Neighborhood House partners with diverse individuals and families to build community and achieve their goals for health, education and self-sufficiency.
We envision healthy, diverse and welcoming communities in King County, where all people thrive.
Founded in 1906, Neighborhood House is one of the oldest social service agencies in the Puget Sound region. In response to a growing low-income community in 1941, we began providing self-sufficiency and support services for families moving to Yesler Terrace. In 1959, we became an independent nonprofit.
Today, we continue to provide these services to address the needs of entire families, with a focus on low-income community members, public housing residents, immigrants and refugees. We serve over 12,000 people annually through our major program areas of early learning, youth education, family and social services, employment and adult education, health, and housing stability.
Learn more about our agency's history by clicking here
Read "From Settlement House to Neighborhood House: 1906-1976" by Jean Devine
See our 2016 We Are Seattle visual presentation created by Louise Kurabi
Our annual report
In an effort to save on printing costs and to fulfill our goal to become a greener agency, we've produced an electronic version of our 2017 annual report. You may also read our most recent 990.
2016 annual report
2015 annual report
2014 annual report
2013 annual report