Healing Begins With Belonging.
At Esther’s Place, Developing a meaningful connection to each individual “Esther,” is our most important function to help them connect with critical resources and services on their road to self-sufficiency. Creating a safe, warm, and clean place for women leading difficult lives to find a welcoming community and hot meals during the day – and then helping them to find them safe, permanent, and sustainable housing is our mission.
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Judy Radio Interview
Judy Hoff, our founder was recently interviewed on the Carrie Abbot Show
Judy describes what challenges and successes have seen the Hoff Foundation and Esther’s Place overcome and thrive. The goal has always been uplifting women.Take a listen to the interview: https://carrieabbott.com/
To provide a safe place for homeless women to be during the day as they connect to community, resources, and housing.
We accomplish our mission by providing day shelter, Monday through Friday, two hot meals a day, and programs that support a woman’s recovery and efforts towards self-sufficiency.
Women who are homeless, but employed, are connected to our housing program, New Creations Housing. Currently, our three group homes in Marysville can provide two-year transitional housing for up to 36 women at a time. The residents pay a low monthly rent while they work towards self-sufficiency.
That all women who find themselves in a housing crisis in Everett, regardless of their faith, race, creed, or culture find a safe place at Esther’s Place.
We envision adequate facilities, including an industrial kitchen, showers, bathrooms, and laundry facilities. We imagine classroom spaces, administrative offices, and programs that serve the whole woman, from her initial welcome to her “Welcome home.”
We care about the needs of the whole person, including: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and financial. Our vision is to meet the needs of the women we serve, whatever their needs might be.
We align our values with the idea that all human beings deserve a safe place to be and access to resources to help them overcome any crisis they may face at any time in their lives.
We envision a community where it would go without question that homeless women and homeless women with children who sought help to overcome thier crisis would find it easily in a loving, compassionate, and supportive community.