What is the Madison House?

We believe God has a purpose for each of His children and Madison House stands to shine a light of hope into the lives of kids surrounded by intergenerational poverty, substance abuse and gang activity.

Since 1989, Madison House Community Youth Center has aimed to broaden the horizons of our kids by providing homework help, guidance in personal responsibility, encouragement in character growth and a knowledge of the Lord. Madison House is a safe hub for youth ages 5-20, with weekly participation of 100  individuals.

Our weekly 35 - 40  individual volunteers bring help and love to the Madison House community and provide space for staff to focus one-on-one ministry to the kids in need.

Madison House Programs include:

  • After-school tutoring

  • Mentorship

  • Bible studies

  • Fine arts opportunities

    • Art

    • Sewing

    • Music classes

  • Computer training

  • Basic financial literacy

  • Field trips

  • Healthy athletic activities

    • Basketball and tennis courts

    • Indoor/outdoor soccer fields

    • Spring Flag Football program

    • White Pass' 'SOS Outreach'

    • MAD Yak bike shop

  • College scholarship guidance

  • Nightly meals prepared by New Hope Catering

  • Summer camps at Lost Creek Village Camp

interested in volunteering at the madison house?

want to learn more about the madison House?

Contact our Madison House Director,

Tony Baker, at 509.457.3370 or


302 S 4th Street
Yakima, WA 98901

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