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Washington Counties:

Chelan (2)
Clallam (2)
Clark (3)
Grays Harbor (1)
King (87)
Klickitat (1)
Pierce (4)
Snohomish (3)
Spokane (7)
Whatcom (2)
Whitman (2)
Yakima (3)

Latest Update to Washington Homeless Shelters database:

Bread Of Life Mission - Day/drop-in Center & Overnight Shelter (for Men)
Seattle, WA - 98194
(206) 682-3579

Mission-Bread of Life exists to overcome the cycle of homelessness in people's lives through a Christ-centered complete recovery model with God's help

Yakima Union Gospel Mission - Youth Center
Yakima, WA - 98907
(509) 248-4510

Mission-YUGM exists to provide Christ-centered rescue, recovery and restoration to men, women and children in need

Interfaith Hospitality Network Of Spokane - Day Center
Spokane, WA - 99202
(509) 747-5487

Mission-One child -- one family at a time with our community of faith, we strive to make a difference in their lives through providing shelter, support and the means to sustain their independence.

Janus Youth Services - Oak Bridge Youth Shelter (for Ages 9 To 17)
Vancouver, WA - 98662
(360) 891-2634

The first crisis intervention and temporary shelter of its kind in Clark County, Oak Bridge serves both state-dependent and non-state involved youth ages 9 to 17. Utilizing 24-hour access, family reunification and mediation services, and aftercare support, Janus works closely with established community agencies to help youth in need. Since 1996, Oak Bridge has helped over 1,800 youth and families.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Solanus Casey Center
Seattle, WA - 98104
(206) 223-0907

The Hospitality Kitchen provides breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday. Breakfast is served from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Lunch is served from 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The Hospitality Kitchen serves an average of 1,200 meals a day to more than 4,000 people a year. The Kitchen is closed on all major holidays. In addition to meals, the Kitchen provides chaplain services; homeless veteran outreach; assistance accessing food stamps, medical coupons, and state disability payments; a psychologist; information and referral services; and coats, socks, blankets, and toilet articles to homeless individuals. The Kitchen also provides board games, cards and a daily movie. The Kitchen provides a safe and respectful environment to homeless and low-income people in Tacoma and Pierce County. There is no fee for services.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Women's Wellness Center (for Women)
Seattle, WA - 98101
(206) 256-0665

Mission-Rooted in Catholic Social Teaching and the Gospel imperative, Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services  are outreaches of the Catholic Church in Western Washington, under the leadership of the Archbishop of Seattle and the Boards of Trustees. CCS and CHS answer the Gospel call to loving and compassionate service with particular concern for the sanctity of human life from conception to natural death and the dignity of the human person. Our employees and volunteers come from many faith traditions to serve and support poor and vulnerable people through the provision of quality, integrated services and housing. Our focus is on those individuals, children, families, and communities struggling with poverty and the effects of intolerance and racism. We actively join with others to work for justice.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Hospitality Kitchen
Seattle, WA - 98405
(253) 502-2695

The Hospitality Kitchen provides breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday. Breakfast is served from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Lunch is served from 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The Hospitality Kitchen serves an average of 1,200 meals a day to more than 4,000 people a year. The Kitchen is closed on all major holidays. In addition to meals, the Kitchen provides chaplain services; homeless veteran outreach; assistance accessing food stamps, medical coupons, and state disability payments; a psychologist; information and referral services; and coats, socks, blankets, and toilet articles to homeless individuals. The Kitchen also provides board games, cards and a daily movie. The Kitchen provides a safe and respectful environment to homeless and low-income people in Tacoma and Pierce County. There is no fee for services.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Phoenix Housing Network
Seattle, WA - 98408
(253) 471-5340

Mission-Through support, dignity and love, Phoenix Housing Network, in partnership with our community, empowers families at risk of homelessness to achieve independent, healthy lives and a permanent place to call home.

