You deserve rest.

You are not alone in your effort to find a safe place to sleep. At REST, we have three primary ways we can help you find a place to stay—whether you’re looking for short-term shelter, a longer residential program, independent, or permanent housing. Not all housing options are immediately available, but we will do what we can to support you in finding a safe place to sleep.

The best way to connect to any of our services initially is to call or text our 24/7 Hotline.


REST Emergency Shelter

The REST Emergency Shelter is designed specifically for women (cis and transgender) ages 18+ who are looking for a short-term place to rest and consider their next steps. Guests are not required to be clean, sober, or out of the sex trade to stay at our shelter. Initial length of stay is 30 days, with the opportunity for extensions.


Community Advocates

REST Community Advocates are here to partner with you to achieve your self-identified goals—whether that’s finding a short-term place to stay or a permanent housing option. They have a lot of knowledge about local shelters, programs, and housing connections—and can work with you to find a place to fit your needs.


REST House

The REST House is a recovery-oriented residential program for women aged 18–30. REST House residents can stay for up to one-year and participate in supporting services like trauma counseling and team-based case management while pursuing the life goals that are most important to them.