Friendship House shelters, feeds, clothes and heals those in need. We provide two emergency shelters, two transitional houses, a daily hot meal service and an innovative employment training program. We believe that by treating all people with respect and kindness, we can help them transform their lives into ones of self-sufficiency and abundance.
Stories of Hope
Denise and her three girls stayed at Friendship House in the fall of 2013. When their house burned down in Marysville, they didn't know where to go. Friendship House was a safe place to stay until they got back on their feet.
January 28, 2015 - Applications are due for the winter quarter of Hunger to Hope. This job training program provides an excellent opportunity for people to gain the skills necessary to enter the food service industry. To get more information and an application, please contact our Program Coordinator, Jerry.
January 2015 - In this cold weather, we can always use donations of blankets, umbrellas, and warm winter clothes! Please bring donations to the Men's House or Women's House at 1008 S Third or 922 S Third. Thank you for keeping your neighbors warm this winter!