Angeline's Day Center for Women first
opened its doors on January 26, 1987, offering a safe, welcoming place for homeless women living on streets or shelters in Seattle to spend the day.
In late 2004, Angeline's Center for Homeless Women moved into the ground floor of Opportunity Place, on 3rd and Lenora in Belltown. Each day, as many as 250 women find Angeline’s a safe haven from the danger, uncertainty and indignity of living on the streets.
Daytime drop-in services include: meals, laundry, showers, health access, mental health counseling, workshops and activities, storage of personal belongings and connections to other needed services.
Overnight shelter and case management are available for women ready to transition to stable housing through Angeline's Enhanced Night Program.
Angeline's also provides overnight shelter during the winter months, by referral from the Women's Referral Center between 6-9 p.m. Self-referral on a space available basis after 9 p.m. Open to women 18 years and older.
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