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Serenity House of Clallam County
P.O. Box 4047
2203 West 18th Street
Port Angeles, WA 98363

Tel: (360) 452-7224
Fax: (360) 452-0806

Email: serenity@serenityhouseclallam.org


Families and individuals experiencing homelessness have varying needs.  Serenity House offers a variety of services to address the particular needs of each person. 

Services include:

  • Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Assistance is provided to families and individuals at risk of losing their housing due to a change in their financial situation. To apply, visit or call your nearest Housing Resource Center, listed below
  • Emergency Housing is available to families and individuals.  Family Shelter Services has four apartment units for families at two locations, with a 45 day maximum stay.  The Single Adult Shelter has 40 beds in a congregate facility with sections for both men and women, with a 45 day maximum stay.
  • Transitional Housing is designed for families and individuals who require longer-term assistance with housing, plus supportive services. Evergreen Family Village, Serenity Court and Cornerstone place families in apartments owned or leased by Serenity House.  Transitions To Housing and One Family-One Home are “transition-in-place” programs that place families in rentals in the community, with the intention that they won’t have to move to a different rental when they complete the program.  Maximum program length varies from three months to two years.
  • Permanent Supportive Housing serves adults who need a little life-management assistance to maintain stable housing, due to physical, mental and/or emotional challenges.
  • Homeless Youth can access drop-in services at the Dream Center, including case management and provision of basic needs, such as food, hygiene items, clothing, shower and laundry facilities, and use of phones and computers.
  • Case Management and Living Skills Training are provided to participants of all housing programs, including the homeless youth drop-in center and the homelessness prevention programs. Case management entails assessing each homeless person’s needs and helping them achieve goals they set for themselves through participation in agency-sponsored services or connecting them with other community resources. Living skills information is provided in-house on parenting, hygiene and health care, budgeting, household management, and building personal and interpersonal skills that promote good self-esteem and healthy relationships with others.
  • Child Care Center at the Commons serves the community at-large, as well as program participants. Children ages 12 months through 12 years enjoy nutritious meals and snacks, and age-appropriate educational pre-school and after-school programs. Apply at the center, 2203 W. 18th, Port Angeles or call 452-9599
  • Housing Resource Centers:

    Port Angeles: 520 E. First St. (at Albert St.) (360) 565-5041 Open M-T-Th-F 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. - Wed 12 noon -5 p.m.

    Sequim: 583 W. Washington Street (360) 477-4918 - Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. M-Th-F - 1-5 p.m. T-W

    West End: 255 Founders Way., Forks (360) 565-5041

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