have gifts to share.
We provide a beautiful, safe, warm, drug and alcohol free space and loving community to anchor Members (our most closely-supported consumers) in the sustained recovery needed to gain and maintain access to housing, social and health services, healthy relationships, education and employment. Our program is designed to help people maintain recovery, reduce relapse and fulfill their potential.
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Redeeming Soles is committed to providing proper footwear through nonprofit organizations, schools and other community events to underprivileged men, women and children throughout the Pacific Northwest.
We exist to provide pathways to freedom, safety, and hope for victims of sex trafficking and people involved in the sex trade. Everyone deserves to be loved. Everyone deserves a life free from exploitation.
We exist to provide pathways to freedom, safety, and hope for victims of sex trafficking and people exploited in the sex trade. This means offering programs that are centered on the strengths, needs, and individual choices of each survivor we serve. In all of our programs, from crisis intervention through long term housing, we work with survivors to increase their safety and move toward healing, stability, and economic independence.
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Mission: ROOTS Young Adult Shelter builds community and fosters dignity through access to essential services and a safe place to sleep for young adults experiencing homelessness. Vision: Everyone has a safe place to call home.

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Seattle Dogs Homeless Program is a WA State non profit street outreach program that helps owners living in homelessness in Seattle with their pets.
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Seattle Homeless Outreach (SHO) seeks to meet our clients where they are, without expectation or judgment, and provide basic survival supplies including food, water, sleeping bags, tents, clothing, and bus tickets. But more importantly, we provide a human connection to our homeless neighbors. SHO builds relationships with our homeless neighbors and with social service providers in the Seattle area so that we can connect people with services they need.
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Aligning One Community to aggressively prevent and eliminate homelessness among veterans. Mission: Fostering Camaraderie amongst active duty and prior services members by reconnecting them to the welcoming spirit of their military family.Empowering our heroes and their families with resources necessary in order to overcome uncertainty and attain a future worthy of their sacrifice regardless of their length of service or discharge status.
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Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission is a nonprofit ministry that loves and cares for our homeless neighbors throughout greater Seattle.
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Street Youth Ministries (SYM) is a non-profit, faith-based organization serving homeless and at-risk youth ages 13-26 in the Seattle area. Our mission is to provide youth in Seattle’s University District with life-skills, resources, and relationships that bring hope and healing to their lives and the community.
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T2P2 stands for “Towers of Tampons & Pyramids of Pads.” We are a feminine-product donation drive to help Seattle’s homeless women live a little easier once a month.
Homeless shelters do a tremendous job of providing a safe place to sleep and a warm meal but they often have to rely on what is donated to them. Funding sources don’t generally include a tampon and pad line item. And frankly, it just doesn’t occur to most people to donate feminine hygiene products. Who wants to drive up to a shelter with a bag full of tampons when winter coats and donuts are so much more glamorous? If you’re somebody who thinks it’s important to help homeless women keep their dignity by having access to clean, safe feminine hygiene supplies.

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Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. With the tremendous support of the community, 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.
Our mission is to bring caring people together to give, volunteer, and take action to help people in need and solve our community’s toughest challenges.
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Our mission is to build a hunger-free Northeast Seattle by providing our neighbors with reliable access to healthy food and life-changing resources.
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As a Christian social service agency in Renton and Shoreline, Washington, Vision House helps break the cycle of homelessness for families with children. Race doesn’t matter. Neither does religion, national origin, gender, or sexual preference . . . every person deserves a healthy home. It’s not a privilege, but a basic human right.
Mission: To follow Jesus in working with families experiencing poverty or homelessness to promote positive transformation. Vision: To inspire our community to unite so that all people have access to a healthy home.
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Our Mission is to end the cycle of family homelessness. Our Vision is a community in which every child has a safe and stable home.
Wellspring Family Services is a nonprofit, multi-service agency serving low-income and vulnerable individuals, children and families in Seattle and King County. For more than 125 years, Wellspring has been a source of opportunity for children and families to win their resilience, triumph over trauma, and reach their full potential. We achieve our mission through the effective provision of social and mental health services that help strengthen families, addressing a broad range of issues that can negatively affect their lives.
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YouthCare works to end youth homelessness and to ensure that young people are valued for who they are and empowered to achieve their potential.
Each young person arrives at YouthCare with a unique story and set of circumstances. For some, quick support—a hot meal, a chat with staff, a visit to the clinic—is all that’s needed to move forward. For others, the path to stability may look different. Through a combination of individualized services tailored to young people’s needs and a trusting relationship with a caring adult, YouthCare ensures that young people experiencing homelessness achieve long-term stability.
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The Ballard Community Taskforce on Homelessness and Hunger brings neighbors + providers together to advocate for change.

Mission: The BCTHH works to end homelessness and hunger in the Ballard community by providing a forum for service providers, community advocates and governmental agencies to share information, capitalize on their collective resources and coordinate efforts. We will work as advocates of change and partners of compassion toward a just and supportive community.



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Our Mission is to end the cycle of family homelessness. Our Vision is a community in which every child has a safe and stable home.

Mission: To launch an educational and spiritual enrichment revolution to build hope, resilience, and healing through community empowerment.


Vision: To establish a transformational, integrative, and replicable self-healing Center of Extraordinary People. This residential community model will heal transgenerational trauma through a foundation of safety, trustworthiness and transparency, peer support, collaboration and mutuality, empowerment of voice and choice, and purposefully elevating historical ethnic and cultural legacies.



University Heights Center promotes life-long learning, creativity, culture, community activism, and the preservation of our historic building.

University Heights Center promotes life-long learning, creativity, culture, community activism, and the preservation of our historic building.



Solid Ground believes poverty is solvable. Our approach combines direct services with community-based advocacy. We support individuals and work to undo racism and other oppressions that create barriers – so everyone can achieve their full potential.

Mission: Solid Ground works to end poverty and undo racism and other oppressions that are root causes of poverty.

Vision: Solid Ground envisions a community beyond poverty and oppression where all people have equitable opportunity to thrive.


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