Winter Shelter Locations and Information


Updated List of Winter Shelter Locations

Daytime Resources:
Senior Centers are open today 8am-4pm. People of all ages who want to stay warm and spend time with others are welcome to visit.  This message can go out now. Please distribute widely.

45821 Railroad Avenue

715 Pacific
Hours: Weekdays 8am-4pm

1011 Greenleaf Ave
Hours: Weekdays 8am-4pm

Mount Vernon
The Mount Vernon Senior Center will be open as a warming center from 8:00am-4:30pm Saturday and Sunday.
1401 Cleveland Ave
Weekdays 8am-4pm

1701 22nd Street
Weekdays 8am-4pm

Locations around Skagit County are available for those who need shelter.

Where: Concrete Volunteer Fire Department, 45396 Main Street, Concrete
When: Beginning at 5pm Friday, Feb 8

Anacortes Corps of The Salvation Army, 3001 R Avenue, Anacortes. The shelter is open daily from 5:30pm-7:30am through mid-February. Single adults can access the shelter by going directly to the R Avenue location. Friendly dogs are welcome. Breakfast and Dinner are provided.

Mount Vernon
Open nightly at the Mount Vernon Seventh Day Adventist Church through late March. To access the shelter on a night-by-night basis, guests must visit Friendship House’s Administrative Office at 1002 S. Third Street, Mount Vernon between 5 and 6pm to get on the list. Guests will meet vans at 6:45pm to be taken over to the church shelter. Background checks will be completed only to screen for violent crimes and sex offenses. Friendly dogs are welcome. Dinner is available at Friendship House café from 5:30-6:30pm, and limited sack breakfasts are available at the shelter.

Other Shelters
Families seeking shelter should visit the Housing Resource Center at Community Action (330 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon, WA) or the Anacortes Family Center at 2702 Commercial Avenue, Anacortes, WA. Call 360-416-7585 to check hours.

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