Salvation Army Homeless Shelter Olympia
Olympia, WA 98501
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Check in time: For Men: 7 pm, first come first serve. For Women 5pm and 8pm. Curfew 9pm.
Salvation Army Olympia has no beds for family. Serves only single men and women. Mens beds are on the second floor.
All guests must participate in a program consisting of regular job search, counseling and financial savings (i.e. SA will hold onto 85%
of a guest's income until they enter more permanent housing or leave the shelter for other reasons).
The Salvation Army in Olympia is the largest and best known shelter in town. It has the advantage of being downtown, and having meals prepared there. Guests must leave first thing in the morning. Salvation Army requires that guests show their ID. There are 42 beds for single men, 12 beds for single women.
If guests leave for one night, they are not allowed to return for 60 days unless they have permission from their counselor to leave that particular night.
Be a volunteer. Call Salvation Army Homeless Shelter Olympia at (360) 352-8596 for current volunteer work opportunities.
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