House of Mercy started as a prison ministry 16 years ago and has evolved into housing people coming out of the justice system, homelessness, and rehab. They currently offer 25 houses in 5 Counties in Washington State. At House of Mercy, they help men build sustainable lives for themselves and their families by creating an atmosphere of transformation and tolerance to remove the hindering stigmas that accompany incarceration, homelessness, mental illness and substance abuse disorders. House of Mercy is committed to healing our culture by restoring the lives of men in transition, through safe, supportive housing, leadership training and discipleship. Their work is rebuilding lives and raising up the foundations of many generations. House of Mercy offers a “hand up” rather than a “hand out” by providing faith-based structured, stable and supportive housing with wrap-around services, including case management, employment coordination services, financial literacy training, transportation, accountability, life skills classes and recovery support. For more information on services offered by House of Mercy, please contact them directly using the contact information listed here.