24-Hour PAD Hotline for youth 13-17: (360) 393-0116


In Skagit County, we offer three housing programs:

HUSLY Emergency Shelter

The HUSLY (Housing Under-Served Low-income Youth) Emergency Shelter is for young adults age 18-24 who need a place to stay immediately. We provide food, a bed, showers, and staff support.
You can stay for up to 90 days. Skagit HUSLY is open 24 hours a day.

Note: HUSLY is a small, 4-bed shelter accessed through our main application process (NOT first come, first served). To find a place to stay more quickly, please call the Friendship House to request a bed.

Transitional Living Program

The Transitional Living Program (TLP) is an independent living program for homeless single or parenting individuals or couples
ages 18-24 (or ages 16-17 for emancipated minors).  

Northwest Youth Services provides you with:

        · An apartment for up to 18 months

        · Help to find a job

        · Access to health/support services

Rapid Rehousing

The Rapid Rehousing Program is a long-term, independent living program for homeless young adult individuals and parenting families, ages 18-24.

Northwest Youth Services provides:

        · Assistance finding an affordable place to live
               (with roommates or by yourself)

        · Assistance signing your own lease

        · Short-term rental assistance

        · Health/support services

·Move-in cost assistance

Skagit Office Hours

Due to our social distancing response to COVID-19, 0ur Skagit Office is currently closed for drop-in support. If you're in need of resources, please call us at (360) 630-1720. 

843 Burlington Blvd.
Burlington, WA  98233
(360) 336-1988


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Northwest Youth Services does not have housing for minors in Skagit County. Skagit youth age 13-17 can access the Oasis Teen Shelter in Mt. Vernon.