(509)6284047

2625 W Bruneau Pl, Kennewick, WA 99336, USA

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Our Story

ANSIL is organized for the purpose of providing shelter, services, support, and advocacy to individuals seeking to change the circumstances of their lives. These individuals include but are not limited to young adults seeking the skills and training necessary to gain independence; transgender persons seeking to transition to a gender and life consistent with inner awareness; homeless individuals seeking to obtain and retain permanent housing.

What We Do

Making A Difference

Homeless Outreach

ANSIL Service Center

Homeless individuals and families frequently have a difficult time exiting poverty and ending homelessness.  ANSIL Service Center offers a variety of services which improve the quality of life for people living on the streets, and may give them a start toward finding a job and moving off the streets.  The center provides over 1650 services each month

Showers

Individuals may take a shower each day during center hours.

Laundry

Homeless and low income folks may do one load of laundry each week.

Haircuts

Are available on Mondays.

Clothing

Individuals may receive one change of clothing laundry each week from our clothing bank.

Food

Dayspring Ministries provides 80-100 meals each day to homeless and low income individuals.  Food is also distributed from our food bank at Christmas, and as available other times.

Furniture

There is a furniture bank where individuals and families who are moving off the streets into an apartment or house may “shop” for free.  Donations of gently used household furniture and kitchenware are accepted and redistributed to families moving off the streets.


Hours: 8AM to 1PM Mon-Fri

10A to 1PM Saturday

ANSIL Hall

Helping At-Risk Young Adults

ANSIL Hall – Transitional housing in a 4 bedroom Coed Dorm. Priority given to adults ages 18-20 who are enrolled full time to  complete High School.

Criteria for selection:

Very low income

Homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness

Full-time enrollment and attendance at High School

Willing to attend case management, classes, and workshops for up to 2 years

Some programs for 18-24-year-olds

Program includes:

Regular case management

Monthly life skills classes and practical skills gatherings

Regular house meetings (if living in the group setting)

Rental Assistance Programs

Housing in own apartment, support and training for individuals and families who have very low income, and are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness.

Housing assistance can include:

Community living in ANSIL Hall (30% of income, if any, for a bedroom shared with two others)

Graduated rental assistance when transitioning from ANSIL community living into own apartment.

Dayspring Ministries

Feeding the Hungry

Provides 80-100 meals each day to homeless andlow-incomee individuals