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Georgia’s House is a homeless shelter in Bremerton, WA that helps low-income, displaced homeless women and their children. Operated by the Weaver Foundation in partnership with Wind of the Spirit Ministries.

  • Health & Wellness
    Resources for Survivors of Sexual & Domestic Violence
  • Essential Services

The Georgia Mattson Memorial Shelter is a 501 (c) (3) organization and is managed by The Weaver Foundation. Low-income homeless and women who have experienced domestic violence are helped through our program. All clients are referred by other non-profit agencies in the Kitsap Community. In the year 2017 we helped 176 women.

We have five separate bedrooms and can house 22 individuals. Our staff consist of all volunteers who are willing to show compassion as well as provide listening ears and hearts.
Our primary focus is providing shelter and everyday living necessities to women over age 18 while they are working to overcome their homeless circumstances. Neither The Weaver Foundation nor The Georgia Mattson Memorial Shelter discriminate in regards to race or beliefs.