BASIC NEEDS


Whatcom Transit Authority

4111 Bakerview Spur Bellingham, WA, 98226

Phone: (360) 676-7433

/www.ridewta.com

This transportation service offers reduced fare bus pass monthly or quarterly but to be eligible, the individual must contact 360-676-6841. Requirements include SSI, Medicare and VA eligibility if 40% or other disabling condition. The routes are offered only on the same fixed routes for specialized transportation. For door-door service assistance, calls must be made no later than 5 PM day prior to service requested or up to 7 days in advance. The reduced fare is discounted 50% from regular fare.


107 House

107 S 6Th St Yakima, WA, 98901

Phone: (509) 249-6232

107 House (run by Yakima Neighborhood Health) provides housing to single, disabled, homeless adults.


Catholic Charities Spokane

12 E 5th Avenue Spokane, WA, 99202

Phone: (509) 358-4250

Catholic Charities administers programs which provide food, shelter, clothing, education, counseling and support to those in need, regardless of creed


Addy Rescue Mission Soup Kitchen

1390 Main Street Addy, WA, 99101

Phone: (509) 935-6633

The Addy Rescue Mission Soup Kitchen provides a food pantry for low-income individuals in an accessible space. The soup kitchen is open from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.Individuals must meet income/resource requirements and must live in the surrounding area. There are AA meetings at the same building every Monday at 5:30 pm.


Brian Roberson Adult Family Home

1434 Vista Dr. Puyallup, WA, 98372

Phone: (253) 370-9007

Brian has a select group of male residents with TBI in their late 30s and early 40s who are social and have no significant behavior problems. .


Alger Food Bank

18731 Parkview Lane Alger, WA, 98284

Phone: (360) 724-5131

This food bank provides food to residents of the Alger/Cain Lake area on the first and third Tuesdays of the month. They also provide emergency food seven days a week on an appointment basis.


Salvation Army Renton Rotary Food Bank

206 S Tobin St. Renton, WA, 98057

Phone: (425) 255-5969

They provide food and emergency based financial assistance serving zip codes: 98055, 98056, 98057, 98058, 98059, 98178, and 98040. Individuals should be prepared to show photo ID with current proof of address such as a lease agreement or utility bill for head of household or mail for those who are not head of household. Emergency food boxes are available once every 30 days for people whose last name starts with A-M on Mondays and Tuesdays. For those with names beginning on N-Z they are available Thursday and Friday. In order to qualify for weekly access to the food bank (Wednesday only), one must self declare income to be at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Level. Both programs may be used together.


Colville Food and Resource Center

210 S Wayne Colville, Wa, 99114

Phone: (509) 684-2971

The food pantry is open Tuesday through Friday from 10am to 3pm for Colville residents in need of food assistance. Photo ID is required for service


Trancare Transportation

225 Ohme Garden RD Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 667-2727

A local broker will help individuals find the best transportation to medical appointments. Gas and local lodging costs may be covered if you have a referral from a local doctor. At least 48 hours advanced notice is required and more if gas and lodging required. Your health care provider must call, if you need to book a short-notice ride.


Cheney Garden Apartments

2336 University Lane Cheney, WA, 99004

Phone: (509) 235-8006

There is a HUD project-based subsidy for all units, 30% of income, with a waiting list 6 months to a year. One could qualify as an individual or a family. They have handicap accessible units and laundry on property as well as a child play area.


Hacienda del Sol

24320 75th Ave Se Woodinville, WA, 98072

Phone: (425) 806-1817

This Adult Family Home currently has 6 male residents with TBI ages 46-78. They are currently full as of 5.23.2017 and there is little turn over. 3 of the six stay in; 3 are capable of doing outside activites such as going to movies, outdoor concerts and volunteering at the food bank.


Esther Adult Family Home

29810 4th Ave SW Federal Way, WA, 98023

Phone: (253) 449-1818

Matthew Akinlosotu and his wife Shade are proud of the good quality care they provide to their residents. They like to work closely with families as part of the team. They attended our Brain Injury training and would like to accept residents with Brain Injury. As of 5/23/2017 they have two openings.


Energy Assistance Program of Snohomish County

3000 Rockefeller Avenue Evertt, WA

Phone: (425) 388-3880

This program provides a one-time per heating season assistance in paying the heat bill for eligible households. Program Components:: -The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Prog (LIHEAP) 11/15 to 4/1 - Puget Sound Energy HELP-10/1 to 9/15 -The Cascade Natural Gas Washington Energy Assistance Fund (WEAF) prog 10/1 to 9/15 Power Shut Off:You must come to our offices when the above program components are open. Crisis assistance: Mon-Thurs 8:30 am or 1:00 pm, Fri 9:15 am or 1:00 pm.


Esther Adult Family Home

31604 13th Ave S Federal Way, WA, 98003

Phone: (253) 941-3911

Matthew Akinlosotu and his wife Shade are proud of the good quality care they provide to their residents. They like to work closely with families as part of the team. They attended our Brain Injury training and would like to accept residents with Brain Injury. As of 6.1.2015 this home has an opening for a shared room with a male. They currently have one female and two male residents ages 62-89, with dementia, mental health, and hospice care. These residents don?t get out much, but for a more active resident there is a library is close by, SeaTac Mall and shopping, as well as the community center which is not far away. There is a high level of staff on site: 2 people in daytime and 1-2 at night.


PATH

317 E. 39th Street Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 546-1722

This service offers a one-stop program where a person can get services covering employement assistance, housing resources, DSHS, and case management. They meet at the Memorial Lutheran Church at 2700 E 28th Street, Vancouver, WA.


Carpenter's Garage

3201 NE Whitman Ave. Vancouver, WA, 98662

Phone: (360) 882-7755

This service offers reduced automobile repairs to low income customers. There is an application process, which requires proof of gross household income. Aproval takes about 2-3 days. It also does automobile repairs at standard prices for non-low income customers.


Cheney Food Bank

624 3rd St. Cheney, WA, 99004

Phone: (509) 235-2325

This is a food bank for zip codes: 99004, 99014, 99020 and 99224. Hours: First four Wednesdays of the month 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.


Eagle Crest Estates

811 S Hatch St Spokane, WA, 99202

Phone: (509) 534-6940

This affordable, accessible apartment building will provide the privacy and comfort of home for individuals with qualifying disabilities. Residents arrange their own supportive services if needed. Eagle Crest has 21 accessible, 1 & 2 bedroom apartments. Qualifying households pay rent based on 30% of their monthly household income. Income limits apply, but no minimum income is required.


Compass Housing Alliance

77 south Washington Street Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 474-1000

compasshousingalliance.org

This service provides shelter, housing and support services for men, women, veterans and families at more than 20 locations throughout the Puget Sound region. Services include: Day Services-Hygiene M-F-7am-2pm Emergency Shelter Transitional Housing Veterans Programs Family Programs Affordable Housing Community Resources


ACT Cabulance

1167 Republican St. Suite 510 Seattle, WA, 98109

Phone: (206) 568-5117

http://actcabulance.com/wp/

Act Cabulance is a medical specialty transportation company located in Seattle Washington. They also do non-emergency wheelchair transportation for all occasions to Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho and Montana. They also do pickup and drop-offs to other states with sufficient advanced reservation.


Aloha Inn

1911 Aurora Ave N Seattle, WA, 98109

Phone: (206) 283-6070

http://alohainn.org/

The Aloha Inn provides resident managed transitional housing for homeless men and women. You have to have an income to start the process. Applicants are carefully screened, must be clean and sober, and initially share a bedroom and bath. Lunch and dinner are provided, along with a savings program, community meetings and counseling being available. All residents are expected to work 15 hours a week on the phones, grounds, housekeeping, as security, or in the kitchen. Applications are in person; call for the current location.


Bellingham Whatcom Housing Authority

208 Unity Street Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 676-6887

http://bellinghamhousing.org/HousingPrograms/tabid/57/Default.aspx

The Bellingham Whatcom Housing Authority has a variety of housing options There are different types of housing available to meet many needs, including those with special needs, disability and elderly and families. Properties are maintained to ensure safety and security as well. Offerings include: Public Housing: families, elderly, disabled; as well as what they describe as affordable properties,. Under that category they have a voucher system as well as housing choice voucher.


Diaper Assistance

720 West Court Street Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042

http://bfcac.org/community-services/community-services-dept

The Tri-Cities Diaper Bank collects diapers through community diaper drives and partners with local agencies who distribute them to infants in need through established programs and guidelines. Community Action Connections distributes a one week supply per each diaper wearing child once a month per household.


Basic Food Applications and Renewals

720 West Court Street Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042

http://bfcac.org/community-services/community-services-dept

CAC assists applicants and submits their Basic Food Applications as well as assisting in the renewal application process through DSHS.


Energy Assistance (LIHEAP PROSSER)

424 6th Street Suite#2 Prosser, WA, 99350

Phone: (509) 786-3379

http://bfcac.org/energy-assistance/energy-assitance

Provides Energy Assistance to low income families in Prosser, WA. They are part of the Benton Franklin Community Action Committee.


Energy Assistance (LIHEAP PASCO)

720 West Court Street Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042

http://bfcac.org/energy-assistance/energy-assitance

Provides energy assistance to individuals living below poverty in Franklin and Benton Counties. They are part of the Benton Franklin Community Action Committee.


Helping Hands Program

720 West Court Street Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042

http://bfcac.org/energy-assistance/energy-assitance

Helping hands Programs are funded by individual utility/vendors in Benton and Franklin counties. Following utility/vendors provide such program: Benton PUD, Franklin PUD, City of Richland, Big Bend Electric, Cascade Natural Gas, City of Kennewick and Kennewick Irrigation District. Eligibility is dependant upon criteria set by each individual utility/vendor. Amount of assistance is dependant upon availability of donated funds.


Prescription Assistance

720 West Court Street Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042

http://bfcac.org/energy-assistance/energy-assitance

Prescription assistance is availabl for individuals who do not have the means to pay and/or do not have medical insurance that covers prescription once in twelve (12) calendar months. The amount of assistance provided through the prescription program is determined on a case-by-case basis with funding restrictions that are not to exceed the maximum $200 limit allowed by the program.


Bread Basket

3617 Bridgeportway West, Suite R University Place, WA, 98464

Phone: (253) 565-3271

http://breadbasketoutreach.blogspot.com/

The Bread Basket is dedicated to meeting the needs of less fortunate families and individuals of Pierce county by providing food, clothing, and other resources throughout the year.


Kitsap County Salvation Army

832 6th Street Bremerton, WA, 98337

Phone: (360) 373-5550

http://bremerton.salvationarmy.org/

Kitsap County Salvation Army offers a Soup Kitchen, Food Bank and Social Services.


Bremerton Foodline

1600 12th Street Bremerton, WA, 98337

Phone: (360) 479-6188

http://bremertonfoodline.org/

The Foodline provides supplemental, nutritious and culturally diverse food. They also offer client services including outreach and assistance and provide training opportunities for community based programs.


