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Jubilee Womens Center

Transitional Housing
Seattle, WA
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620 18th Avenue East
Seattle, WA - 98112

(206) 324-1244 Click to call There are 2 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Fax Number: (206) 329-3320 info@jwcenter.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Jubilee Womens Center

Last-Modified: 2020-11-10 15:20:00

Jubilee's goal is to provide women a safe and supportive place to live and an opportunity to learn while becoming self-reliant in housing and employment. At Jubilee, they are led by the guiding principle that all women are to be treated with respect and dignity. By valuing the inherent gifts and talents of every woman, they focus on the positive place within her. This unique philosophy, coupled with their extensive support services, helps women make permanent change from the inside out. Main Office Hours: Monday & Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.Closed Saturday, Sunday & Holidays*

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: Jubilee Women’s Center supports women experiencing poverty to build stable and fulfilling futures, one extraordinary woman at a time. Led by the guiding principle that women of all races and cultures are to be treated with respect and dignity, Jubilee provides programs and services that empower women to make positive life changes.

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There are 2 reviews

Anonymous - Jan 5, 2021

Hello, At the end of November I was kicked out and I went to go stay with one of my friends, her sister and her three kids. The rent is $2300 per month and we’re splitting it in three which is around $800 per month. At the beginning of December I started a job and I was getting about 25-30 hours a week which was okay. Now I’m barely getting 10 hours and I can barely afford to pay the rent and eat. Also, I had to drop out of college. To pay off my friend, I’m going to use my tax return to help cover the rental fee. On top of that, I have a dental bill every month that I can barely afford to pay off. Also, I’ve been consistently applying for jobs and I am getting no where. Believe me...I am trying my very best. I believe in hard work to get to my goals, but it feels like I’m getting no where. I have no where else to go. My only family member that lives here in Washington is my mother and I can’t go back there. I’ve tried to apply for section 8 but the listings are closed. I’m actively trying to get my license, a car, and my own apartment. I just need somewhere to stay until I get back on my feet. Do you guys have any availability? Thank you so much for hearing me out.

Anonymous - Jan 13, 2021

I really look forward to getting into this program. Ive been clean for 6 months now and am so ready to look for employment. I love how this program is designed around faith, case management, counseling and job placement. This is exactly everything I’m looking for. I Look forward to hearing back from staff soon. Thank you, GOD BLESS!

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