About SafeHouse

Shelter & Financial Assistance

SafeHouse is a program of Gender Justice League that provides direct services to transgender and gender diverse communities in Seattle and along the Olympic penninsula, with priority for trans & gender diverse BIPOC. Our services also prioritize those who have experienced houselessness, and survived gender-based violence (i.e.  domestic violence,  sexual assault, and/or exploitation in the sex trade). 

Due to grant restrictions, we are limited in who we can give financial and shelter support to. Please check the eligibility chart below to determine if you are eligible. If you are not, please still reach out to us and we will do our best to connect you to other resources.

Three Aspects of safehouse

What We Offer


We provide shelter in the form of Airbnb stays for up to a week, while we work with you to access longer term shelter/housing. Priority for funds goes to trans & gender diverse BIPOC. 

Financial Assistance

We provide small financial assistance grants. Our funding is flexible, but intended for smaller expenses such as utilities, and occasional larger expenses such as rent or a rental deposit. Priority for funds goes to trans & gender diverse BIPOC. 

Resource Navigation

We provide assistance in navigating resources related to housing, food, healthcare, transportation, and more. We can meet via phone or video to help figure out how to best support your needs. We often refer people to other resources, but sometimes we are able to provide 1:1 support while navigating systems of bureaucracy.

You Are Eligible If…

To Access Services

 Contact us at:
206-659-1506 (call or text)