Centerstone

722 18th Ave Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 812-4940

http://center-stone.org/

Central Area Motivation Program is dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other as they move from poverty to self-sufficiency through programs and advocacy. The programs include Energy Assistance, Housing Assistance, Food Bank and Financial Literacy.


Chelan Valley Hope

417 S Bradley St. Chelan, WA, 98816

Phone: (509) 888-2114

http://chelanvalleyhope.org/

Chelan Valley Hope provides assistance, advocacy, and referral service to under-resourced families and individuals throughout the Greater Chelan Valley and adjacent areas. They aim to help individuals and families in crisis access basic needs like food, transportation, emergency shelter, etc.; they also offer enrichment programs, family advocacy programs, mental health services, and educational opportunities.


Aberdeen Community Food Bank

306 1/2 N I St Aberdeen,, WA, 98520

Phone: (360) 533-1088

http://coastalcap.org/food-banks-in-grays-harbor-4/

A service of Northwest Harvest. This food bank offers food to those in need in the Aberdeen and Cosmopolis areas. Individuals should be prepared to provide photo ID and proof of address.


Comprehensive Life Resources

1201 S Proctor Street Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 396-5800

http://comprehensiveliferesources.org/

Comprehensive Life Resources provides a variety of out patient services for adults and children that promote recovery and resilience.These may include community support, individual counseling, medication services, psycho-education classes, employment training, financial management, and homeless outreach. Life Connections is a free program of about 8-10 mental health counseling visits for adults and children provided by graduate interns. New assessments are done on a walk in basis from 8:30-2:30. Residential care is available for adults who are able to handle themselves in the community but need more supports in their living situation (meals, dispensation of medications, guidance) and who have a mental health diagnosis or chemical dependency. Referrals for this care come through out patient services here; most such individuals also qualify for SSI or SSDI.


Downtown Emergency Service Center

517 Third Avenue Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 464-1570 x 3033

http://desc.org/

DESC has an emergency shelter for adults at Third and James. It is a place for vulnerable adults living with behavioral health disorders and other disabilities (including in recovery from substance abuse) as well as chronic homelessness to come in out of the cold for the night. Priority is given to men and women over the age of 60. They offer an integrated array of clinical services and supportive housing that allows men and women to reclaim their lives and reach their highest potential. SAGE Program: Provides mental health services that includes: case management, chemical dependency case management and counseling, 1:1 trauma therapy, psychiatrists that prescribe psych medications and complete full psychiatric evaluations, ARNPs that prescribe medications as primary care providers and medication monitoring. SAGE Program offices are located at 216 James St (Downtown), 222 Wall St (Belltown) and 515 Third Ave (Downtown). Clients are often given the ability to decide which office they want to go to.


ECHHO

1110 Jefferson Street Port Townsend, WA, 98368

Phone: (360) 379-3246

http://echhojc.org

ECHHO works in partnership with volunteers and community organizations of Jefferson County to provide transportation, chores, social support and medical equipment services to persons who are elderly, disabled or of limited means so that they may continue to live independently. Services include travel to medical appointments, home and domestic assistance, shopping and errands, friendly visits and loans of medical equipment.


Ellensburg United Methodist Church

210 N Ruby St Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 962-9257

http://ellensburgumc.org

The united Methodist church is very community minded and can help with a variety of needs on an individual bases: housing; food etc... The individuals here also incredible at navigating or redirecting toward resources that others are not aware of. They also support a clothing bank for both men and women.


Ellensburg United Methodist Church

210 N Ruby St Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 962-9257

http://ellensburgumc.org

The united Methodist church is very community minded and can help with a variety of needs on an individual bases: housing; food etc... The individuals here also incredible at navigating or redirecting toward resources that others are not aware of. They also support a clothing bank for both men and women.


Ellensburg United Methodist Church

210 N Ruby St Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 962-9257

http://ellensburgumc.org

The united Methodist church is very community minded and can help with a variety of needs on an individual bases: housing; food etc. The individuals here are also incredible at navigating or redirecting toward resources that others are not aware of. Hours: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm. They also support a clothing bank for both men and women.


First Presbyterian Church of Everett

2936 Rockefeller Ave Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 259-7139

http://firstpreschurch.com

This church provides food, showers and clean clothing for those in need on Wednesdays from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm.


Woodlake Manor

1018 W 13th Street Snohomish, WA, 98290

Phone: (360) 568-1845

http://hasco.org/properties/senior_disabled_properties/woodlake

This 58 unit low income housing location for seniors or disabled individuals is currently full, but as of January 2014 had a wait list of 9-12 months. Applications need to be made in person. No eviction or criminal record allowed.


Helping Hand of South Whidbey

18341 State Route 525 Freeland, WA, 98249

Phone: (360) 221-7777

http://helpinghandofsouthwhidbey.org/

Helping Hand of South Whidbey is a Christian-based charity staffed by volunteers from about 10 South Whidbey churches, and is supported through donations by churches, community donors, service organizations, businesses, and a few foundation grants. Their goal is to provide immediate financial assistance when basic services of life and well-being are in danger of being discontinued. They also make referrals to local, county or state agencies for longer-term assistance.


Helpline House Bainbridge Island

282 Knechtel Way NE Bainbridge Island, WA, 98110

Phone: (206) 842-7621

http://helplinehouse.org

Helpline House offers an umbrella of social services including a Food Bank (Special Business Hours) , counseling services & legal assistance.Helpline House invites the community to become part of the circle of giving and receiving help.


Imagine Housing

10604 NE 38th Place, Suite 215 Kirkland, WA, 98033

Phone: (425) 576-5190

http://imaginehousing.org/

Imagine Housing empowers individuals and families, supports diversity and strengthens communities by developing permanent affordable rental housing and providing supportive services. They offer residents a safe and stable place to live and a strong support network to build their confidence and their educational, employment, financial and life management skills. To find available housing go to the website, hover over the "What We Do" button and select "Our Communities," then contact each property manager.


InterConnection Computer Reuse Center

3415 Stone Way N Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 633-1517

http://interconnection.org/

Computer training and education to low-income volunteers. Low-income volunteers gain valuable hands-on computer hardware training in our Seattle Learning Center while refurbishing second-hand computer equipment so we can ship it to underserved communities worldwide. They also offer low-cost computers to non-profit and non governmental organizations around the world. They also have a $120 special for low income individuals and students.


Ken Baxter Community Center of Marysville

514 Delta Ave Comeford Park Marysville, WA, 98270

Phone: (360) 363-8450

http://marysvillewa.gov/Facilities/Facility/Details/6

This ADA accessible center provides a variety of recreational opportunities for people of all ages, including senior citizens. Some of these opportunities include legal assistance, health and wellness programs, various art classes, fitness classes and senior fitness classes.


MDC Housing Programs

721 South Fawcett Room 204 Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 597-6728

http://mdc-tacoma.org/about/service-directory

This is the access center the housing programs for homeless, low-income families and individuals, with four housing service models offered throughout Pierce County including Transitional Short-term Housing (for homeless families with case management services), Permanent Supportive Housing (for individuals who are chemically dependent or have mental or physical disabilities), Housing First (for individuals who are chronically homeless), and Affordable Housing for individuals earning less than 60% of median income). With the exception of Housing First 3, all these programs must have a referral from Access Point 4 Housing (AP4H).


King County Metro Transit Access Transportation Services

821 Second Avenue Suite 200 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 263-3113

http://metro.kingcounty.gov/tops/accessible/accessvan.html

Access Transportation service uses contractors to provide shared ride van transportation within most of King County. You must phone the call center from one to three days in advance of your trip to request a ride. Same-day trips are not available. You must be found eligible for the ADA Paratransit Program before you can request rides. You are expected to be available for pick up within a 45 minute window of time. If you provide them with you cell phone number, they will call you if you are not at the designated site at the agreed upon time. This program works well for people who are cognitively able to be responsible, or for people who have someone who can help them out at each end of the ride.


Metro Travel Training

821 2nd Ave. Ste 200 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 749-4242

http://metro.kingcounty.gov/tops/accessible/riding-the-bus/transit-instruction.html

Metro Travel Training or First Transit teaches anyone over 65 or with a cognitive or physical disability to ride buses safely. Instruction may be in a group for use of the bus lift/ramp for wheel chair or walker. The rest of the instruction is 1:1. starting with an assessment at home. Instruction may be provided verbally, in writing, with a story book or other visual cues, or whatever is needed for optimal learning. The instructor rides the bus with the client to a regular destination that is expected to be visited at least one way about 50 times a year. Instruction is done in real time and includes safety guidelines for walking to the bus stop, waiting at the bus stop and riding on the bus, stranger awareness, how to pay, pull cord, communicate with driver, make transfers, what to do if a stop or bus is missed, and culminates with a "safety follow" which involves an undercover instructor observing and even accosting the client to assess appropriate responses. (Please do not let a trainee know about this!) If after weeks of instruction the client is still deemed unsafe, the areas of concern will be communicated to the care provider. Training can be repeated if needs change. Receiving this training will not make you ineligible for Access.


OLYCAP

228 W 1st St. Port Angeles, WA, 98331

Phone: (360) 452-4726

http://olycap.org/contact-us

OLYCAP is the Peninsula's leading community resource center. It is located in Jefferson County, Callalam, spanning into forks. It provides all communal resources, including LIHEAP energy assistance, Home-fund money to help with monthly expenditures, oversees on Federal Headstart and Early Headstart programs, aids pregnant mothers and assists in job placement. It also serves as a mecca for referrals to other resources.


Pierce County Housing Authority

603 South Polk Street Tacoma, WA, 98445

Phone: (253) 620-5400

http://pchawa.org/

Pierce County Housing is the local government program that offers Section 8 housing vouchers and low income subsidized housing. Info on website: This information is for the applicant or landlord/property owner. Rules and regulations also located here. Applications - Section 8 Program, Affordable Housing, Tenant Screening, Application Form Section 8 Information - Section 8 Rental Assistance Program Section 8 News - Common Questions & Answers LIPH - Low Income Public Housing Program FSS/Homeownership - Family Self Sufficiency Program Info & Application Rental Properties Accepting Section 8 - Property Search Utility Allowance Schedules - Utility Allowance Tables Section 8 Wait List - Wait List Information and Inquiry Current Clients and Residents - Forms for Current PCHA Clients and Residents Notice About Potential Fraud - Information and Assistance About Your Personal Information


Hickman House

1101 Pike St Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 932-5341

http://salvationarmydomesticviolenceprograms.org/

The Salvation Army Hickman House provides transitional housing for women and children surviving domestic violence. A confidentially located, fully furnished 10-unit apartment complex, the program aims to help transition families exiting emergency shelter back to self sufficient living. Services include safety planning and individual supportive counseling, domestic violence and parenting support groups, referrals to helpful community resources, children's advocacy and therapeutic groups, legal advocacy, affordable housing referrals, information and advocacy.


Snohomish County Energy Assistance

3000 Rockefeller Ave Everett, WA, 982

Phone: (425) 388-3880

http://snohomishcountywa.gov/552/Energy-Assistance

The Energy Assistance Program provides one-time per heating season assistance in paying the heat bill for eligible households. They help with all heat fuel types (oil, natural gas, wood, propane, electric). They also provide grants ranging from $25-$1000 (depending on income, household size, type of housing, and heat bill) and repairs to heating systems.


