Women finding community

Women transforming their lives

Women gaining new skills, strengths and life

 

PLEASE NOTE: EGH Day Center and offices will be closed from June 30th through July 5th.

 

We welcome individual women to Elizabeth Gregory Home’s Day Center and Transitional Housing Program.*

Why EGH

Elizabeth Gregory Home provides hope and help to hundreds of homeless and at-risk women in the greater Seattle area each year.  We offer compassionate care through our drop-in Day Center, Transitional Housing program and case management services. 

What EGH Needs

Our Day Center depends on donated items to provide for the essential needs of our clients. From shampoo to reading glasses, there are many items you can donate to EGH to help women experiencing homelessness.

Inspiring Women's Stories

Women who experience homelessness and housing insecurity come to EGH for transitional housing, a drop-in day center with a range of essential services, individual care management and a sense of belonging. Hear what our clients have to say.

News

Healthcare at EGH

Healthcare at EGH

We are so pleased to have students from the University of Washington’s Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program coming into our Day Center each week! Our guests can receive blood pressure checks, foot care, check-in for ongoing medical conditions and...

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Events

Save the Date!

Save the Date!

Elizabeth Gregory Home will be holding our SPRING LUNCHEON on Friday, March 8, 2024 from Noon to 1pm at the Hyatt at Olive 8 in Seattle. We’ll gather in community to raise awareness and funds benefiting our programs that serve women experiencing homelessness. Visit...

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Gratitude

Being Kind to the Environment

Being Kind to the Environment

No more plastic laundry detergent jugs for EGH! Earth Breeze recently donated enough detergent sheets for our laundry at the Elizabeth Gregory Home Day Center for the next year and beyond! For every package of Laundry Detergent Eco Sheets purchased, Earth Breeze...

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*Families or men in need of assistance can call the 211 resource line or visit www.wa211.org for resources

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