Long-Term Housing

Picture of Everett Gospel Mission's Harrison House

A Bridge to Sustainability

“They’ll see that you take care of the poor,
that you take care of poor people in trouble,
provide a warm, dry place in bad weather,
provide a cool place when it’s hot.”
– Isaiah 25:4 (MSG)

Long-term housing is a vital bridge for many single men and women ready to take the next step in their journey out of homelessness. Everett Gospel Mission provides facilities that offer transitional living for those who have graduated from the Mission programs.

Our long-term housing facilities provide a safe, affordable place for individuals to transition into a life of sustainability with the support they need to continue moving toward independence.

We currently have two long-term housing locations. Lydia House, located in Snohomish County, is a transitional home for women where each guest has their own room so they can work on gaining independence and practice new life-skills. Harrison House, located in Everett, is an apartment complex focused on independent living at a subsidized cost, and is open to men and women.