Office of Community & Homeless Services (OCHS)

3000 Rockefeller Ave. Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 388-7200

http://snohomishcountywa.gov/901/Community-Homeless-Services-OCHS

This department contracts with a wide range of agencies that provide direct services to Snohomish County citizens in need of housing-related services. Support is available for individuals living in Snohomish County who have received a 3 day pay or vacate notice whose landlords will not work with them who need temporary assistance to stay in their home. It is also available for homeless individuals who want to locate in Snohomish County who have enough income to pay rent, but need help with the security deposit and first and last month?s rent. The income guideline for this program is 50% of the average income in the area. No referals from this telephone number except to 2-1-1 for housing assistance. Other programs are as followed: Ending Homelessness Program Emergency Solutions Grant Homeless Management Information System Housing & Essential Needs Grant Program


St. Vincent de Paul Energy Assistance

6424 Broadway Everett, WA, 98203

Phone: (425) 355-3504 x3

http://snohomishsaintvincent.com/index2.html

This resource provides energy assistance in Snohomish County.


Bellingham Community Voice Mail

1111 Cornwall Ave Suite C Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 734-5121 x233

http://springwire.us/cities/bellingham/

Community Voice Mail is a free service from Springwire. A Community Voice Mail phone number looks like any other number, and does not in any way signal the participant?s status or life situation. This number goes to a voice mail box where participants can record their own personal, professional greeting, and enable callers to leave messages. Participants may retrieve messages 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any touch-tone phone.


Skagit Community Voice Mail

330 Pacific Place Mount Vernon, WA, 98273

Phone: (360) 416-7585 x1254

http://springwire.us/cities/mount-vernon/

Community Voice Mail is a free service from Springwire. A Community Voice Mail phone number looks like any other number, and does not in any way signal the participant?s status or life situation. This number goes to a voice mail box where participants can record their own personal, professional greeting, and enable callers to leave messages. Participants may retrieve messages 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any touch-tone phone.


South Central WA Community Voice Mail

720 W Court St Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042 x 230

http://springwire.us/cities/pasco/

Community Voice Mail is a free service from Springwire. A Community Voice Mail phone number looks like any other number, and does not in any way signal the participant?s status or life situation. This number goes to a voice mail box where participants can record their own personal, professional greeting, and enable callers to leave messages. Participants may retrieve messages 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any touch-tone phone.


Seattle Community Voice Mail

1501 N 45th St Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 694-6771

http://springwire.us/cities/seattle/

Community Voice Mail is a free service from Springwire. A Community Voice Mail phone number looks like any other number, and does not in any way signal the participant?s status or life situation. This number goes to a voice mail box where participants can record their own personal, professional greeting, and enable callers to leave messages. Participants may retrieve messages 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any touch-tone phone.


Spokane Community Voice Mail

500 S. Stone Spokane, WA, 99202

Phone: (509) 624-4282 , ext 206

http://springwire.us/cities/spokane/

Community Voice Mail is a free service from Springwire. A Community Voice Mail phone number looks like any other number, and does not in any way signal the participant?s status or life situation. This number goes to a voice mail box where participants can record their own personal, professional greeting, and enable callers to leave messages. Participants may retrieve messages 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any touch-tone phone.


Vancouver WA Community Voice Mail

2500 Main Street Vancouver, WA, 98660

Phone: (360) 699-5106

http://springwire.us/cities/vancouver-2/

Community Voice Mail is a free service from Springwire. A Community Voice Mail phone number looks like any other number, and does not in any way signal the participant?s status or life situation. This number goes to a voice mail box where participants can record their own personal, professional greeting, and enable callers to leave messages. Participants may retrieve messages 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any touch-tone phone.


North Central WA Community Voice Mail

620 Lewis St Wenatchee, WA, 988001

Phone: (509) 662-6156 x238

http://springwire.us/cities/wenatchee/

Community Voice Mail is a free service from Springwire. A Community Voice Mail phone number looks like any other number, and does not in any way signal the participant?s status or life situation. This number goes to a voice mail box where participants can record their own personal, professional greeting, and enable callers to leave messages. Participants may retrieve messages 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any touch-tone phone.


Tri-Parish Food Bank

935 Peterson Road Burlington, Washington, 98223

Phone: (360) 757-0128

http://stcharles-burlington-wa.org/32

This food distribution center is a partner program of Northwest Harvest. Summer Hours (June through August) - Wednesday 3:00 to 6:00)


SideWalk

1139 5th Ave SE Olympia, WA, 98501

Phone: (360) 515-5587

http://walkthurston.org/

SideWalk is the Coordinated Entry site for shelter and housing services for homeless, childless adults in Thurston County. They do not screen for all homeless shelters in Thurston Co. They provide Rapid Rehousing services & a Veterans Assistance Program Walk-in between 10am - 2pm for assistance Mon-Thurs. Emergency Shelter Hotline after hours: 1-844-628-7343


Paratransit Services

4810 Auto Center Way, Suite Z Bremerton, WA, 98312

http://wanemt.com/

Paratransit Services provides Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) brokerage services under contract with the State of Washington's Health Care Authority (HCA). Services include door to door trip coordination and scheduling as well as the distribution of bus passes from local municipalities to qualified recipients. We arrange the lowest cost, most suitable transportation for your needs, including : Bus Passes or Tickets ; Gas Vouchers ; Volunteer Drivers ; Shared Ride and Cabulance. To use this service, you must get a DSHS Provider One Card which you use to pay for your medical visits. In addition, you must have no other way to get to your medical appointments. Please call our office at least 2 business days before your medical appointment. Call between 7:00 am and 7:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Call at least 2 weeks in advance to order bus passes or ferry tickets.


Salvation Army Family Services

1205 S Columbia St, Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 662-8864

http://wenatchee.salvationarmy.org/

Salvation Army Family Assistance helps families with housing, energy assistance, rental assistance, food assistance and housing assistance. They will also help furnish or supply basic need items to families in need.


ARCH A Regional Coalition for Housing

16225 NE 87th Street, Suite A-3 Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 861-3676

http://www.archhousing.org/index.html

A cooperative effort undertaken by fifteen Eastside cities and King County, ARCH is dedicated to increasing the supply of affordable housing in East King County. ARCH assists member governments in developing housing policies, strategies, programs, and development regulations; coordinates the cities' financial support to groups creating affordable housing for low? and moderate-income households; and assists people looking for affordable rental and ownership housing.


ArtSpace Hiawatha Lofts

843 Hiawatha Place South Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 709-7611

http://www.artspace.org/our-places/artspace-hiawatha-lofts

ArtSpace Projects is a nonprofit developer of affordable live-work space for artists with four locations in WA state. To be eligible, one must be an artist active in the community (needn't be selling work), and have an income of less than $25,000--$36,000 for a one person household. ArtSpace Hiawatha Loft is a 61-unit building in the Jackson Place neighborhood with mostly one bedroom units (6 two bedroom units) and a wait list of 1-2 years..


ArtSpace Everett Lofts

2917 Hoyt Avenue Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 252-5935

http://www.artspaceeverettlofts.com/

ArtSpace Projects is a nonprofit developer of affordable live-work space for artists with four locations in WA state. To be eligible, one must be an artist active in the community (needn't be selling work), and have an income of less than $25,000--$36,000 for a one person household. ArtSpace Everett Lofts is a 40-unit building in downtown Everett.


Bellwether Housing

1651 Bellevue Ave. Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 623-0506 admin

http://www.bellwetherhousing.org/

They provide stable affordable places to live for low-wage families, seniors, and individuals within Seattle city limit. They serve individuals at a variety of income levels, primarily families and individuals making between 30% and 80% of the median income in King County. They have about 30 properties in the Seattle area. Bellwether manages subsidized low-income housing units at several properties. Subsidized units are available through a waiting list process. All apartments have a maximum income limit. Therefore, all sources of income must be disclosed and verifiable for all household members.


Ben Franklin Transit-Tri-Cities

1000 Columbia Park Trail Richland, WA, 99352

Phone: 735-5100

http://www.bft.org/

Ben Franklin Transit has 21 routes serving Kennewick, Pasco, Richland, West Richland, Prosser, and Benton Cities. Four are Inter-City routes and 17 are routes called Locals which do not leave their designated city.


Capitol Hill Housing

1402 Third Avenue, Suite 200 Seattle, WA, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 329-7303

http://www.capitolhillhousing.org

Capitol Hill Housing is a public corporation organized by the City of Seattle and has properties throughout the Seattle area. They provide secure, affordable apartments to more than 1,700 people. Since 1976, they have served low- and moderate-income residents.


Family Housing Connection

WA

Phone: (206) 328-5796 after initial appt.)

http://www.ccsfhc.org

Family Housing Connection reduces the burden on families experiencing homelessness in King County by providing a single access point for shelter and housing resources. With one phone call to 211, an appointment will be scheduled for your family to meet with a Housing Specialist at a convenient, child friendly location. Your appointment will take about one hour (appointments with interpretation services will take two hours). During that time, your family will discuss your housing needs and barriers with a Housing Specialist. Service is available to families in shelters only or living in dwelling not fit for human habitation. Family includes at least one child under 18.


Hope House Multi-Service Center

207 Kentucky Street Bellingham, WA, 98226

Phone: (360) 671-8702

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=families_emergencyservices_hopehouse

Hope House Multi-Service Center is a collaborative effort between CCS and the Catholic parishes of Bellingham, providing distinct programs for Whatcom County. Fifty-nine social service agencies throughout the county issue vouchers for individuals and families to ?shop? free of charge at designated times. Hope House is staffed by volunteers and is supported by the generosity of the community.


Catholic Community Services East King County Family Center

875 140th Ave. NE Suite #205 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 213-1963

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_eastkc

Providing people with the tools they need to help themselves, whether they need child, family and individual counseling, adoption, foster care, transitional housing, meals, wrap around services for homeless youth, emergency services (rental, utility assistance) information and referral, home care and chore services for seniors and people with disabilities, pregnancy and parenting skills and assistance dealing with the emotions following an abortion.


Catholic Community Services East King County Family Center

875 140th Ave. NE Suite #205 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 213-1963

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_eastkc

Providing people with the tools they need to help themselves, whether they need child, family and individual counseling, adoption, foster care, transitional housing, meals, wrap around services for homeless youth, emergency services (rental, utility assistance) information and referral, home care and chore services for seniors and people with disabilities, pregnancy and parenting skills and assistance dealing with the emotions following an abortion.


Catholic Community Services East King County Family Center

875 140th Ave. NE Suite #205 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 213-1963

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_eastkc

Providing people with the tools they need to help themselves, whether they need child, family and individual counseling, adoption, foster care, transitional housing, meals, wrap around services for homeless youth, emergency services (rental, utility assistance) information and referral, home care and chore services for seniors and people with disabilities, pregnancy and parenting skills and assistance dealing with the emotions following an abortion.


