Shelter and Recovery Program
For women and their children
3802 South Othello Street
Seattle, WA 98118
Map and directions
Living accommodations free of charge while in program, including:
- Three meals served each day
- Case management
- Counseling and parenting groups
- Drug & alcohol recovery support
- Domestic violence healing
This 12 month, residential recovery program is designed to help women and children caught up in cycles of abuse and addiction break free from destructive behaviors and relationships through the power of Jesus Christ. The program emphasizes both a skills based and relational approach to healing as women gain the tools and experiences to live out God’s grace in their families.
After arriving at Hope Place, individuals participate in a series of assessments to determine how our staff can best support them. Then they are invited to take steps towards fulfilling other formal recovery program requirements.
Internal Healing (Phases 1-2)
The first two phases are designed to walk women through classes, curriculum, and experiences which allow them to accurately identify places of brokenness that are keeping them in bondage, and give them the resources and skills to move towards healing.
External Community Connections (Phases 3-4)
These phases are patterned to build on the outcome of the renewal found in the first part of the program with attention given to job development, family reunification, and outside support. The fruit of earlier healing results in greater movement towards community in relationships, the workplace, and service.
Transitional Living & After Care
We are committed to mentoring individuals after they graduate from Hope Place. All graduates benefit from continued staff support, vouchers for setting up their next home, holiday baskets, and alumni events. Recovery Program graduates are also eligible to apply to live at a transitional site operated by the Mission or a church partner for up to 2 years while enrolled in school or employment. Here graduates receive additional case management support as they utilize their recovery tools in their new season of life.
Graduate Internship Program
This year long residential program equips graduates for ministry by providing transformative internships, biblical classes, and case management for further fulfilling God’s call upon their lives.
Extended Care Program
Offers impactful care to 12 individuals coming out of the hospital who need a safe place to move forward with medical treatment, but have nowhere to go. The program provides trained staff, space, and programming to support women in this process.
Do you need help? Get in touch with us regarding our intake process and availability. Please call 206.628.2008, Monday — Friday at 8:30am.
Women come to Hope Place from a variety of places. Some hear about us in prison, jail, drug court, or the Federal Dream Program.
Hope Place is state certified to provide level one outpatient treatment and works closely with the judicial system and other providers both to bring women into Hope Place and then to serve them well.
Ways you can invest in hope
Come be part of helping women and children on their journey to find hope. Sign up to volunteer on a regular or ongoing basis at Hope Place. Volunteers can serve a meal or walk alongside guests as a tutor or mentor.
Hope Place services and recovery programs are funded by your generous gifts and contributions! Your financial gifts or donated goods keep this a no cost option for women and children in need of help.
Organize groups of 8-25 volunteers from your corporation or restaurant to Bring a Meal (BAM) once a month — small groups and youth groups love to do this too!
Commit to mentoring a guest, teaching a class, or opening up a transitional home for women at one of your sites. Connect with staff who will equip you with the necessary training to make a difference! For more information, get in touch with Hope Place — 206.628.2008.