Serenity House Of Clallam County - Dream Center (for Ages 13 To 24)
Port Angeles, WA - 98362
(360) 452-2883

The Dream Center, a drop-in center for homeless and at-risk youth, ages 13-23, provides the following much-needed services for this vulnerable population: a food bank, clothing bank, shower and laundry, counseling and referrals for family reunification, school, and employment.

Family & Adult Service Center - Adult Center
Seattle, WA - 98104
(206) 441-8439

Compass Housing Alliance provides a range of services and housing options to people struggling with homelessness and poverty in the Seattle area. Our focus areas fall into the following categories: Services, shelter, and transitional housing for individuals and families experiencing homelessness.Permanent low-income housing for individuals or families who do not make a living wage or are formerly homeless.Development of affordable housing units for low-income tenants.

The Covenant House - Drop-in Center
Charleston, WA - 25301
304344805312

The Drop-In Center is the heartbeat of Covenant House and provides access to a variety of services, referrals and programs.  There is no typical day in the Drop- In Center.  But what you may see on any given day is between 115-180 individuals who call Covenant House home.  Much more than a day-shelter for the homeless, we foster community by offering a safe, secure environment for all people where they are treated with respect and dignity.  An amiable and secure place for all, Randy Elsea, Drop-In Center Coordinator, works with staff and AmeriCorps to meet every need including personal hygiene, laundry and emergency assistance.

Union Gospel Mission Of Grays Harbor - New Foundation Program
Aberdeen, WA - 98520
(360) 533-1064

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Lighthouse Mission Ministries
Bellingham, WA - 98225
(360) 733-5120

Who We Are:Located at the corner of Holly and F streets in Bellingham, Washington. Lighthouse Mission is the only walk-in rescue mission between Everett and Vancouver, BC. The Mission exists to help others who have been unable to help themselves.

Everett Gospel Mission - Lydia House (for Women)
Snohomish, WA - 98290
(425) 252-1297

This home (named Lydia House after the women in Acts 16 who exemplified independence and self-sufficiency in providing for her family) is a self governed facility where residents manage the affairs of the community. Each resident pays rent for their room, and purchases and prepares their own food.

Seattle's Union Gospel Mission - Riverton Place (for Men)
Seattle, WA - 98168
(206) 242-5585

Our recovery program tackles the root causes of addiction. We've seen firsthand that a man can find lasting freedom when he deals with the self-destructive choices that caused addiction in the first place.

Seattle's Union Gospel Mission - The Oaks (for Women)
Seattle, WA - 98104
(206) 628-2008

The 12-month women's program helps victims of addiction and abuse discover how to live with self-worth and self-respect through the power of Christ.

Seattle's Union Gospel Mission - Son Rise House (for Women & Children)
Kent, WA - 98030
(253) 373-1390

Our recovery program opens their eyes to a bright new future. Transitional housing empowers them as they take their final steps towards freedom.Transitional housing gives women and children a place to live for 2 years after leaving the Mission's Women and Children's Shelter.

Bread Of Life Mission - Give Back Program (for Men)
Seattle, WA - 98194
(206) 682-3579

Bread of Life exists to overcome the cycle of homelessness in people's lives through a Christ-centered complete recovery model with God's help

Union Gospel Mission - Anna Ogden Hall (for Women & Children)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 535-8510

Recovery Program at Anna Ogden Hall:Our 5-phase recovery programs offer professional counseling, classes, Bible study, physical fitness activities, and opportunities for vocational and spiritual growth.

The Tacoma Rescue Mission - New Life Program
Tacoma, WA - 98402
(253) 383-4493

Transformation to a New Life. That’s the goal of this special program designed for those who have suffered the devastation of substance abuse. A six- to 12-month live-in program at our Downtown Campus, New Life offers help, hope and an environment that combines nurturing support with critical structure and accountability. Here, our staff works with clients individually and in groups to help them heal emotionally and grow spiritually. 

Yakima Union Gospel Mission - New Life Program
Yakima, WA - 98901
(509) 248-4510

The New Life Program is a 12 month Bible based program designed to assist women in living successful Christian lives by ministering to the whole person spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically. In a safe and healing environment, the women are led through addiction recovery, relapse prevention, and Biblical discipleship, while moving forward to the future God has planned for them.