Catholic Community Services of Western Washington

100 23rd Ave. S Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 328-5696

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=homepage

This non-profit helps low income individuals find housing (including shelters), basic needs like food and clothing, mental health treatment, services for children, health care, volunteers for in home care, chore help and more. See the website for specific resources.


Chelan-Douglas Community Action Council

620 Lewis Street Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 662-6156

http://www.cdcac.org/

The purpose of this organization is to facilitate federal, state, and local resources and engage local communities and businesses in meeting needs of the economically disadvantaged. Their programs and services include energy assistance, weatherization, food banks, housing, intermountain AmeriCorps, literacy council, Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, and Wenatchee Community Center.


Chelan-Douglas Community Action Council

620 Lewis Street Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 662-6156

http://www.cdcac.org/

The purpose of this organization is to facilitate federal, state, and local resources and engage local communities and businesses in meeting needs of the economically disadvantaged. Their programs and services include energy assistance, weatherization, food banks, housing, intermountain AmeriCorps, literacy council, Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, and Wenatchee Community Center.


Chief Seattle Club Daily Services

410 2nd Avenue Ext S Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 292-6214

http://www.chiefseattleclub.org/

Registered organization dedicated to physically and spiritually supporting American Indian and Alaska Native people. Located in Pioneer Square district provides food, medical support, housing assistance, computer training, the Urban Indian Legal Clinic, a Native art program and gallery, weekly Kateri Circle Mass, frequent outings to tribes, pow wows, and museums, and more.


Chief Seattle Club Housing Services

410 2nd Avenue Ext S Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 292-6214

http://www.chiefseattleclub.org/

Registered organization dedicated to physically and spiritually supporting American Indian and Alaska Native people. Located in Pioneer Square district provides food, medical support, housing assistance, computer training, the Urban Indian Legal Clinic, a Native art program and gallery, weekly Kateri Circle Mass, frequent outings to tribes, pow wows, and museums, and more.


Children's Home Society East County Family Resource Center

1702 C Street Washougal, WA, 98671

Phone: (360) 835-7802

http://www.chs-wa.org/Our_Locations/Vancouver/Vancouver_Family_Center.html

At the East County Family Resource Center, staff provide early learning, child and family counseling, and family support services to families through programs such as PlayBright Play and Learn groups, Welcome Baby @ Home, Parents as Teachers, Triple P Parent Coaching, and Kinship Care Navigator.


Beyond the Borders Connector

2220 S. Tacoma Way Suite B Tacoma, WA, 98409

Phone: Ph (253) 476-4657

http://www.co.pierce.wa.us/index.aspx?nid=1269

Beyond the Borders Connector Beyond the Borders helps eligible residents access public transportation, medical services, employment, shopping, and social activities. Do I need to make a reservation before I ride? Yes. All riders must complete an eligibility screening to take advantage of the service. Contact: TransPro Customer Service Ph (888) 600-8043 Ph (253) 476-4657 Where are the routes located? 1.Sumner with connections to Pierce Transit and Sound Transit 2.Spanaway with connections to Pierce Transit at the Wal-Mart on Mountain Highway 3.South Hill with connections to Pierce Transit near Wal-Mart, Kohls, and Fred Meyers Route guides are on PDF file on website Who can ride the Connector or demand response shuttle? Youth age 12-17, senior citizens, people with disabilities, and people with low incomes who live in rural Pierce County may be eligible to ride the routed bus service. Demand Response eligibility is limited to: ?Transportation to dialysis appointments (unlimited) ?Work-related trips (maximum ride total of $500 per person per month) ?Employment-related classes and internships (maximum ride total of $250 per person per month) What does the Connector cost to ride? There is no cost to riders. Use of the routed service is unlimited ? riders can get on and off at stops throughout the community and ride multiple times each day.


Pierce County Community Action Programs

1305 Tacoma Ave. S., Suite 104 Tacoma, WA, 98418

Phone: (253) 798-4500

http://www.co.pierce.wa.us/pc/Abtus/ourorg/comsvcs/CoAction/html/CommAction.htm

This is the county's resource center akin to United Way. They can provide energy assistance, help with winterizing your home, find affordable housing and housing repair, assist with getting someone hooked up the shuttle or private transportation. They also offer Early Childhood Education ,Community and Emergency training, Employment assistance classes, and more.


Adventist Community Service Center

1029 Puget St NE Olympia, WA, 98506

Phone: (360) 943-1518

http://www.communityservices.org/

This center provides a clothing bank and some emergency food but no financial assistance. Clothing bank visits are limited to once every two months, unless there is an emergency. Bread is available once a week. Individuals should be prepared to show photo ID.


Housing Solutions Center

2306 NE Andresen Road, Suite A Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 695-9677

http://www.councilforthehomeless.org

Assesses clients to determine the best-fit housing solution and additional support services. Clients will also have access to volunteer navigators to help them connect with a variety of resources such as signing up for DSHS benefits, accessing employment support, or obtaining essential documents. Also provides Community Voice Mail and Landlord Outreach to connect clients with landlords willing to rent to people with barriers to renting. Rent, deposit and eviction prevention assistance available to those who are at risk of losing housing, doubled up with another household, or homeless.


Cowlitz Indian Tribe Tribal Housing

107 Spencer Road, Toledo, WA, 98591

Phone: (360) 864-8720

http://www.cowlitz.org/index.php/contacts/21-housing

Provides Housing and resources to those facing poverty and are members of the Cowlitz Tribe.


South Sound Community Voice Mail

721 South Fawcett Avenue Room 203 Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 284-9099

http://www.cvm.org/our-work/community-voice-mail/

Community Voice Mail is a free service from Springwire. A Community Voice Mail phone number looks like any other number, and does not in any way signal the participant?s status or life situation. This number goes to a voice mail box where participants can record their own personal, professional greeting, and enable callers to leave messages. Participants may retrieve messages 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any touch-tone phone.


Community Transit Dial-a-Ride

8225 44th Ave W, Suite D Mukilteo, WA, 98275

Phone: (425) 347-5912

http://www.dialaride.org

DART is a specialized, shared ride, curb-to-curb service for people with disabilities who are not able to ride the regular fixed-route Community Transit system. It is also available for people who cannot get to boarding locations due to an ADA disability.


Eatonville Family Agency Adult Daycare

305 West Center Street Eatonville, WA, 98328

Phone: (360) 832-6805

http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/node/28

The Eatonville Family Agency provides programs and services in the 450 square mile Eatonville School. A food bank and rent/utility assistance are also avialable through this agency.


Eatonville Family Agency

305 West Center Street, Eatonville, WA, 98328

Phone: (360) 832-6805

http://www.eatonvillefamilyagency.org/about.php

They provide a food bank, backpack food program for school students, clothing bank, domestic violence assistance, senior citizen activities, DSHS basic food and medical enrollment assistance, rent and utility help, holiday food and toys, and school supplies. The food bank is open from 9am to 3pm Monday , Wednesday, Thursday and Friday adn closed from 1-2 for lunch. The food bank is closed on Tuesday. The clothing bank is open on Thursdays 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.


UP and Running

1000 Black Lake Blvd Olympia, Wa, 98502

Phone: (360) 596-5870

http://www.ecconline.cc/contact-us/

Up and Running program at Evergreen Christian Community provides affordable, excellent auto care to those who would otherwise be unable to afford it. Our goal is to give working families access to reliable transportation. Our experienced, qualified mechanic offers car repair services to low-discretionary-income families at reduced rates. According to the website, this organization focus on immediate needs while giving reliable advice for long-term repair needs.


Everett Gospel Mission

2222 53nd St. SE Everett, Washington, 98203

Phone: (425) 740-2500

http://www.egmission.org/home

This service provides shelter, food and services at four different locations in Snohomish County. They offer emergency services as well as long term recovery programs. Additional Phone Numbers: Men?s Shelter (425) 740-2550 Women?s Shelter (425) 740-2501


Everett Para Transit

3225 Cedar Street Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 257-8801

http://www.everetttransit.org/149/Para-Transit

This is a pre-scheduled bus service providing curb-to-curb service for people with medical conditions or disabilities. Everett residentsa age 65 and over are eligible. Individuals must meet ADA requirements and submit an application for which processing may take up to 21 days.


United Church of Christ

2624 Rockefeller Ave Everett, WA

Phone: (425) 252-7224

http://www.everettucc.org/

This church offers free dinner programs.


Everett Housing Authority

3107 Colby Ave Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 258-9222

http://www.evha.org/

This organization provides Section 8 vouchers, rental assistance, affordable housing, utility allowance, family services, and hope options (mental health-housing, Intervention case management).


FamilyWorks Family Resource Center

1501 North 45th Street Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 694-6727

http://www.familyworksseattle.org/

FamilyWorks provides a family resource center and a food bank for families. Services include play groups, individual and family advocacy, parenting classes, single parent activities, help for teen parents, life skill development and WIC appointments. The FamilyWorks Food Bank provides weekly groceries to people in need of food who live in the following zip codes: 98103, 98115, 98107, 98133 First time customers are asked to bring a photo ID and proof of address.


Neighbors in Need Food Bank

1615 South 2nd Street Mount Vernon, Washington, 98274

Phone: (360) 420-0558

http://www.foodbanks.net/organization/1689/skagit-valley-neighbors-in-need/

The neighbors in Need Food Bank provides balanced nutritious food baskets for those in need.


Grays Harbor Transit

705 30th Street Hoquiam, WA, 98550

Phone: (360) 532-2770

http://www.ghtransit.com/

Grays Harbor Transit offers bus service within Grays Harbor county.


Womens Hearth

920 W Second Ave Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 455-4249

http://www.help4women.org/programs/the-womens-hearth

The Women's Hearth is a safe, welcoming community that promotes growth and well being for women in need. Services are free. They provide access to basic needs such as showers, food and hygiene products. There are meeting and speakers along with access to resources and referrals for various social services, especially housing and mental health concerns. There is also a technology center where women have free access to computers.


Housing and Essential Needs (HEN) King County

100 23rd Ave. S Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 328-5755

http://www.henkingcounty.org/

This is an emergency assistance Service. The Housing and Essential Needs program (HEN) provides rent and utilities assistance to those enrolled in the state's Medical Care Services (MCS) program, who do not receive cash assistance, and who qualify as homeless or at-risk of homelessness Catholic Community Services distributes checks to landlords and/or utility companies. Utilities assistance is limited to electricity, natural gas, sewer, water, garbage, and utility deposits. The maximum amount of combined rent assistance and utility assistance per month is $400 per person. In addition, the program can pay up to $400 in back rent/utilities one time only. Applicants will be eligible for ongoing assistance as long as they are enrolled in MCS and funds are available. Does not provide housing search assistance. HEN also provides a limited amount of cleaning supplies, hygiene supplies and transportation assistance. Must be enrolled in HEN to receive supplies. Transportation is limited to one Orca bus pass in the amount of $50 per client once per 30 days.


Washington Homeownership Center

17544 Midvale Ave N Shoreline, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 542-1243

http://www.homeownership-wa.org

With a mission to ?increase and preserve home ownership for low- and moderate-income individuals and families,? they provided information about home ownership assistance programs, predatory lending, avoiding foreclosure, lenders, and real estate professionals to families and individuals who hope to become first-time home buyers.


