New Bethlehem Programs

In need of shelter?

Call the family shelter intake line: 206.245.1026


Visit the New Bethlehem Day Center at 8045 120th Avenue NE Suite 100 Kirkland, WA 98033
Day Center Days and Hours: Monday – Friday: 10:00am – 2:00 pm

New Bethlehem Programs offer day center and shelter services for families that are experiencing homelessness. Read more below about programs offered.

Interested in getting involved? New Bethlehem offers a Tutoring and Activity Time (T.A.T) program for the kiddos at our shelter every Sunday from 3-5pm. Volunteers for the tutoring program should be 18 and older or will otherwise need a parent. For more information, please email

We thank you for your continued support of our hot meal donations at New Bethlehem and Baymont Hotel.  We are experiencing a low donation rate. 

Please help if you and can and we appreciate all you do to support our programs!

Below is the link to our sign-up page for food donations. It can also be accessed by going to our website through catholic community services.

Main Contact

Phone: 425-679-0354


New Bethlehem Day Center
8045 120th Avenue NE Suite 100
Kirkland, WA 98033
Phone: 425-679-0354
Hours: Monday – Friday: 10:00am – 2:00 pm

New Bethlehem Place Shelter
8045 120th Ave NE Suite 100
Kirkland, WA 98033
Phone: 425-679-0354

Mail Donations To:
Catholic Community Services
Attn: Fund Development
100 23rd Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98144-5979

The New Bethlehem Day Center

The New Bethlehem Place Day Center in Kirkland provides a welcoming and resource-rich daytime destination for families on the east side of King County who are experiencing homelessness. New Bethlehem provides easy access to essential services including showers, grab-and-go meals, laundry, onsite case management, and a comprehensive network which works together to return families to stable permanent housing as soon as possible.

The New Bethlehem Place Shelter

The New Bethlehem Place Shelter provides enhanced 24/7, enhanced shelter to families experiencing homelessness. Families enrolled in the shelter program have access to case management to identify and address barriers to housing.

Hotel Shelter

New Bethlehem Place is also operating a hotel-based shelter in response to the pandemic. By providing non-congregate shelter options, NBP is reducing occupancy at the main shelter facility while increasing the number of families experiencing homelessness that can receive services.