Broadview Shelter & Transitional Housing provides housing for homeless women and children in a secure, confidential facility. Most Broadview residents are domestic violence survivors, and two-thirds are children.
Our mission is to help residents cope with the trauma of displacement and abuse, address the issues that led to their homelessness, develop a strong community support system, and find and secure permanent housing.
Each Broadview family stays in their own furnished apartment with onsite staffing 24 hours/day, 365 days/year. Household supplies, personal hygiene items, bus tickets and emergency food are also available.
A safe haven for homeless women & children
Broadview offers a broad range of comprehensive support services onsite including:
24-hour crisis intervention
goal setting and weekly progress meetings
domestic violence education and support groups
addiction recovery services
access and referrals to healthcare
resource referrals for education, food, legal services and housing
To help restore a sense of safety, normalcy and structure, Broadview offers specialized services for children, including:
Broadview has two completely wheelchair accessible units and can accommodate large and extended families. In addition, Broadview has a full-time ESL case manager dedicated to working with limited-English proficient families to help them navigate services and secure housing.
This video shows the long-term, positive impact the Broadview community can have on the families.
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To donate, please contact Symone at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.299.2534.
For confidential Domestic Violence shelter services, call...
Toll Free: 1.877.622.3122
Broadview’s Transitional Housing program can no longer accept direct referrals from families or providers. For a referral to this program at Solid Ground, you must complete an assessment through King County’s Coordinated Entry and Assessment system via Family Housing Connection. Family Housing Connection provides a single access point for shelter and housing resources. If you are pregnant or an adult with at least one child in your care and do not have a place to stay, schedule an appointment by calling 2.1.1 or 1.800.621.4636 to:
Meet with a Family Housing Connection specialist
Receive a follow up phone call when a housing resource becomes available
Meet with housing staff to ensure the best fit for your family
For confidential Domestic Violence shelter services or general questions about Broadview, call...
206.299.2500 | Toll Free: 1.877.622.3122 (TTY: 7.1.1)
Broadview Shelter c/o Solid Ground
1501 North 45th Street
Seattle, WA 98103-6708