HomeSource

305 South 11th Ave, Suite 3 Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 452-2720

http://www.homesourceyakima.com

The Home Source offers property management and vacancies for people seeking housing in the Yakima area.


Hopelink

15809 Westminster Way N Shoreline, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 440-7300

http://www.hope-link.org/

Foodbank hours: 1st and 3rd Tuesday 10:00-1:00, 2nd and 4th Tuesday 5:00-8:00, 2nd and 4th Wednesday 10:00-1:00. Twice per month usage allowed. Hopelink offers a diverse selection of services to clients, including transportation services, adult and financial education, emergency financial assistance, housing, employment training, home heating assistance, emergency family shelter, case managemnt, and family development coordination, building self-sufficiency and a habit of lifelong learning.


Hopelink

16725 Cleveland St Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 882-0241

http://www.hope-link.org/

Foodbank hours Snoqualmie Valley Transportation services this location. Hopelink offers a diverse selection of educational services to clients, building self-sufficiency and a habit of lifelong learning. Hopelink provides rental assistance, temporary shelter, transitional housing, and transportation services.


Kirkland/Northshore Foodbank and Emergency Services

11011 120th Ave. NE Kirkland, WA, 98033

Phone: (425) 889-7880

http://www.hope-link.org/contact/locations/

The food bank helps families in crisis, and believes in helping families to make lasting change by learning about nutrition, safe food handling, and budgeting for groceries. The food bank offers food from every nutritional group, as well as baby items and personal care products.


Redmond Food Bank and Emergency Services

16725 Cleveland Street Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 882-0241

http://www.hope-link.org/contact/locations/

The food bank helps families in crisis and believes in helping families to make lasting change by learning about nutrition, safe food handling, and budgeting for groceries. The food bank offers food from every nutritional group, as well as baby items and personal care products.


Shoreline Foodbank and Emergency Services

15809 Westminster Way N Shoreline, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 440-7300

http://www.hope-link.org/get_help/food#sno

Food bank hours: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Tues/Thurs, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Mon, 1:00 pm - 7:30 pm Wed.The food bank helps families in crisis, and believes in helping families to make lasting change by learning about nutrition, safe food handling, and budgeting for groceries. The food bank offers food from every nutritional group, as well as baby items and personal care products.


Sno-Valley Foodbank and Emergency Services

31957 E. Commercial St. Carnation, WA, 98014

Phone: (425) 333-4163

http://www.hope-link.org/get_help/food#sno

The food bank helps families in crisis, and believes in helping families to make lasting change by learning about nutrition, safe food handling, and budgeting for groceries. The food bank offers food from every nutritional group, as well as baby items and personal care products. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays 4:30pm 6:30 pm Contact the Kirkland Northshore Center at 425-889-7880 to make a registration appointment


Housing Hope

5830 Evergreen Way Everett, WA, 98203

Phone: (425) 347-6556

http://www.housinghope.org

Housing Hope offers a full range of affordable housing options throughout Snohomish County. Housing types include emergency shelter, transitional housing, affordable-rent units and homeownership opportunities. The housing is enriched with services such as case management, education, employment preparation and life skills training through the College of Hope program. As of Oct 1st, 2014 the wait list is closed. Applicants can check back in 6 months.


Human Services Council Transportation

201 Northeast 73rd Street Suite 101 Vancouver, WA, 98665

Phone: (360) 694-9997

http://www.hsc-wa.org/Transportation/MedicalTransportation/

The Human Services Council provides non-emergency transportation assistance in Clark, Cowlitz, Klickitat, Skamania and Wahkiakum Counties for those services covered by Medicaid. We provide transportation to the closest medical provider of type in your community. We cannot transport to services which are not covered under your specific Medicaid program.


Interurban Senior Living

14002 Lindon Ave N Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 569-0507

http://www.interurbanseniorliving.com/p/affordable_senior_living_community/affordable_55_apartments_7617/seattle-wa-98133/interurban-senior-living-7617

This program is part of Tax Credit program and has set rents which are not based on a percentage of income. At Interurban Senior Living, each member of the Applicant's household must be age 55 or older and at least one member of the Applicant's household must be age 61 or older by the end of the current year or disabled.


Interfaith Works

701 Franklin St. SE Olympia, WA, 98501

Phone: (360) 918-8424

http://www.iwshelter.org/

Interfaith Works has an emergency overnight shelter that is open 24-hours. It is centralized and integrated site to serve a broad range of needs of adults who are experiencing homelessness. Individuals will not be denied if they do not have a valid ID, couples can stay together, and service animals and companion pets can be accommodated.


Jewish Family Services of Seattle Food Bank Program

1601 16th Avenue Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 461-3240

http://www.jfsseattle.org/foodbank.html

The Jewish Family Service Food Bank is a member of the Seattle Food Committee. They serve people of all backgrounds who live in zip codes 98121, 98122, 98101, 98112...as well as providing kosher food for those in the Jewish community who request it. Individuals should be prepared to show ID with current address. Most people use the Food Bank one time per month. If you have exceptional circumstances, please contact an Emergency Services Case Manager at (206) 461-3240 to discuss your specific needs. Hours: Mon/Fri 10:00 - 12:00 pm, 2:00 - 4:00 pm.


Sojourner Place

5071 8th Ave NE Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 545-4200

http://www.jwcenter.org/about-jubilee/sojourner-place/

Transitional Housing for women. Individuals can live here for up to 1 year while taking classes or working. Services include room, food, goal oriented counseling, life skills classes and structure.


King County Housing Authority Public Housing

600 Andover Park W. Tukwila, WA, 98188

Phone: (206) 574-1100

http://www.kcha.org/

KIng County Housing Authority offers people with low incomes subsidized housing to help rent apartments (with child care, after school care and minimal social services offered at many sites), and other affordable rental housing. KCHA's moderate-income housing serves people who can pay rent priced closer to market rates. KCHA owns three age-restricted manufactured housing properties as well. Edibility is limited to families, individuals ages 55 and up and those who are disabled.


King County Housing Authority Section 8 Housing

700 Andover Park W. Tukwila, WA, 98188

Phone: (206) 214-1300

http://www.kcha.org/

KIng County Housing Authority offers people with low incomes Section 8 Vouchers to rent homes on the private market. With a voucher, you pay at least 28 percent, but not more than 40 percent (in the first year), of your household income for rent and utilities. KCHA pays the difference between your portion of the rent and the amount your landlord requests. KCHA's Section 8 waiting list is closed and the issuance of vouchers has been suspended.


Kitsap Transit ACCESS Services

60 Washington Avenue Suite 200 Bremerton, WA, 98377

Phone: (360) 373-2877

http://www.kitsaptransit.com/access-and-vanlink/access

ACCESS Service provides door-to-door or curb-to-curb transportation to the elderly and disabled unable to use the fixed route transit system to doctor?s appointments, shopping, visiting friends, or any other destination within Kitsap County. To schedule rides on Kitsap Transit ACCESS, you must first complete an eligibility application and receive approval prior to scheduling. Kitsap Transit Access is designed to provide transportation for seniors and people with disabilities who are unable to use Transit regular routed buses. To qualify for ACCESS services, you must be physically unable to get to or from a regular Kitsap Transit bus stop or you are unable to understand and follow transit directions or understand information signs for reasons other than language or literacy even if travel trained. Rides must be reserved at least one day in advance of your trip. Transportation on ACCESS is shared with others in Kitsap County. Seats are limited certain times of the day, so call up to seven days ahead if possible.


Lakewood Area Shelter Association

PO Box 98619 Lakewood, WA, 98496

Phone: (253) 582-5320

http://www.lasawa.org/

To access LASA?s services you must first go though an intake at Access Point for Housing. Please call AP4H at 253-682-3401. Programs include: Outreach This volunteer-run program provides prevention assistance with utilities, prescriptions, and bus tickets. This program also provides rental assistance to households with a 3-day pay or vacate notice (when available). Rental assistance is in great demand and can be the last stop before a family becomes homeless. Outreach operates Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 am ? 12:00 pm. Housing for Families Experiencing Homelessness Shelter Program Short-term shelter housing provides families a safe turn-key ready apartment with stays of up to 30 days. Phone and utility services are included along with case management focused on the family?s immediate needs. There is no charge to the participant for this service. Transitional Program Transitional Housing provides families their own apartment or townhome for 12 to 24 months. Families pay 30% of their eligible income which covers the apartment, utilities and, of course, case management. Case Management focuses on long-term goals and helps move families from homelessness to self-sufficiency. Life Skills are also developed through classes with partnering agencies. Family Permanency Project (FPP) We operate six units in Lakewood and four in Fife in a partnership with Sound Families, Pierce County Housing Authority, and social service agencies. Families are provided an apartment along with case management services. A limited number of Section 8 certificates are available to graduates of this program. Section 8 is a federally-subsidized program that helps low income families pay their rent. Ainsworth House This group house serves 3 to 4 young mothers and their babies. Each mother and child can stay up to 24 months based on program participation. Case management services are provided including education on parenting, finances, landlord-tenant rights/laws, and other life skills. Permanent Low Income Housing Orchard Heights is a privately owned apartment community that receives a tax credit for renting out 10 units at low cost to formerly homeless families. LASA is able to partner with them to place appropriate program graduates into this beautiful complex.


Meals On Wheels Tacoma

223 North Yakima Tacoma, Washington, 98406

Phone: (253) 722-5684

http://www.lcsnw.org/tacoma/mealsonwheels.html

This program delivers frozen meals in Pierce county (excluding Anderson Island). You must be 60 years old or older, home bound, don't drive or live with someone who drives. Also, may not have a full time paid caregiver to cook and shop for them. Meals are delivered weekly or bi-monthly depending on the area.


LinkPlus Paratransit

300 South Columbia Street Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 662-1155

http://www.linktransit.com/services-programs/linkplus

LinkPlus is the name of the transportation service provided by Link Transit as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act for individuals whose disability prevents them from using the regular fixed-route bus service either all of the time, temporarily, or under certain circumstances. Persons aged 65 and over, persons of disability and Medicare card holders, can ride Link Transit fixed route buses for up to one half of regular fare. To receive this fare, individuals must present either a Link Transit ID Card or a Medicare card with a photo ID to the driver when paying their fare. A review is required for this service


Multi Service Center

1200 S 336th St Federal Way, WA, 98003

Phone: (206) 838-6810

http://www.multi-servicecenter.com/home/

Multi-Service Center helps to strengthen communities throughout South King County. They address the causes and barriers of poverty and homelessness with comprehensive and holistic services that help to lift people from crisis and vulnerability to self-sufficiency and stability. With individually-tailored support and resources, men, women, youth and children can find their way out of poverty.


Northwest Community Action Center

706 Rentschler Lane Toppensih, WA, 98948

Phone: (509) 865-7630

http://www.ncactopp.org/

Northwest Community Action provides energy assistance, rental assistance, homeless aide, family services including parents as teachers, parent education, Home weatherization, safe haven developmental ore-school, high school graduation incentives, supplemental educational services, and employment services.


