521 Legion Way SE Olympia, Wa (this address is for walk-ins, shelter location is intentionally hidden)
(360) 754-6300 24/7/365
Contact SafePlace's helpline if you are experiencing domestic abuse. SafePlace provides a 24hr helpline, walk-in advocacy for people in need of sexual/domestic violence resources, housing programs (rental assistance, housing placement, etc.), as well as an ADA accessible domestic violence shelter for high risk adults and children.
Owns several shelters in Olympia area
Also provides a mailing address for all houseless people among other resources. Service animals and companion pets are okay, sobriety is not required, no ID is required for bed placement. Single adults and couples without dependent children are prioritized.
Provides shelters, housing and rent services for homeless and at-risk youth ages 12-24 in Thurston and Pierce counties.
Rosie’s Place (360) 943-0780 ext. 186
520 Pear St. SE Olympia, WA 98501
Overnight Shelter (9p-8:30a)
Provides a drop-in safe space for homeless and at-risk youth ages 12-24 to socialize, get food, clothing and hygiene supplies, talk confidentially with outreach workers, get crisis counseling/intervention, and access resources. Also doubles as an overnight shelter from 9pm to 8 am on all days, including federal holidays.
Young Adult Housing (360) 480 -1064
Overnight Shelter — Visit Salvation Army office Mon - Fri between 8:15am - 10:30am for bed availability
For single men and women, the Hans K. Lemcke Emergency Lodge provide a warm bed and a clean shower to those in need. 24 men's beds and 16 women's beds.
Family Support Center of the South Sound
(360) 754-9297 ext. 200 3545 7th Ave, Suite 200 Olympia WA 98502
Only houseless families and pregnant women qualify. If you and your family are currently experiencing homelessness (sleeping in a tent, car, shed, or other location not meant for habitation), please contact FSCSS’s Homeless Family Services Program at the number listed.
413 Franklin Street NE, Olympia, WA 98501
Combined emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing. Serves homeless men and women who first screened through SideWalk’s coordinated entry and are rated as the most vulnerable members in Thurston County.
Housing Authority of Thurston County
1206 12th Ave SE, Olympia, WA 98501
Families with children can apply for very limited funds to stop evictions and prevent homelessness. Operates 4 units of emergency housing for families with children. Provides 30-90 days of shelter.