Clallam County Community Shelters

Night by Night Shelter

The night by night shelter is open to all adults. This shelter is low barrier, which means that there are no ID or income requirements. Sobriety is not a requirement for entry but this is a clean space - no using on site. Warm meals are provided every evening and showers and laundry services are available. Couples will not be separated and pets are allowed. If pets pose a safety hazard to others (biting and attacking), they must be in a carrier. Occasionally, we may have a carrier available that we can supply.

Hours: 8:00PM to 6:00AM every evening

Van Runs: 7:00PM

Van Pick Up Location: Beside the pool next to PAPD


Emergency Family Shelter

The Emergency Family Shelter provides a temporary living situation for households with at least one adult and one child who are experiencing homelessness or fleeing domestic violence. This program runs in 45 day cycles with the possibility of extension depending on where the family is in their search for employment and housing.

Think your family may be eligible? Call the intake line at: (360)565-5041

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Beat the Streets!

Beat the Streets is a program designed to partner with individuals as they transition from homelessness into permanent housing. Offered to the currently homeless residents of Clallam County, the BTS program provides temporarily extended stays at the shelter. The purpose of this program is to give people the tools they need to move into permanent housing and sustain that housing through education and employment. Throughout the course of their time in the program, BTS members work with housing specialists at the Housing Resource Center in order to determine the plan most suitable to their situation and receive support services. At the end of the program, BTS volunteers will move out of the shelter with their new housing and employment established. What a way to beat the streets!

What I like about the BTS program is that I’ve been able to recall the different skills that I had while working in an office. It’s been nice to regain the skills that I thought I’d lost.
— BTS Alumna

Contact Shelter Services


2321 W. 18th St, Port Angeles, WA 98362