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William Booth Center

Short-Term Transitional Programs (TSP):

Accommodations at the Northwest William Booth Center consist largely of dormitory bunkbeds, with a limited number of single occupancy rooms. For these programs The Salvation Army partners with various agencies, including:  FareStart, King County Veterans Program, State of Washington Department of Veterans Affairs, and the City of Seattle (Bill’s Beds).

Veterans’ Transitional Program (VTP): 

In addition to housing, this VA grant and per diem program provides three meals a day, as well as client-centered case management which places an emphasis on progressing to permanent housing. For more information on the Veteran's Transitional Program, click HERE

Transitional Living Program (TLP):

In this HUD-subsidized program, participants reside in individual rooms with shared lavatory facilities. Case managers work closely with TLP clients to help them prepare for, and ultimately move into, sustainable permanent housing.

Off-Site Shelters: 

The SoDo Shelter is a partnership between The Salvation Army, the City of Seattle and King County, that provides an enhanced 24/7 shelter accommodating 241 individuals experiencing homelessness. This site is specifically set up to meet CDC and King County Public Health social distancing guidelines.  This allows The Salvation Army to maximize services and support to people experiencing homelessness while mitigating the impact of COVID-19 on our guests and employees.  This enhanced Shelter provides case managers, housing navigators, and mental health staff providing holistic services that focus on quickly moving our guests from crisis to stability and on to transitional/permanent housing solutions and long-term self-sufficiency based on their needs and abilities as identified in their self-directed housing stability plan.