Neighborhood House Rainier Vista

4410 29th Ave. S. Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 461-4568

http://www.nhwa.org

The mission of Neighborhood House is to help diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health, and community building. They offer programs in health, youth, transportation, community building and employment with an emphasis on immigrants and low income people.


High Point Neighborhood House

6400 Sylvan Way SW Seattle, WA, 98126

Phone: (206) 588-4900

http://www.nhwa.org

The mission of Neighborhood House is to help diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health, and community building. They offer programs in health, youth, transportation, community building and employment with an emphasis on immigrants and low income people.


Neighborhood House Lee House at NewHolly

7315 39th Ave. S. Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 760-3601

http://www.nhwa.org

The mission of Neighborhood House is to help diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health, and community building. They offer programs in health, youth, transportation, community building, and employment with an emphasis on immigrants and low income people.


Neighborhood House Yesler Terrace

825 E. Yesler Way Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 461-4522

http://www.nhwa.org

The mission of Neighborhood House is to help diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health, and community building. Neighborhood House offers a variety of social services throughout Seattle and King County for people of all ages including health, youth programs, transportation, community building, employment and others. Neighborhood House strives to enhance community living in many ways with an emphasis on immigrants and low income people.


Neighborhood House Wiley Center at Greenbridge

9800 8th Ave. S.W. Seattle, WA, 98106

Phone: (206) 461-4554

http://www.nhwa.org

The mission of Neighborhood House is to help diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health, and community building. They offer programs in health, youth services, transportation, community building and employment with an emphasis on immigrants and low income people.


Nisqually Elders Program

4820 She Nah Num Drive Olympia, WA, 98513

Phone: (360) 486-9546

http://www.nisqually-nsn.gov/index.php/administration/elders/

Nisqually Elders Program is supporting unpaid caregivers, providing support services and referrals to outside agencies, education, provides free meals to seniors, and peer support. Their Elders Program, serve lunch and provide activities for Elders 55 and older.


North Creek by Bonaventure

1907 201st Place SE Bothell, WA, 98012

Phone: (425) 483-8927

http://www.northcreekbonaventure.com/

North Creek by Bonaventure is a four story building with balconies, high ceilings and lots of light, units having an open living plan with kitchen and eating bar, a spacious main dining room and private dining rooms available for family gatherings, walking paths and sunny patios. Levels of care: retirement living, assisted living and memory care. Amenities: home cooked meals, scheduled transportation, weekly housekeeping, laundry service, personal assistance, library, gardening, activity center, exercise room, billiards room, beauty/barber salon, computer room, store, phone services, emergency call systems, security, friendly staff. You may eat a free lunch or dinner here when checking the location out! They would consider someone younger than 60 if there were a medical reason and they were an appropriate fit.


Northshore Senior Center Transportation

10201 East Riverside Drive Bothell, WA, 98011

Phone: (425) 286-1026

http://www.northshoreseniorcenter.org/programsservices/transportation/overview.aspx

Northshore Senior Center Transportation partners with King County Metro, Community Transit, Hopelink and other agencies to provide transportation options to our participants, including: Door-to-door service to Northshore & Kenmore Senior Centers and local medical appointments. and weekly shopping trips. All Northshore Senior Center Transportation mini-buses are wheelchair lift equipped


Northwest Associates

1200 Chesterly Dr. Suite 200 Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 574-4313

http://www.northwest-associates.com/

Northwest Associates is a leader in providing high-quality affordable housing throughout the rural Intermountain West. We work with local governments and syndication to finance major rehabilitation work on existing multi-family project


Northwest Furniture Bank

117 Puyallup Ave Tacoma, WA, 98421

Phone: (253) 302-3868

http://www.nwfurniturebank.org/

NW Furniture Bank works on a referral basis only serving families in Pierce County. A family must work with one of the pre-approved organizations or social service agencies that partner with them to have a furniture request [referral] placed on their behalf. They do not replace or upgrade furniture you may already have. They provide gently used furniture and household items to families at or below the poverty level struggling with fire, flood, job loss, domestic violence relocation, foster child aging out, or someone moving from transitional housing. Only one visit is allowed to the furniture bank in your lifetime.


Northwest Regional Council on Medicaid Transportation

600 Lakeway Drive Suite 100 Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 738-4554

http://www.nwrcwa.org/medicaid-transportation/

The Health Care Authority (HCA) contracts with NWRC as a broker to provide Medicaid transportation. It is non-ambulance transportation to all people eligible for Medicaid who have no other means of transportation to covered medical services. The NWRC serves as the broker for these services by authorizing and arranging transportation for people eligible for Medicaid in Island, San Juan, Skagit and Whatcom Counties


Opportunity Council

1111 Cornwall Ave. Suite C Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 734-5121

http://www.oppco.org/

The Opportunity Council Community Resource Center connects people with community resources to help meet basic needs such as food and housing; including requests for emergency shelter, rental assistance, referrals for affordable housing and problem solving help with landlord/tenant issues. They offer a broad scope of services that range from addressing immediate and crisis-oriented needs (food, emergency shelter, eviction-prevention) to longer-term programs that promote self-sufficiency in our community (early childhood education, home weatherization).


People for People Medicaid Transportation Brokerage

304 W Lincoln Ave Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 248-6726

http://www.pfp.org/pfp/Transportation/Services.aspx

People For People arranges transportation for people of all ages who have current Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Provider One Medicaid card and need transportation to non-emergency medical services. Verification for proper eligibility is confirmed and then the most cost-effective, appropriate transportation is coordinated. Gas and local lodging costs may be covered if you have referral from local doctor. Call County Broker at least 48 hours in advance of medical appointment, call further in advance if gas and lodging are required. Health Care Provider must call if you need to book a short-notice ride.


Pioneer Human Services Seattle

7740 West Marginal Way S. Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 768-1990

http://www.pioneerhumanservices.org/

Pioneer Services offers programs that help people who are re-entering society from prison or jail and those who are overcoming chemical addiction and mental illness. They offer a fully integrated array of housing, employment, training, reentry and treatment services. This location offers up to 18 months of transitional clean and sober housing for single adults who are able to function independently. The buildings are old and do not have wheelchair accessibility. Permanent housing is for low income individuals or couples.


Pioneer Human Services Auburn

Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (206) 766-7950

http://www.pioneerhumanservices.org/

Pioneer Services offers programs that help people who are re-entering society from prison or jail and those who are overcoming chemical addiction and mental illness. They offer a fully integrated array of housing, employment, training, reentry and treatment services. This location offers permanent housing for low income individuals or couples. Large studio, 1bedroom, 2 bedroom units.


Pioneer Human Services Tacoma

Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 272-5486

http://www.pioneerhumanservices.org/

Pioneer Services offers programs that help people who are re-entering society from prison or jail and those who are overcoming chemical addiction and mental illness. They offer a fully integrated array of housing, employment, training, reentry and treatment services. This location offers up to 18 months of transitional clean and sober housing for families. One building has wheelchair accessibility. Studio, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom units.


Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets

1609 19th Ave Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 726-8500

http://www.psks.org/

PSKS offers a myriad of services for homeless or unstably housed youth and young adults (ages 13-29). Office Hours: M-F 9 AM to 4 PM Drop-In: Hours are M,T,W,F noon-3pm. Hot lunch, showers, laundry, case management, various activities Shelter: Nightly 20-mat shelter for ages 18-29. Walk-ins accepted at 9:15pm per availability. Shelter runs from 9:30pm-7:30am.


Adra P. Berry Food Bank

31104 SE 86th St Preston, WA, 98050

Phone: (425) 222-5573

http://www.ragingrivercommunitychurch.org

This food pantry provides emergency food for anyone in need with no geographic restrictions. Open on Thursdays from 3:00 - 4:00 pm.


Rebuilding Together South Sound

4019 S. Orchard St. Tacoma, WA, 98466

Phone: (253) 238-0977

http://www.rebuildingtogetherss.org/

Rebuilding Together South Sound was established in 2001 and is part of the national Rebuilding Together organization. They are a volunteer, charitable group and repair or rebuild homes at no cost to low-income homeowners, particularly those who are elderly, disabled or families with children.


Red Cross of Kitsap County

811 Pacific Ave. Bremerton, WA, 98337

Phone: (360) 377-3761

http://www.redcross.org/

The American Red Cross saves lives. When disaster strikes, they respond with food, shelter and hope. When barriers of distance, language or warfare separate loved ones, they open lines of communication. When families, co-workers and communities must prepare for emergencies, they help them take action.


Renton Housing Authority

2900 N.E. 10th St. Renton, WA, 98056

Phone: (425) 226-1850

http://www.rentonhousing.org/

The mission of the Renton Housing Authority is to provide decent, quality, affordable housing in a safe environment to people with low incomes who make Renton their home. Income must be 2.5 times the rent of the unit.


Tacoma Rescue Mission Downtown Campus

425 South Tacoma Way Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 383-4493

http://www.rescue-mission.org/downtown-tacoma-campus

The Rescue Mission Downtown Campus provides daily meals to homeless individuals as well as short-term shelter. Drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation services are housed at this location as well. However, the location above is only for emergency Men services, shelter or food. For women's services please see appropriate resrouce


Rebuilding Together Seattle

500 Aurora Ave N #305 Seattle, WA, 98109

Phone: (206) 682-1231

http://www.rtseattle.org

RTS is a volunteer, charitable group and repair or rebuild homes at no cost to low-income homeowners, particularly those who are elderly, disabled or families with children.


Salvation Army Family Services

1205 S Columbia St, Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 662-8864

http://www.salvationarmy.org/

Salvation Army Family Assistance helps families with housing, energy assistance, rental assistance, food assistance and housing assistance. They will also help furnish or supply basic need items to families in need.


Salvation Army Family Services

1205 S Columbia St, Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 662-8864

http://www.salvationarmynw.org/

Salvation Army Family Assistance helps families with housing, energy assistance, rental assistance, food assistance and housing assistance. They will also help furnish or supply basic need items to families in need.


Sea Mar Bellingham Homeless Outreach Program

4455 Cordata Parkway Bellingham, WA, 98226

Phone: (360) 788-7155

http://www.seamar.org/

The goal of Sea Mar Homeless/Outreach program is to provide individuals with the services they need to acquire their basic needs with a focus on the low income homeless and Latino populations. Services Offered include transportation services WTA, mental and dental coverage for the homeless, prescription funds, shelter outreach, migrant outreach services, case management, referrals for health education, substance abuse and mental health programs, referrals for assistance with food, clothing and household items, shower passes to the YMCA and referrals to other community agencies.


Mount Vernon Healthcare for Homeless

1010 E College Way Mt. Vernon, WA, 98273

Phone: (360) 542-8899

http://www.seamar.org/static_pages/community_healthcare.php

Sea Mar?s Healthcare for Homeless program works to ensure individuals who are homeless (including migrants) have access to quality health care. This includes primary health care (medical, preventive health and dental), substance abuse (drugs and alcohol) treatment and counseling, and mental-health services. Bilingual staff are available to reduce barriers to care by providing additional case-management services, including assistance with entitlement applications, translations, housing, employment, and job-training referrals. Clients also may be eligible at times for bus, shower and food vouchers.


