Short-term Housing Resources

If you need a place to stay tonight, there are a number of emergency housing resources in the community that may be available to you.  If you have applied for rental assistance from HASCO or applied to live at one of our market-rate properties, but need a place to stay until you reach the top of the waiting list or are approved, here are some short-term housing resources in the community that might be available to you.

 

Emergency Shelters

You can call these emergency shelters directly at the phone numbers listed below or visit them in person (listed in alphabetical order):

 

  • Cocoon House Central, 2726 Cedar Street, Everett, 425-259-6042.  This emergency shelter is available to male and female youth.

 

  • Cocoon House East, 15302 Plain View Place, Monroe, 425-259-6042.  This emergency shelter is available to single men and single women.

 

  • Cocoon House North, 525 Highland Drive, Arlington, 425-259-6042.  This emergency shelter is available to male and female youth.

 

 

  • Everett Gospel Women’s Mission, 5118 South Second Avenue, Everett, 425-252-1297.  This emergency shelter is available to single women and households with children.

 

  • Interfaith Family Shelter, 2507 Cedar Avenue, Everett, 425-303-9774.  This emergency shelter is available to households with children.

 

  • Lervick Family Village, operated by Housing Hope, 8323 272nd Street NW, Stanwood, 425-347-6556.  This emergency shelter is available to households with children.

 

  • The Salvation Army Cold Weather Shelter, 2525 Rucker Avenue, Everett, 425-259-8129.  This emergency shelter is open periodically during the cold weather months and is available to single men, single women and households with children.

 

  • Tulalip Shelter, 2817 Mission Hill Road, Tulalip, 425-716-4500.  This emergency shelter is available for households with children.

 

  • Windermere Crossroads, operated by Housing Hope, 3504 Norton, Everett, 425-347-6556.  This emergency shelter is available to households with children.

           

Emergency Motel Vouchers

A few organizations in Snohomish County share a small amount of dollars to provide temporary shelter to homeless households at area motels.  These opportunities are very limited so please contact the agencies listed below to check availability:

 

  • Compass Health, 425-349-6200.  These emergency vouchers are available to single men and single women.

 

  • The Salvation Army, 425-259-8129.  These emergency vouchers are available to single men, single women, couples without children and families with children.

 

  • Volunteers of America, 425-259-3191.  These emergency vouchers are available to single men, single women, and households with children.

 

Veterans

Veterans can obtain emergency motel vouchers, subject to availability, by calling the Snohomish County Veterans Assistance Program at 425-388-7255.  Veterans can also go to the program office at 3000 Rockefeller Avenue, Lower Level, Everett, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am to 11am and 1pm to 4pm.

 

Victims of Domestic Violence

If you are experiencing domestic violence and need a safe place to stay, please call the 24-hour crisis hotline operated by Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County at 425-252-2873.  Women with children can also call the YWCA of Seattle – King County – Snohomish County at 206-461-4882.