Weather Policy, Emergency Shelters, and Day Center Information

Update: 10:09 a.m., Monday, March 4, 2024

From KCHRA: "With persistent overnight low temperatures in the forecast, KCRHA is extending the Tier 2 Severe Weather Response Protocols through the morning of Friday, March 8, 2024, in accordance with our Severe Weather Policy.  A Tier 2 activation means that the KCRHA is working to coordinate with cities to open additional 24/7 emergency shelters and warming centers, as well as several other activities which are outlined in our Cold Weather Activation Thresholds document."


Inclement Weather Policy

We generally follow the Issaquah School District weather closure policy; if the school district is closed or delayed, we are also closed or delayed, unless posted otherwise here and on social media. Please check our pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates.

If you need emergency shelter, start with the list of resources below. If you need additional assistance or resources, contact Nicole, 206-532-1788.

For immediate assistance to access shelter or other resources, call 2-1-1 or 800-621-4636, Monday-Friday 8am-6pm. After hours, call 866-427-4747.

Mary's Place (families with children)

  • For families with children who are unsheltered (living outside, in a car, etc.): 206-245-1026

King County 2-1-1 (Crisis Connections)

  • Links to the latest brochure of emergency shelters: Click here

REACH Center of Hope

Friends of Youth (young adults and minors)

The Sophia Way (women only)

Congregations for the Homeless (men only)

Noel House Programs (women with or without children)

New Bethlehem Project (families with children)