A Path Out of Homelessness

Whether they come for a meal, for shelter, or just for a shower and a change of clothing, each is welcomed and treated with dignity and respect.

Our long-term housing facilities provide a safe, affordable place for individuals to transition into a life of sustainability with the support they need to continue moving toward independence.

The city of Everett isn't down and out, we're going to recover. Not only do I have a life now, but I'm excited about it! Everything is just possible here at EGM.

Men's Shelter

The only shelter for men experiencing homelessness in Snohomish County, we welcome in an average of 145 men each night. Each person in our residential program receives personalized care and is given access to nutritious meals, beds, clean clothing, spiritual support, addiction recovery, life-skills training, employment help and more.

Women's and Children's Shelter

Women and children are the fastest growing segment of Snohomish County’s homeless population. In fact, right now more than 800 mothers and children are waiting for housing in Snohomish County. But they need more than just a bed to sleep in. We house 75 women and Children at the Women’s shelter, we provide services for single woman and women with children.
I like it here, because I don't have to worry about where we're going to sleep tonight, now I can just be a kid.
I’ve lived here for 3 years. I’m so thankful that they found a place for me after my time at EGM. It’s safe, quiet and close to my job.

Harrison House

Harrison House, located in Everett, is an apartment complex focused on independent living at a subsidized cost, and is open to men and women.

Lydia House

Lydia House, located in Snohomish County, is a transitional home for women where each guest has their own room so they can work on gaining independence and practice new life-skills.
I came off the streets and started sleeping at the Mission. Now I'm working full-time and have housing. I don't know where I would be if it wasn't for their help.
After my illness took over, I lost my condo and everything in it, EGM helped me get back on my feet. And now I have housing, I live in a community I love and I’m ready to start working.

MESH Housing

For the past year, we’ve been partnering with the City of Marysville and local churches to provide additional housing for the graduates of our recovery programs. The first Micro Emergency Shelter House (MESH) was extremely successful.

See For Yourself! Take a Tour

The work we do at the Mission is not possible without the help of caring people like you. Please join us for one of our upcoming events and learn about all that we do and find out how you can get involved.

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