Women finding community
Women transforming their lives
Women gaining new skills, strengths and life
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.
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.
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.
Located just a few blocks from the University of Washington's Seattle campus, Elizabeth Gregory Home is thankful to our neighbors at the UW. From UW med students treating our clients through University District Street Medicine to UW Social Work and Public Health...
A suitcase. A container for clothes and other belongings. Most of us think about luggage only when we are traveling on vacation or for work or to visit family. But to others, luggage is much more essential. It is needed to carry groceries if you don’t own a car....
At Elizabeth Gregory Home, we are taking things one day at a time, one hour at a time, and sometimes, one minute at a time. New public health measures and information are announced daily about COVID-19 and how to optimize the health and safety of staff, volunteers,...