(Seattle, WA) -- Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is ordering the establishment of a one-stop service center for unsheltered homeless people. The mayor's office says the intent is to provide the homeless with customized support so they can move from the street into permanent housing. The center will be a dormitory-style facility that's modeled on San Francisco's Navigation Center. It will provide people living outdoors with shower, bathroom, laundry and dining facilities, a place to store belongings, and round-the-clock case management. Murray's office says funding will come from 600-thousand dollars secured by Seattle in the state Legislature earlier this year, and 600-thousand in matching funds from the city.