Transformational and empowering.

The services provided at Esther’s place are accessible to women and their children who are in a variety of challenging circumstances. Homeless, domestic violence survivors, recovering drug users are just some of the clients that utilize this low-barrier facility.

More than just breakfast and lunch, which is served daily, our services include free phones, insurance cards, sleeping bags, and other essential survival supplies. Clients can also attend life skills classes, support groups, and recovery meetings daily.


Developing relationships with each woman is our most important function on guiding them toward the resources and services on their road to self-sufficiency.

This past year, Esther’s Place served over 9000 women and served over 25,000 meals.


And, we facilitated getting over 80 women off the streets in 2019.

Esther's Place partners with many other organizations to meet the needs of these women.   This includes the YMCA, 211, Evergreen Recovery, United Healthcare, Everett Gospel Mission, New Life Church, First Presbyterian, and many other businesses, churches, and organizations.