Yakima Union Gospel Mission - Family Shelter
Yakima, WA - 98901
(509) 248-4510

Family Shelter works with families on a short-term basis. Families in crisis are offered transitional housing for a 7 to 30 day temporary stay. Family Shelter has 17 “family” rooms where most include a queen or double bed in addition to one or more bunk beds. We also have cribs or pack n plays for infants and toddlers. The Family Shelter is one of the few facilities in Yakima that accepts women with male children up to age 18. 

Hospitality House Ministries Of Wenetchee - Hospitality House (for Men)
Wenatchee, WA - 98801
(509) 663-4289
Hospitality House Ministries Of Wenetchee - Haven Of Hope (for Women & Children)
Wenatchee, WA - 98801
(509) 664-6866
Janus Youth Programs - My (motivated Youth) House (for Ages 14 To 18)
Vancouver, WA - 98660
(360) 694-1333
Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Autumn Leaf House (for Women & Children)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 328-5696

Autumn Leaf is a transitional housing program serving seven women who are chemically dependent and their children. These women reside at Autumn Leaf after exiting inpatient treatment and receive six to nine months of intensive case management, which focuses on life skills, parenting, and self-sufficiency.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Hiv/aids Housing (for People W/hiv/aids)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 328-5696

HIV/AIDS Housing provides assistance to people living with HIV and AIDS in our community.  Our goal is to enable clients to access needed services in order to live more healthy and independent lives. Services provided include Tenant Based Rental Assistance, Shelter Plus Care, Transitional Housing and Short Term Rental/Mortgage Assistance

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Aloha Inn (single Adults & Couples)
Seattle, WA - 98109
(206) 283-6070

The Aloha Inn is a resident-managed transitional housing program for sixty-six homeless adults and couples without children.  Residents of the Aloha Inn have a chance to save money for permanent housing and get back on  their feet.  Each resident works fifteen hours per week in the program in exchange for room and board.  Residents have a direct role in the daily operations of the program and an opportunity to participate in the governance.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Rose Of Lima House (for Women)
Seattle, WA - 98121
(206) 456-3100

Rose of Lima House opened in January 1993 in response to an alarming increase in the number of single women facing homelessness with little support and no affordable housing. In September 2010, Rose of Lima House moved to its new home in Bakhita Gardens at 118 Bell Street. The brand new building provides housing and intensive, individualized support services to 50 women.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - San Point Apartments
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 529-9450
Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Katherine's House (for Women)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 856-7716

Katherine’s and Rita’s Houses are transitional housing programs for homeless, adult women in recovery from substance abuse. We offer structured, family style living designed to assist women to return to independent living as productive members of the community. Residents may stay up to two years and each resident develops a personal success plan tailored to her individual needs. Katherine’s and Rita's House staff team consists of a full-time Program Manager, Case Manager and Life Skills Coordinator. The team’s focus is on creating a safe environment that supports healthy lifestyle changes and nurtures each resident’s potential.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Elizabeth House (for Pregnant/parenting Girls)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 738-8234

Offers 39 units of studio and one-bedroom apartments in Bellingham. The building was designed to meet high environmental standards, such as good indoor air quality. It is LEED certified. Eight of the units are set aside for homeless women with children.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Harrington House (for Pregnant/parenting Women)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 323-6336

Harrington House provides transitional housing with supportive services to eight women, 18 years and older, who are pregnant and/or parenting and homeless. Located in Bellevue, near the Crossroads Mall area, the facility is an attractive, two-story house with eight resident bedrooms, and a manager’s office area.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Benedict House (for Men)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 405-9486

Benedict House is an innovative program that provides emergency shelter and transitional housing with supportive services for single homeless men and homeless men with children. This unique program incorporates two elements of the continuum of care model emergency shelter and transitional housing. The underlying purpose is to help residents rebuild their lives and to move them towards permanent housing, the third element in the model. Residents may stay for a period of up to 90 days in emergency bed, up to 1 year in a transitional bed and up to 2 years in the family unit.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Drexel House
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 753-3340

In 2005 a work group was formed to develop a 10-Year Homeless Housing plan, designed to reduce homelessness in Thurston County by 50 percent by July 2015. At the request of the Inter-Jurisdictional Forum on Homelessness and various leaders in the community, Catholic Community Services created Drexel House to assist in reducing homelessness. Drexel House opened in March 2007 and is the first and only facility in Washington State that combines emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing at one location.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Phoenix Housing Network
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 471-5340

Through support, dignity and love, Phoenix Housing Network, in partnership with our community, empowers families at risk of homelessness to achieve independent, healthy lives and a permanent place to call home.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Traugott Terrace (for Individuals In Recovery)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 267-3023

Provides 38 permanent and 12 transitional clean and sober apartments for individuals in recovery. Residents must be actively committed to a program of recovery while at Traugott.

Multi-service Center - Family Transitional
Federal Way, WA - 98003
(253) 838-6810

Families who can afford to pay a portion of their rent may qualify to live in Multi-Service Center transitional housing for up to two years. During that time, families will work with case managers to set and reach goals toward creating self-sufficiency.

Multi-service Center - Men's Transitional Sro (for Men)
Federal Way, WA - 98003
25383868101

Men, who are in recovery for drug and alcohol addictions and are able to pay a portion of their rent, live in community with other men in recovery in one of two houses owned by Multi-Service Center. Men live here for up to two years while working with a case manager to create a more stable future.

Multi-service Center - Women's Transitional Sro (for Women)
Federal Way, WA - 98003
(253) 854-4406

Women, who have completed a treatment program for drug and alcohol addictions, live in community with other women in recovery in Multi-Service Center's Titusville Program in Kent. Women live here for up to two years in a dormitory style facility (shared restrooms), while working with a case manager to create a more stable future.

The Windward Center
Klickitat, WA - 98628
(509) 369-2000

The Windward Center was created to provide support for individuals commited to the process of making a substantial life transition. Some people enter into transition seeking a better life, others are compelled by economic dislocation, illness or injury, and some are impelled by the consequences of choices they've made in the past. Change is stressful, and the Center's goal is to provide a tranquil and supportive context within which individuals in transtion can marshall the inner strength needed to make positive, life-affirming choices.

Serenity House Of Clallam County - Transitional Housing
Port Angeles, WA - 98363
(360) 452-7224

Transitional Housing is designed for families and individuals who require longer-term assistance with housing, plus supportive services. Evergreen Family Village, Serenity Court and Cornerstone place families in apartments owned or leased by Serenity House.  Transitions To Housing and One Family-One Home are “transition-in-place” programs that place families in rentals in the community, with the intention that they won’t have to move to a different rental when they complete the program.

Community Action Center - Transitional Housing
Pullman, WA - 99163
(509) 334-9147

Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) and Transitional Housing Operating and Rent Program (THOR).CAC operates a transitional housing program that provides subsidy for rent based on household income. Candidates are screened and assessed by a Family Development Specialist and an application is submitted based upon the initial screening and assessment process.

Family & Adult Service Center - Family Center
Seattle, WA - 98104
(206) 357-3100

The HomeStep Family Program provides intensive case management and long term transitional housing to families with children in scattered site apartments throughout the Seattle area, with a maximum stay of 2 years.

Solid Ground - Bethlehem House
Seattle, WA - 98103
(206) 694-6700

Solid Ground works to end poverty and undo racism and other oppressions that are root causes of poverty. 

Solid Ground - Broadview (for Women & Children)
Seattle, WA - 98103
(206) 299-2500

Broadview provides both emergency shelter and transitional housing to homeless women and children in a secure, confidential facility.Most Broadview residents are domestic violence survivors, and two-thirds are children.

Solid Ground - Journeyhome
Seattle, WA - 98103
(206) 694-6734

JourneyHome provides long-term case management for homeless families with children under 18 years old to help them address the reasons they became homeless. We provide support services, comprehensive case management, assistance finding safe, permanent housing and limited transition-in-place subsidies.

Ywca - Emergency Shelter
Seattle, WA - 98101
(206) 461-4888

The danger, uncertainty and indignity of living on the streets are replaced by safety, support and respect.

Ywca - Pathways For Women (for Women & Children)
Lynnwood, WA - 98036
(425) 774-9843

Pathways for Women YWCA maintains many important and successful partnerships on behalf of its housing program participants. Community collaborations include: Housing Authority of Snohomish County, Volunteers of America, Snohomish County Legal Services, Housing Hope, Catholic Community Services, Compass Health, United Way and Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County.

Ywca - Edmonds Highlands (for Women & Children)
Seattle, WA - 98101
(206) 461-4888

Many of the families served by this project have lived in more than one emergency shelter as they wait for a space in transitional housing to become available. We operate a variety of locations across the region serving different needs for different lengths of time. Each family meets with their assigned family advocate weekly to work on a self-sufficiency plan; setting and reaching goals. The goal of the program is for the family to exit to stable, permanent housing.

Ywca - Project Reunite (for Women & Children)
Seattle, WA - 98121
(425) 226-1266

Many of the families served by this project have lived in more than one emergency shelter as they wait for a space in transitional housing to become available. We operate a variety of locations across the region serving different needs for different lengths of time. Each family meets with their assigned family advocate weekly to work on a self-sufficiency plan; setting and reaching goals. The goal of the program is for the family to exit to stable, permanent housing.

Ywca - Trinity Place Apartments
Seattle, WA - 98121
(425) 774-9843

The apartments are ideally situated near Lynnwood’s city center, within walking distance of bus lines and central shopping, the Lynnwood Public Library, the police and fire departments, a community health center, city parks, a recreation center and Edmonds Community College

Ywca - Anita Vista (for Women & Children)
Seattle, WA - 98121
(206) 436-8650
Ywca - Auburn & Federal Way Program
Seattle, WA - 98121
(425) 226-1266
Volunteers Of America - Alexandriea's House (for Pregnant Teens & Babies) (for Ages 20 & Under)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 624-2378

Alexandria’s House is a transitional living facility for pregnant and parenting teenagers (ages 16-21) and their babies. The home, established in 1990, has six furnished bedrooms, three bathrooms as well as shared kitchen, living and laundry facilities. Alexandria’s House offers comprehensive case management and 24-hour staff supervision and is licensed by the state of Washington.

Volunteers Of America - Flaherty House (for Ages 18 To 21)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 489-4043

Flaherty House is a transitional living facility where young men ages 18 to 21 build self-sufficiency as they prepare to live on their own. The home, established in 2001, has three furnished bedrooms (two shared rooms and one single) and three bathrooms as well as shared kitchen, living and laundry facilities. Flaherty House offers comprehensive case management and 24-hour staff supervision.

Volunteers Of America - Astom-bleck Apartments (for Women Ages 18 To 21 & Children)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 535-8267

Aston-Bleck Apartments offer transitional housing for women ages 18-21. For women with children, there is a five-apartment complex located on the north side of Spokane where each resident shares a two-bedroom apartment with her child. Nonparenting young women may stay at one of four apartments scattered throughout Spokane.

The Tacoma Rescue Mission - Jefferson Square
Tacoma, WA - 98402
(253) 272-6828

For disabled or special-needs adults, finding affordable housing is a huge challenge. Our low-income studio apartments for these adults enable them to live independently, work and remain self-sufficient while staying drug and alcohol free.

The Tacoma Rescue Mission - Tyler Square
Tacoma, WA - 98409
(253) 383-4493

Stabilizing and transitioning families to permanent housing and self sufficiency is at the heart of the Tyler Street Family Campus.

The Tacoma Rescue Mission - Colonial Square
Tacoma, WA - 98402
(253) 627-2766

As individuals move from homelessness to permanent changes, the high cost of housing can be a barrier. Our Colonial Apartments, offering 44 affordable apartments, provide an important option for those who are working to maintain self sufficiency. 

Janus Youth Programs - My (motivated Youth) House (for Ages 14 To 18)
Vancouver, WA - 98660
(503) 233-6090
Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Drexel House
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 753-3340

Nancy made a routine visit to Kaye, but there was no answer at the door.  Nancy immediately knew something was wrong as it was uncharacteristic for Kaye not to be home.  When there was no response from Kaye, Nancy called out to her through the door and heard a faint cry for help.  Kaye had fallen in the bathroom and was injured.  Nancy immediately called 9-1-1 and Kaye was taken to the hospital where she made a full recovery thanks, in part to Nancy’s quick response.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Kateri Court
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 738-8234

Offers 39 units of studio and one-bedroom apartments in Bellingham. The building was designed to meet high environmental standards, such as good indoor air quality. It is LEED certified. Eight of the units are set aside for homeless women with children.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - La Casa De Padre Miguel (for Farm Workers)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 424-3883

A 50-unit property in Mount Vernon for farm workers and their families.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - La Casa De San Jose (for Farm Workers)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 424-3596

A 15-unit property in Sedro Woolley for farm workers and their families.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Meadowdale (for The Chronically Homeless)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(425) 257-2111
Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Monte Cristo (for Women)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(425) 258-9503

Offers 69 units of affordable housing for low-income households at or below 60% median income in a mixed-use historic building in Everett. 12 of the units are set aside for a CCS supportive housing program for people who meet the HUD definition of chronically homeless. The housing program provides goal oriented intensive case management to maximize housing retention and self-sufficiency. 

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Mount Baker Apartments
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 738-8234

Provides 84 units of affordable housing in downtown Bellingham.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Villa Santa Maria (for Farm Workers)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 424-3596

A 29-unit property in Mount Vernon for farm workers and their families.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Washington Grocery Building (for Single Adults & Couples)
Bellingham, WA - 98225
(360) 738-8234

Provides 36 units of affordable housing in downtown Bellingham for single adults and couples at 50 percent median income, with 20% of units for persons with disabilities.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Ascona
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 328-5696
Catholic Community Services - Champion House (for Developmentally Disabled)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(425) 644-4344

An 8-unit group home in Bellevue for developmentally disabled adults. Managed by Helping Hands for the Disabled.

Catholic Community Services - Chancery Place Apartments
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 343-9415

An 84-unit high rise located in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood for seniors and disabled individuals at 30% median income who are able to live independently.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Dorothy Day House (for Women)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 374-4364

A 41-single-unit room occupancy building in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood for formerly homeless women.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Elbert House (for Seniors & The Disabled)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(425) 747-5111

A 49-unit property located in Bellevue for seniors and disabled persons at 30% median income who are able to live independently.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Emma Mcredmond Manor (for Seniors & The Disabled)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(425) 869-2424

A 31-unit property in downtown Redmond for seniors and disabled persons at 30% median income who are able to live independently.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Franciscan Apartments (for Seniors & Disabled Persons)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 431-8001

Provides 38 units of housing in Burien’s Seahurst community for income eligible seniors 62 years of age or older and in certain cases for persons with disabilities that require four architectural features of a unit. Application must be at or below 30% median income and able to live independently. Rent is based on 30% of adjusted income.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Frye Apartments
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 405-4506

56-units of permanent housing chronically homeless men 55 years of age and older. The waiting list for Frederic Ozanam House is currently closed. We are not accepting new applications at this time. This program has a current wish list and needs donations of the following new or used items: dinner or luncheon plates, silverware, gravy boats, round table cloths, desk lamps, TV converter boxes, twin sheets, blankets and comforters.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Halcyon House (for Developmentally Disabled Persons)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(425) 644-4344

An 8-unit group home in Bellevue for the developmentally disabled. Managed by Helping Hands for the Disabled.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Josephinum
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 448-8500

A historic high-rise building in downtown Seattle providing 221 studio and one-bedroom apartments for low-income individuals, with 40 units for formerly homeless persons.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Leroy Helms (for Working Artists)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 374-4364

Provides 11 lofts for working artists in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Monica's Village Place
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 322-0450

A 5 unit apartment complex serving low income individuals or small families through the Village Spirit Center Initiative.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Renton Family Housing (highland Court/tucker Apartments)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(425) 793-7060

Offers 24 town home style units in the Renton Highlands for low-income families.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Emmons Apartments
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 274-5710

Provides 22 units for low-income families in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - St. Martin's On Westlake (for Men Ages 55+)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 340-0410

Provides 53 units of single-room-occupancy housing for chronically homeless men 55 years of age and older

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Traugott Terrace (for Individuals In Recovery)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 267-3023

Provides 38 permanent and 12 transitional clean and sober apartments for individuals in recovery. Residents must be actively committed to a program of recovery while at Traugott.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Wintonia
Seattle, WA - 98144
(206) 467-1878

The Wintonia is a 92-single-room-occupancy building in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood serving men and women coming out of King County's Dutch Shisler Sobering Support Center.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Emmons Apartments
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 274-5710

Provides 22 units for low-income families in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Fournier Court Apartments (for Mentally Ill Adults)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 531-5087

Provides 20 units in Tacoma for chronically mentally ill adults.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Kincaid Court (for Seniors)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 863-8818

Offers 39 units of senior housing in Sumner.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - La Casa De La Familia Santa (for Farm Workers)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 736-0558

Provides 45 units of affordable housing for farm workers and their families in Centralia.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - La Casa De San Juan Diego (for Farm Workers)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 225-9872

Provides 50 units of housing for farm workers and their families in Woodland.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - La Casa De San Juan Diego Ii (for Farm Workers)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 225-9872

Provides 25 units of housing for farm workers and their families in Woodland

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Manresa Apartments
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 593-2120

A 20 unit apartment complex for low income individuals or small families in Lakewood.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Matsusaka Townhomes
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 593-2120

Offers 25 units of low-income family housing in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Max Hale Center
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 792-2117

A 52-unit affordable housing project in downtown Bremerton; 33 units are reserved for formerly homeless men and women.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Pioneer Court (for Mentally Ill Adults)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 848-0874

Provides 17 units of housing in Puyallup for chronically mentally ill adults.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Mlk New Look Apartments (for Ages 55+)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 779-0299

A 48-unit property for men and women 55 years of age and older in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Sumner Commons
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 826-5199

Provides 34 units of housing for men and women age 62 and older in Sumner.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Sumner Townhomes
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 826-5199

Provides 8 units of low-income housing for families in Sumner.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Sunrise Court (for Mentally Ill Adults)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(253) 537-2429

Offers 20 units of housing in Tacoma for chronically mentally ill adults.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Tumwater Apartments (for Seniors & Disabled Persons)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 352-4321

Provides 50 units of housing for seniors and disabled persons in a garden setting in Tumwater.

Catholic Community Services Of Western Washington - Villa San Martin (for Farm Workers)
Seattle, WA - 98144
(360) 575-8300

Provides 25 units of housing for farm workers and their families in Kelso.

Multi-service Center - Mitchell Place (for Seniors)
Federal Way, WA - 98003
(253) 661-7011

Multi-Service Center owns three apartment complexes dedicated to senior living. Built from the ground-up by MSC for seniors, these apartment complexes offer seniors independent living in a safe, comfortable and elegant facility. For seniors of low- to moderate-income levels.

Multi-service Center - Radcliffe Place (for Seniors Ages 62+)
Kent, WA - 98042
(253) 631-8505

Multi-Service Center owns three apartment complexes dedicated to senior living. Built from the ground-up by MSC for seniors, these apartment complexes offer seniors independent living in a safe, comfortable and elegant facility. For seniors of low- to moderate-income levels.

Multi-service Center - Maple Lane Estates/maple Lane Court
Federal Way, WA - 98003
(253) 867-1558

Individuals and families who are able to sustain affordable market rate rent may qualify to live in one of several MSC-owned apartments in south King and Pierce Counties. Some of these apartments are case managed to help residents meet goals toward becoming more self-reliant.

Multi-service Center - Mansard Estates
Federal Way, WA - 98003
(253) 218-0334

Individuals and families who are able to sustain affordable market rate rent may qualify to live in one of several MSC-owned apartments in south King and Pierce Counties. Some of these apartments are case managed to help residents meet goals toward becoming more self-reliant.

Multi-service Center - Victorian Place Ii
Des Moines, WA - 98198
(206) 824-7022

Individuals and families who are able to sustain affordable market rate rent may qualify to live in one of several MSC-owned apartments in south King and Pierce Counties. Some of these apartments are case managed to help residents meet goals toward becoming more self-reliant.

Multi-service - Villa Capri
Federal Way, WA - 98003
(253) 941-3157

Individuals and families who are able to sustain affordable market rate rent may qualify to live in one of several MSC-owned apartments in south King and Pierce Counties. Some of these apartments are case managed to help residents meet goals toward becoming more self-reliant.

Multi-service Center - White River Apartments
Federal Way, WA - 98003
(253) 218-0334

Individuals and families who are able to sustain affordable market rate rent may qualify to live in one of several MSC-owned apartments in south King and Pierce Counties. Some of these apartments are case managed to help residents meet goals toward becoming more self-reliant.

Community Action Center - Rental Assistance Program
Pullman, WA - 99163
(509) 334-9147

The purpose of the Rental Assistance Program is to make safe rental housing more affordable to families and the elderly with limited incomes. In this program, participants generally pay 30% of their income for rent and utilities.

Ywca - Opportunity Place
Seattle, WA - 98121
(206) 436-8660

On the southeast corner of Third Avenue and Lenora Street in Belltown, YWCA Opportunity Place offers a creative and comprehensive response to the problem of homelessness

Ywca - The Women's Residence (for Women)
Seattle, WA - 98101
(206) 461-4888

In addition to the offices or many programs, and an emergency shelter, YWCA Seneca provides 116 units of single room occupancy (SRO) low-cost housing for women. There is a 24-hour front desk and secured elevator entry for all floors Most units have shared bathrooms, though each room has a washbasin. Rooms are approximately 200 square feet and are furnished with a twin bed, dresser, table, chair and small refrigerator. Building provides a laundry room on each floor. Some units subsidized through Seattle Housing Authority and other agencies.

Ywca - Lexington-concord Apartments
Seattle, WA - 98121
(206) 436-8603

The two buildings are located in Belltown at 2nd and Battery, just a few blocks south of the Seattle Center and the Space Needle. Both buildings share an onsite maintenance person, an enclosed courtyard and laundry room. Each has a secure entry. Studio units are on three floors of each building and have a bathroom and a full kitchen.

Ywca - Pathways For Women (for Women & Children)
Lynnwood, WA - 98036
(425) 774-9843
Ywca - Permanent Housing
Seattle, WA - 98121
(206) 436-8650

YWCA Housing responds directly to the crisis of homelessness. More than half of the residents in our 613 permanent units were homeless before they came to live in YWCA housing.

Volunteers Of America - Appleway, Country Heights & Trent Terrace (for Chronically Mentally Ill)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 624-2378

Applewood, Country Heights and Trent Terrace apartments offer affordable housing to chronically mentally ill men and women. With 66 one- and two-bedroom apartments within the three facilities, these programs offer comprehensive case management and 24-hour staff supervision and are licensed by the state of Washington. The units are owned by Volunteers of America, Inc. and managed by Kiemle & Hagood.

Volunteers Of America - Hope House (permanent Affordable Housing) (for Women)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 455-2886

Originally known as the Downtown Women's Shelter, Hope House was founded in response to the 1997 serial murders of women on the streets of Spokane to offer women protection from violence on the street. Operated by Volunteers of America since 2001, Hope House is dedicated to making a significant difference in the lives of homeless women.

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