La Posada East (Sea Mar Motel)

627 West Lewis Street Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 205-4218

http://www.seamar.org/static_pages/laposada.php

Affordable, temporary housing for seasonal farmworkers in the Pasco/Tri-Cities area. La Posada?s two buildings provide nearly 200 beds in motel-style accommodations with air conditioning, bathrooms, microwave ovens and television.


Seattle Office of Housing

700 Fifth Avenue, Ste 5700 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 684-0721

http://www.seattle.gov/housing/

Seattle Office of Housing offers home repair loans and weatherization grants to those who are income eligible, own their home and need the repairs/upgrades in order to stay in the home.


Homewise Weatherization Services

700 Fifth Avenue, Suite 5700 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 684-0255

http://www.seattle.gov/housing/HomeWise/

Seattle homeowners and rental property owners can receive free weatherization services if they meet income qualifications. (Qualification is by resident income.)


Seattle Public Utilities

700 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA, 98124

Phone: (206) 684-3000

http://www.seattle.gov/util/index.htm

This is assistance for Seniors, Persons with Disabilities and Low-Income Customers who can save up to 50% of their Seattle Public Utilities water, sewer, garbage and drainage bill if their household income is at or below 70% of the state median income. Residents of federal subsidized public housing are not eligible.


Sacred Heart Church

4520 McKinley Ave Tacoma, WA, 98404

Phone: (253) 472-7738

http://www.seattlearchdiocese.org/Directory/ParishDetail.aspx?ID=125

They offer food to people living in thier district. The parish handles families from 38th Street to 72nd Street in Tacoma and Shalishan to Pacific Avenue.


Seattle Housing Authority

190 Queen Ave N Seattle, WA, 98109

Phone: (206) 239-3300

http://www.seattlehousing.org

Low Income Public Housing units are managed by Seattle Housing Authority. They come in a range of bedroom sizes. Most are located in apartment buildings, but some are located in smaller, multi-family buildings. The program has site-specific waiting lists. Applicants can add their names to the waiting list for one or two buildings of their choice. Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) and Low Income Public Housing admission services are available at this location, although as of (01.06.2014, the waiting list for Section 8 is closed and may not reopen for several years).


Red Cross of King County

1900 25th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 323-2345

http://www.seattleredcross.org/

The American Red Cross saves lives. When disaster strikes, they respond with food, shelter and hope. When barriers of distance, language or warfare separate loved ones, they open lines of communication. When families, co-workers and communities must prepare for emergencies, they help them take action.


Share & Care House Seattle

11460 First Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98168

Phone: (206) 764-4849

http://www.shareandcarehouse.org/

Share & Care House Services include Certified Professional Guardianship, Payee/Fiduciary Programs for DSHS, SSA, VA, & other beneficiaries, HEN Rent/utility assistance (Pierce County), Transitional & Emergency Housing for homeless families, Supportive Housing for Chronically homeless individuals, Clothing Banks, Camp Samish, and Enhanced Fiduciary/Guardianship Software.


Shared Housing Services

901 South 11th Street Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 272-1532

http://www.sharedhousingservices.org

Shared Housing Services offers low-income individuals and families innovative and affordable solutions to prevent homelessness and foster independence through home sharing and transitional housing programs that include case management services and connections to vital community resources. Our Homesharing program extends service to Pierce, South King, and North Thurston Counties. Our Transitional Family Housing units are located on our own premises in the City of Tacoma. The Host Home program benefits from home providers who host and mentor youths throughout Pierce County.


Friendship House

922 S Third Mount Vernon, WA, 98273

Phone: (360) 336-6138

http://www.skagitfriendshiphouse.org/

Friendship house provides 4 houses, 2 for women and children and 2 for men. They provide emergency shelter for 3 months, meals, and transitional housing for former shelter residents to live for two years. They have a community kitchen and a donation room which are open to the public.


Special Mobility Services

3102 E Trent Ave # 210 Spokane, WA

Phone: (509) 534-9760

http://www.sms1.org/

Special Mobility Services helps people in eastern Washington get rides to their Medicaid medical appointments. They can also help make sure that people who have trouble speaking or understanding English have an interpreter at their medical appointments. .


Solid Ground

1501 N 45th St , Seattle, WA, 98103-6708

Phone: (206) 694-6700

http://www.solid-ground.org/

Solid Ground offers housing for adults with children under the age of 18.


Society of St. Vincent de Paul Council of Seattle/King County

5950 4th Ave. South Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 767-9975

http://www.svdpseattle.org/

Volunteers in Seattle and King County make home visits to help neighbors in need preventing eviction, hunger, utility shut-off and more. Afterwards, they work to connect people with long-term programs. They also operate food banks and meal programs, a case management outreach, and distribute clothing and blankets to thousands of children, families, seniors and homeless people.


Society of St. Vincent de Paul Georgetown Food & Clothing Bank

5972 4th Ave. South Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 767-9975

http://www.svdpseattle.org/our-services/food-bank/

This food bank located in the Georgetown area of Seattle provides food, clothing, mail services, health care screening and resource referral to homeless and needy persons- of all backgrounds. They have a special section for baby items. Hours: Mon 2:00 - 4:00 pm, Tues/Thurs 11:00 - 2:00 pm, Fri - only homeless 10:00 - 1:00 pm.


Bread of Life Buckley Food Bank

18409 Veterans Memorial Drive Bonney Lake, WA, 98391

Phone: (253) 863-4043

http://www.teamblcr.us/

This food bank provides food to needy individuals and families with a limit of twice a month. They provide emergency food on a case by case basis. Every Friday, Bonney Lake Community Resources distributes backpacks containing food to elementary and middle school children in the free lunch program and to those identified as in-need. Without the backpacks, these kids often go home on Friday afternoons and will not eat until they return to school on Monday. The backpack program provides them with food items they can use to make meals at home on the weekend. Hot dogs, slush puppies, nachos, pretzels, candy and soda are all available to baseball players, skate boarders, sun bathers and other Allen Yorke Park visitors at the Snack Shack from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day May 1 through Sept. 3, except during times of extreme weather conditions.


Making a Difference Foundation - Homes for Veterans

4218 S. STEELE ST., SUITE 215 Tacoma, WA, 98409

Phone: (253) 212-2778

http://www.themadf.org/Homes-For-Veterans.html

To address the issue of homelessness, MADF has launched Homes for Veterans. This program provides safe and secure housing and counseling, financial management, credit repair, legal services, health and social services to veterans and their families as needed. If the veteran successfully completes the program they will be eligible to purchase the home in which they are currently living in or another home.


The Sharehouse

4408 4th Ave S Seattle, WA, 98134

Phone: (206) 767-5280

http://www.thesharehouse.org/

The Sharehouse provides donated furniture and basic necessities including furniture, linens, dishes and other household items to individuals and families leaving homelessness to help them establish and maintain a safe and stable home.


Seattle's Union Gospel Mission

3800 South Othello Street Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 723-0767

http://www.ugm.org

The Union Gospel Mission addresses the complex issues surrounding homeless while meeting the ever-changing needs of men, women and children in our community takes many forms. Services include programs for Men, Women and Children, Seniors, Youth, Recovery, Transitional Housing, Search and Rescue Van, Educational and Career, Legal Services, Dental Clinic and Prison Ministries. Open Door Legal Services offers a free legal clinic on Fridays at 1:45 pm.


Community Cupboard

219 14th Street Leavenworth, WA, 98826

Phone: (509) 548-6727

http://www.uvmend.org/programs/community-cupboard

Community Cupboard is both the location of the food bank and a community comprised store, where individuals can go to obtain clothes, electronics, housewares etc... at very low cost. They also assist with emergency shelter needs, shelter and rent utility assistance.


Community Cupboard

219 14th Street Leavenworth, WA, 98826

Phone: (509) 548-6727

http://www.uvmend.org/programs/community-cupboard

Community Cupboard is both the location of the food bank and a community comprised store, where individuals can go to obtain clothes, electronics, housewares etc... at very low cost. They also assist with emergency shelter needs, shelter and rent utility assistance.


Community Cupboard

219 14th Street Leavenworth, WA, 98826

Phone: (509) 548-6727

http://www.uvmend.org/programs/community-cupboard

Community Cupboard is both the location of the food bank and a community comprised store, where individuals can go to obtain clothes, electronics, housewares etc... at very low cost. They also assist with emergency shelter needs, shelter and rent utility assistance.


Valley Cities

2704 1st Street NE Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (253) 833-7444

http://www.valleycities.org/

Vally Cities Landing provides permanent supportive housing for clients in need.


Volunteers of America Everett Food Bank

1230 Broadway Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 259-3191

http://www.voaww.org/food_bank

This Food Bank serves families, children, seniors, and disabled individuals who reside in the Everett area. Individuals and households may visit the Everett Food Bank one time per month, to receive a 3day/9 meal emergency supply of supplemental food (about 70 lb. of canned and dry foods). To ensure customers are using the food bank designated for their region food bank customers must provide a photo id, bill, or piece of mail for proof of address that is less than 30 days old, documentation of disability, birth certificate or shot record or anything with a birth date for children. Hours: Wednesdays - 9:00 - 3:00 pm (closed 11:45-12:30 for lunch), Thursdays - 9:00 - 1:00 pm, every 3rd Saturday of the month 10:00 - 1:00 pm. Families, children, seniors, and individuals with disabilities residing in zip codes 98201, 98203, 98204, 98208 can shop at the Food Bank once per month.


Washington Gorge Action Programs

112 E Main Street Goldendale, WA, 98620

Phone: (509) 773-6834

http://www.wgap.ws/

This program provides energy assistance, food banks, emergency shelter, housing assistance, volunteer-trees, SSI money management, youth-centers and access to their community thrift store.


Washington Gorge Action Programs

112 E Main Street Goldendale, WA, 98620

Phone: (509) 773-6834

http://www.wgap.ws/

This program provides energy assistance, food banks, emergency shelter, housing assistance, volunteer-trees, SSI money management, youth-centers and access to their community thrift store.


Washington Gorge Action Programs

112 E Main Street Goldendale, WA, 98620

Phone: (509) 773-6834

http://www.wgap.ws/

This program provides energy assistance, food banks, emergency shelter, housing assistance, volunteer-trees, SSI money management, youth-centers and access to their community thrift store.


Second Hand Rose

225 W Steuben Street Bingen, WA, 98605

Phone: (509) 493-2663

http://www.wgap.ws/home/second-hand-rose

Second Hand Rose is a Community Thrift Store offering low-income families access to free and reduced price clothing, household items, and furniture, along with retail sales training that helps put people back to work. This is an excellent place to connect with for those looking for employment skills.


Within Reach Family Food Hotline

155 N.E. 100th St. #500 Seattle, WA, 98125

Phone: (206) 284-2465

http://www.withinreachwa.org/what-we-do/healthy-families/food-access/

This hotline connects families to essential health resources.


