“What matters most to the youth is them just being able to be heard”– Musea W., former youth program participant and current Neighborhood House staff
Meet Amanda and Musea, young leaders in our Neighborhood House community.
We provide services to address the needs of entire families, with a focus on low-income community members, public housing residents, immigrants, and refugees.
One of Neighborhood House’s guiding values is community. We welcome all, embrace diversity, and foster belonging. Are you looking to get involved with your community?
community members served in 2022
of these community members identify as BIPOC
staff members who speak over 40 languages
donors supporting the mission
Neighborhood House has been providing services to low income communities since 1906. Learn about the 100 year history of Neighborhood House in the Seattle and King County region.
Catch up on articles and coverage of Neighborhood House’s services and advocacy efforts in local press outlets such as the Seattle Times, Crosscut, and KUOW.
Along with our new mission, vision, and values, this three-year plan sets priorities, focuses our resources, and holds ourselves accountable to our staff and clients.