SHELTER: West Seattle Veteran Center offers a warm place to sleep

(Photo courtesy West Seattle Veteran Center)

Tonight and every night for the rest of this week, temperatures are expected to drop into the 30s. If you know someone – or see someone – who needs a place to get in out of the cold, the West Seattle Veteran Center has opened its doors. From Keith Hughes:

The West Seattle Veteran Center Cold Weather Shelter opened this evening and will remain open at least through Friday night. The Center is open to all that need a warm place to sleep, veteran or not. It is beautiful with the newly painted walls and newly refinished maple hardwood floors.

The center is in The Triangle at 3618 SW Alaska (here’s a map).

6 Replies to "SHELTER: West Seattle Veteran Center offers a warm place to sleep"

  • Cozy December 1, 2020 (7:17 pm)


  • Hammer in Hand December 1, 2020 (8:01 pm)

    Keep up the good work thanks for all you do!!

  • Olivia December 1, 2020 (8:40 pm)

    It’s heartwarming to see this community take care of one another. Thank you, veterans. 

  • Mari December 1, 2020 (11:41 pm)

    Thank you Veteran’s Center. What a fabulous way to help the community. 🙏🏽💜

  • Jimbo December 2, 2020 (7:47 am)

    Who is irresponsible for monitoring the individuals who sleep there, is there some sort of security guard to protect individuals? Is this open only for males? Are families also welcome? What type of donations do they need?

  • Lola December 3, 2020 (2:42 pm)

    Keith,Thank you for making it possible for the homeless to come in out of the cold.  I know we had a baby shower here last year and we donated any leftover food as you said you feed the homeless and give them a place to sleep.  

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