Neighborhood House locations
Family and Social Services centers
At our Family and Social Services centers, conveniently located within public housing communities across Seattle and King County, clients can access Neighborhood House's comprehensive and culturally appropriate services. We offer everything from case management to transportation.
Early Childhood Education centers
For decades, Neighborhood House has provided free, high-quality Head Start preschool for children aged 3 to 5. Our Head Start classrooms are located in four convenient sites. Our Early Head Start program, headquartered at the NewHolly community, offers home-based support and education for expectant mothers, families and children from birth to age 3. Our Parent-Child Home Program at Rainier Vista and Yesler Terrace provides home-based instruction for children aged 2 to 3, preparing them for school success by increasing language and literacy skills.
Youth Tutoring and Resource centers
Our tutoring centers help youth develop the academic skills they need to succeed. We are located in public housing communities and schools in South King County.
Epstein building: Family Support, Administration and The Voice
The Jesse Epstein building, located in Yesler Terrace, is home to our Early Childhood Education family support staff, administrative offices and The Voice. The Voice is a monthly newspaper distributed to public housing residents in Seattle and King County, social service providers, politicians and those interested in issues surrounding low-income populations.
Epstein (view map)
905 Spruce St.
Seattle, WA 98104
Neighborhood House staff are also conveniently located in offices managed by partner agencies throughout King County.
Financial Empowerment centers
Financial Empowerment centers provide free, professional, one-on-one financial education, counseling, and coaching to help people to become financially stable.