Volunteers open a homeless shelter in town whenever temperatures fall below 32 degrees.
Whenever temperatures drop below freezing, a volunteer-run Cold Weather Shelter is available to open November 1st through March 1st. The shelter is open to families, men, and women who are in need of a warm place to sleep for the night. We also have crates for animals, should guests have a pet. The shelter operates out of Snohomish Evangelical Free Church located at 210 Avenue B.
This church is on the bus line and Pastor Rick Sickles and his congregation graciously share the use of their basement for the shelter.
Guests check in between the hours of 8 and 9:30 pm. Hot beverages and cup-of-noodles are available along with breakfast in the morning. Check out is at 8 am.
You can sign up to receive a text or email whenever the shelter is opened this winter.