HOMELESS / DISADVANTAGED

South Sound Dream Center

 

SSDC operates two drop-in centers. One in Federal Way and one in Auburn that provide families and individuals experiencing homelessness a place to find a helping hand and a listening ear. The drop in centers assist with basic needs such as computer access for job applications, phone, a place to do laundry, shower, mailbox, food and more. 

 

volunteer needs: various, please visit our website and contact us for more information

 

South Sound Dream Center

http://www.ssdreamcenter.org

New Hope Resource Center

 

We are a year round drop in center for adults experiencing homelessness. Our mission is to assist people in their efforts to find safety, health and stability as well as connect them with resources that are available to help people find a way out of homelessness.

 

volunteer needs: we always need volunteers to help with our guests, please contact us for more information on how you can help.

 

http://www.tnhrc.org

The Federal Way Day Center

 

The Federal Way Day Center is a place where the homeless and those in need can take a shower, do their laundry, make a meal and have a safe environment to rest. There are computers and phones to connect with job searches, appointments, and families. Counseling is available for substance abuse and mental health. Case and Program manager assist in finding shelter and other needs. The mobile medical van visits once a month. The Federal Way Day Center is located next to the Federal Way Multi Service Center and Healthpoint for additional resources. 

 

volunteer needs:  Catholic Community Services is seeking volunteers who are interested in serving alongside individuals who visit the Federal Way Day Center. Volunteers would be involved in monitoring the laundry machines and use of the showers. Volunteers would also be present in the kitchen area to assist as needed and a general warm and welcoming presence to all who enter. All volunteers would be under the direct supervision of CCS staff and receive orientation and ongoing training. An application and background check are required. The hours of the Federal Way Day Center are Monday-Friday from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Volunteer shifts are 9:30-12:30 or 12:30-3:30. If you have any questions or are interested in serving, please contact...

 

Sue Drake: email: sdrake531@comcast.net, Cell: 253.740.9630

 

Whonakee King: Program Manager, Federal Way Day Center, Catholic

Community Services: (C) 206-549-4048, email: whonakeek@ccsww.org

Address:

33505 13th Pl S Suite D

Federal Way, Wa 989023

253-893-7895

 

Facebook page: Federal Way Day Center

Website: www.fwdaycenter.wix.com/fwdaycenter

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