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We would love to have you join us on one of our fun events to support Hospitality House, see our upcoming events. for more information

Shelter Location

We are located at
1419 SW 150th St
Burien, WA 98166

(206) 242-1860

Day time office hours: M-F 8am-6pm Open each night of the year at 6:00pm

Seeking Shelter?

Looking for shelter or help? Please check bed availability and requirements we would love to help

Latest News

We’re hiring! If you have a passion for helping homeless women obtain home, health, and hope, check out our job listings on Indeed or click the links below! Overnight Shelter Staff Weekend Day Shelter Staff Case Manager *We recognize that individuals’ experiences with oppression based on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, and beyond – can disproportionately factor into homelessness. We believe our residents are best supported when our staff has an intersectional lens. This is why we strongly encourage … read more

Every now and then we get a call from former clients for a check-in. It’s nice to hear from them, find out what their new goals are, and just help them remember that they have folks in their corner. Sometimes we get a call from them asking for a little extra hand. This month, a former resident asked for some aid. She had paid off some debt, but needed help filling in a few gaps. We received so much of … read more

Happy May! This month’s Donations Needed list got a big update. We asked for a lot of personal supplies like makeup, body wash, and vitamins over the last couple of months, and our donors showed up and showed out! Knocking those off the list meant we could make room for more house oriented needs, like a new broom, a counter organizer for the bathroom (9 residents means we need to be creative with storage space!), and surge protectors to replace … read more

I like to think of Hospitality House as a place where residents can experience the hope and renewal of Springtime year round. Upon entry, each resident receives a new pair of pajamas to give them a fresh start. A new pair of slippers to say, “welcome home.” Toiletries, makeup, and food to help give them stamina and confidence to face the days ahead. It’s amazing what happens to people when they are treated as people and not as an inconvenience … read more

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