The Matt Talbot Center provides a shared path for individuals desiring to change their lives by becoming clean and sober in a way that addresses housing, health and other basic needs, and vocational goals while providing spiritual ministry to those who seek it. Our mission is to empower our program members to remain engaged in their recoveries, take responsibility for their actions and family obligations, and move toward the futures they want for themselves. The Matt Talbot Center exists to meet the needs in spirit, mind, and body of those that come seeking assistance. MTC is a nonprofit outpatient program and no one is turned away due to an inability to pay.
Matt Talbot Center's Loss is Heaven's Gain
Sharon Abrams, Claudette Chomos, and Jeanne Marie Lee were three founding pillars of the Matt Talbot Center. They, along with their husbands and families believed in our mission, supported our work, made their presence felt, and encouraged us to do more for the “least and the lost”. They each, in their own way, were part of what Matt Talbot Center has become over the years. Know that their grace,
their faith, and their concern for the homeless families and individuals will continue in their memory. Know that they will be missed, but not forgotten. Our Loss Is Heaven’s Gain!
With all our love, and gratitude to God,
Gregory K. Alex, MA, CDC
Holidays During COVID-19
For everyone’s safety during these times, we distributed gift cards and delivered meals rather than our traditional in-person events.
In lieu of the Christmas dinner, we provided meals to the locations that serve our members: Immanuel housing, Traugott Terrace, Blaine Shelter, and Bunny Wilburn’s women’s shelter.
You can help! we gathered gift cards for our members and those in need who rely on Matt Talbot Center’s Christmas program. A big Thank You to all of you who dropped off or mailed gift cards for major grocery stores to Matt Talbot Center at 2313 3rd Avenue Seattle, WA 9812. Together we connected families with the things they need in a season of isolation and loss. Thank you!
Contact Matt Talbot Center
2313 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA