The HUSLY (Housing Under-Served Low-income Youth) Program is a short-term (up to 90 days) housing program for homeless single or parenting individuals, 18-25, in Whatcom County. This program can provide food and bus passes for participants and focuses on finding stable housing.
The Transitional Living Program (TLP) provides homeless youth with an apartment, case management, life skills classes, and supportive services. To be eligible for this program you must be between the ages of 18-21 and homeless.
The Supportive Housing Program assists homeless youth in finding an affordable place to live while providing case management, supportive services, and short term rental assistance. To be eligible for this program you must be between the ages of 18-25 and homeless.
The QYP Teen Youth Program provides a safe space for LGBTQQ teens and their allies to socialize and promote their visibility in the Whatcom County community in a positive manner.
Teen Court is a collaborative program between NW Youth Services and Whatcom County Superior Courts designed to deal with 2nd time youth offenders. Teen Court is based upon a philosophy of Restorative Justice in which: 1) the offender is held accountable 2) the victim is made whole and 3) the offender is restored to their community.
The PAD (Positive Adolescent Development) is a residential staffed house for run-away/homeless youth, with bed space for six 13-17 year olds at a time, for up to 21 days. This with an end goal to advocate for and or work with the teen at reconnecting with family and or community. Will provide intensive case management.
In light of any disabilities requiring further assistance for program accessibility, please contact our office at 360.734.9862 or visit us at 1020 North State Street.
TDD relay services number 1-800-833-6388