When it's freezing cold,
you walk all night, just to stay alive...
- a Cold Weather Shelter guest
That's why we open the Cold Weather Shelter...
so that no one in Monroe
has to worry about freezing to death.
The shelter opens
on any night from November 15th to March 15th when the temperature is forecast to fall below 32 degrees
When it's cold, call our hotline to confirm the shelter is open.
updated daily by 2pm
New Hope Fellowship
1016 West Main Street
In the house between the Church and Compass Health
Open 8pm to 8am
Opens at 9pm on Wednesdays
Closes at 7am on Sundays
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when the shelter opens
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Take Action - what's your next step?
During the winter of 2015 - 16, the Shelter gave homeless individuals a warm, safe place to be sheltered from the freezing cold 128 times. They depend on all of us, and we depend entirely upon volunteers to keep the cold weather shelter open.
The Cold Weather Shelter is made possible through the Monroe Cold Weather Alliance. The Alliance coordinates trainings and scheduling of volunteers. Take the Next Step is the fiscal agent for the Alliance.
You can help:
- Join a volunteer team to staff the shelter - we usually have two teams each night
- Set up and take down cots, bedding, and supplies
- Learn more about becoming a Cold Weather Shelter Volunteer INFORMATION HERE >
Our shelter volunteers receive training through the Snohomish County Medical Reserve Corps. Training takes about two hours. Upon completion, volunteers are certified and are covered by Medical Reserve Corp insurance while working in the shelter.
For more information and general inquiries EMAIL US >