OUR SERVICES

THE GENESIS PROJECT is a Seattle-based collection of local staff, volunteers, law enforcement officers, state legislators, churches, community groups, and international partner organizations. Together, we Rescue, Restore, and Release girls.

Girls come by referrals from survivors or from partnerships with local police and the FBI Child Exploitation Task Force.

Rescue:

Girls come by referrals from survivors or from partnerships with local police and the FBI Child Exploitation Task Force.

Immediate Needs: Women arrive at our center to have their basic needs met. This includes shelter, food, hygiene, clothing, and a safe place to rest.

Restoration:

Education & Rehabilitation: Providing counseling, job and life skills classes, paid internship opportunities, transportation to medical appointments and court, legal counsel, and access to educational programs such as GED completion.

Release:

Referral to safe housing: Currently, The Genesis Project refers clients to safe houses and residential programs through partnering organizations. We ensure that a woman is able to get to the safe house (often providing transportation) and walk with her every step of the way to ensure her success.

THREE WAYS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED:

STAY INFORMED

You can keep in touch by emailing info@gpseattle.net and requesting to be signed up for our E-newsletter.

CONTRIBUTE FINANCIALLY

You can contribute financially online or text your donation amount to 206-539-1568 to help us expand our work and enlarge our impact in the community.

VOLUNTEER

You can help by donating items or volunteering your time and talents.

If you are in “the life” and are in need of services, please contact The Genesis Project at 206.592.2362 or email us at info@gpseattle.net

Hours of operation:

Monday: 11 am – 4 pm
Tuesday: 10 am – 4 pm
Wednesday: 10 am – 4 pm
Thursday: 10 am – 4 pm
Friday: 11 am – 4 pm
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

Our center facilities provide the following services:

  • Food
  • Clothing & Laundry
  • Hygiene & Shower
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Case Management
  • Lay Counseling
  • Legal Support
  • Job & Life Skill Classes
  • Transportation to Appointments & Court Dates
  • GED Completion Program
  • Resource & Legal Referral
  • Community Service Fulfillment Opportunities
  • Paid Client Internship Program
  • & more