How can I reshape the
future of Seattle?
What does it take to fund
a woman for a week?
At Jubilee Women's Center,
we look beyond the “homeless woman” and see a unique individual dealing
with complex circumstances. Our job is to empower her with the time and tools
to heal from the past, to see the possibilities in her future, and to access the
opportunities to make them a reality.
We support women experiencing
poverty to build stable and
Lack of affordable housing, income inequality, and high costs of living are forcing more women into emergency shelters, tent cities, vehicles, couch surfing, and other unsafe and tenuous living conditions.
Without a living-wage job ($22/hour in Seattle), it is difficult to afford housing. Add the complexities of domestic abuse, addiction, mental or physical health challenges, felony record, debt, or cultural expectations, and a woman can find herself trapped in a cycle of poverty and homelessness.
women settled into stable housing and worked on laying a foundation for self-sufficiency
additional women filled basic needs with our free referrals, classes, computers, and clothing
hours of service
Jubilee's two-year residential program advances each woman on her path to success.
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