Yakima Housing Authority

810 N. 6th avenue Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 453-3106

http://www.yakimahousing.org/

The Yakima Housing Authority provides Section 8 vouchers, rental assistance, affordable housing, utility allowance, family services, and hope options (mental health-housing, Intervention case management).


Dial-A-Ride Paratransit Services

2301 Fruitvale Blvd Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 575-6054

http://www.yakimawa.gov/services/transit/dial-a-ride/

Individuals with a disability or condition which prevents them from using a lift or ramp equipped bus some or all of the time, may be eligible for Yakima Transit?s Dial-A-Ride Paratransit Services.


Yelm Community Services

624 Crystal Springs Road NW Yelm, WA, 98597

Phone: (360) 458-7000

http://www.yelmcommunityservices.com

The community center provides: -Food Bank and USDA Commodities -Clothing Bank and Thrift Shop, -Youth Activities (after school programs, late night teen activities, Summer Day Camp), -Salvation Army Assistance/Warm Neighbor Program -Emergency Rent and Utilities Assistance - Maternity Support Services -Emergency Homeless Shelter -Krislen Apartments, for Seniors and people with developmental disabilities (located at 9525 Cullens Rd. NW).


YMCA Transition Housing

2100 24th Ave S #250 Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 749-7540

http://www.ymcayas.org/get/housing.aspx

The YMCA offers supportive short-term (transitional) and long-term (permanent) housing in locations throughout Seattle and King County. You must be between 18-24 years old and have experience in foster care or homelessness to qualify. As a resident you'll work with a YMCA resource specialist to meet your own goals, and pay reduced monthly rent that increases as you become more independent. Come to the Center to get started. The application process includes a housing orientation and two housing readiness classes. Click here for a full list of Y housing programs. Emergency Shelter assistance also available.


Willows YWCA

3800 S. Myrtle St. Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 209-5656

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=1183

The programs offered in this location are mostly relating to housing, including: Central Family Emergency Housing which provides supportive housing and intensive case management to homeless families. An After-School Program for children (6 to 12-years-old) of residents in their emergency shelter or transitional housing. A Children's Domestic Violence Program that works with children and non-abusive parents to minimize the effects of domestic violence. A Permanent Housing Stability Program which provides subsidized permanent housing for large (4-8), low-income families currently residing in shelter or transitional housing programs. Project Self Sufficiency, a program that helps individuals, couples and families in crisis remain in their current housing or move into more appropriate housing. A Young Parent Program which offers intensive case management and classes for homeless parents between 18 - 25 who live in YWCA emergency shelters or transitional housing.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Auburn

1044 18th Street NE Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (253) 736-0010

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Auburn

1044 18th Street NE Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (253) 736-0010

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Auburn

1044 18th Street NE Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (253) 736-0010

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Auburn

1044 18th Street NE Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (253) 736-0010

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Seattle

2024 3rd AVE Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 436-8607

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Seattle

2024 3rd AVE Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 436-8607

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Seattle

2024 3rd AVE Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 436-8607

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Seattle

2024 3rd AVE Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 436-8607

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Redmond

7735 178th Place Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 861-3715

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Redmond

7735 178th Place Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 861-3715

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Redmond

7735 178th Place Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 861-3715

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Homeless Intervention Program Redmond

7735 178th Place Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 861-3715

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=402

The YWCA Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) helps homeless people throughout Seattle and King County obtain full time permanent employment, along with stable, affordable housing and self sufficiency. HIP offers assistance meeting basic needs: housing, transportation, child care, clothing, food and other referrals, GED and ESL preparation, occupational skills training, job readiness and job search assistance. HIP is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: currently homeless: living in shelter, transitional housing or on the streets, able to show a Social Security Card and Photo ID, eligible to work in the United States and motivated to find full time employment.


YWCA Alvirita Little Center

708 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 568-7855

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=433

The programs offered in this location are a teen center, classrooms and a play area. Programs range from substance-abuse prevention to pregnancy prevention. YWCA GirlsFirst is open to all freshman girls in six local high schools: Evergreen, Franklin, Garfield, Rainier Beach, Renton and West Seattle.YWCA GirlsFirst is specifically designed for girls of color.


Angeline's Center for Homeless Women Eastside

3030 Bellevue Way NE Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 896-7385

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=435

Angeline's Eastside provides a safe, warm place to connect with other women, have a meal, shower, do laundry and use the computer or telephone. It also serves as a referral and resource center to match women with services in the community. Angeline's Eastside serves an average of 15 women per day.


Opportunity Place YWCA

2024 3rd Avenue Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 436-8660

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=438

This YWCA location offers employment resources, health programs, and a comprehensive response to the problem of homelessness.


Lexington Concord Apartments

2402 2nd Avenue Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 436-8603

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=442

Permanent, affordable studio housing units for single people, couples or small families. Criminal background is checked for eligibility. The application is available online and at the Opportunity Place front desk when the waiting list is open. Applicants will be notified of progress once their application is processed.


Seneca YWCA

1118 5th Ave Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 461-4888

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=445

Programs and services currently offered at this location include an emergency shelter as well as 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. The building provides a laundry room on each floor. Some units subsidized through Seattle Housing Authority and other agencies. They also provide other social services, see website for details.


Seneca YWCA

1118 5th Ave Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 461-4888

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=445

In addition to other services, Seneca YWCA has a Dress for Success program that provides low-income women who are actively looking for a job with interview-appropriate clothing and a network of support and the career development tools they need thrive in work and in life.


Hopesource

700 E. Mountain View, Suite 501 Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 925-1448

https://hopesource.us/

Hopesource Ellensburg provides a variety of services, including rental assistance, down payment assistance, weatherization, they offer energy assistance through LIHEAP programs for Kittitas, Kittitas PUD and Puget sound energy. They also help postpone shut off's for energy by advocating on your behalf. They can replace or set you up with services to replace old appliance.


Hopesource

700 E. Mountain View, Suite 501 Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 925-1448

https://hopesource.us/

Hopesource Ellensburg provides a variety of services, including rental assistance, down payment assistance, weatherization, they offer energy assistance through LIHEAP programs for Kittitas, Kittitas PUD and Puget sound energy. They also help postpone shut off's for energy by advocating on your behalf. They can replace or set you up with services to replace old appliance.


Hopesource Cle Elum

110 Pennsylvania Ave Cle Elum, WA, 98922

Phone: (509) 674-2375

https://hopesource.us/contactInfo.html

Cle Elum Hopesource provides the FISH food bank and completes Energy assistance applications for Puget Sound Energy .


Hopesource Cle Elum

110 Pennsylvania Ave Cle Elum, WA, 98922

Phone: (509) 674-2375

https://hopesource.us/contactInfo.html

Cle Elum Hopesource provides the FISH food bank and completes Energy assistance applications for Puget Sound Energy .


Low Income Housing Institute

2407 First Avenue Suite 200 Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 443-9935

https://lihi.org/

The Low Income Housing Institute develops, owns and operates housing for the benefit of low-income, homeless and formerly homeless people in Washington state; advocates for just housing policies at the local and national levels; and administers a range of supportive service programs to assist individuals in maintaining stable housing and increasing their self-sufficiency. They also have a day facility in downtown, Seattle. To find housing go to the website, click the "Need Housing" tab and select "Available Units." It is recommended that you check the website weekly. Applications are made to the specific property you are interested in.


Hyde Shuttles

2208 2nd Avenue Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 727-6262

https://soundgenerations.org/get-help/transportation/hyde-shuttle/

This is a free transportation service to people with disabilities and seniors over 55. Clients must live in the services areas which can be found on the website. Riders may request service up to 30 days in advance and same day service on a space available basis. The Shuttles are lift-equipped for people who have difficulty using stairs or use a mobility aid.


Delaney Apartments

242 W Riverside Avenue Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 747-5081

https://www.catholiccharitiesspokane.org/affordable-rentals

This is low income, HUD subsidized housing for individuals or families, 55 years and older. Amenities include off street parking, secured entry access, elevator, on-site Social Service coordinator, community room and a landscaped courtyard. Unit Types: Studio, 1 Bedroom.


Hopelink

11011 120th Ave. NE Kirkland, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 889-7880

https://www.hope-link.org/

Since 1971, Hopelink has served homeless and low income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities. Hopelink emergency service centers are located in Bellevue, Kirkland/Northshore, Redmond, Shoreline and Sno-Valley. Services offered include Adult Literacy, computer and Financial Education, Employment Skills and Development, Food Banks, Case Management, Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing, Emergency Financial Assistance, Transportation, Energy Assistance and Connections to Community Resources.


Hopelink: Bellevue Foodbank and Emergency Services

14812 Main St. Bellevue, WA, 98007

Phone: (425) 943-7555

https://www.hope-link.org/contact/locations/bellevue

This food bank helps families in crisis and believes in helping families to make lasting change by learning about nutrition, safe food handling, and budgeting for groceries. The food bank offers food from every nutritional group as well as baby items and personal care products.


Housing Justice Project Seattle

516 Third Avenue, Room W-314 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 267-7090

https://www.kcba.org/For-the-Public/Free-Legal-Assistance/Housing-Justice-Project

This is a Homelessness Prevention Program for low income residential tenants facing eviction in King County. Volunteer-based legal services via the King County association are also available.


Mercy Housing Northwest Washington

6930 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 838-5700

https://www.mercyhousing.org/Page.aspx?pid=445

Mercy Housing Northwest has developed and currently owns 50 affordable housing properties in Washington and Idaho. Mercy Housing's Resident Services teams provide Service Enriched Housing at most locations. Basic Needs Support in the following areas after school programs, referrals to partner agencies, emergency food distribution, rental & utility assistance, health & wellness, instruction, tax preparation & EITC assistance, financial literacy/budgeting class, computer labs & instruction, job readiness training, life skills classes for adults. There is almost always a wait list of 6 months to a year.


Tacoma Rescue Mission Adams St. Family Campus

2909 South Adams St. Tacoma, WA, 98409

Phone: (253) 383-4493 x1500

https://www.trm.org/our-work/shelter/

Adams Street Family Campus, offers support and services for family needs. Families and single women are housed for up to two years, with intensive resources provided. In addition, Adams Street offers 20 rooms for emergency shelter. Other services include a youth program with after-school tutoring and activities.


Tacoma Rescue Mission Tyler St. Family Campus

3202 South Tyler St. Tacoma, WA, 98409

Phone: (253) 383-4493 x1207

https://www.trm.org/our-work/shelter/

The Tacoma Rescue MissionTyler Street Family Campus helps stabilize and transition families to permanent housing and self sufficiency. This location offers families services including discounted housing, Family Life, case Management and a youth program for children. Case managers support families with weekly meetings to set goals, monitor progress and make plans for permanent housing and employment.


Angeline's Center for Homeless Women

2030 3rd Avenue Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 436-8650

https://www.ywcaworks.org/Page.aspx?pid=389

Angeline's is a center for homeless women. Daytime drop-in services include: meals, laundry, showers, health access, mental health counseling, workshops and activities, storage of personal belongings and connections to other needed services. Overnight shelter and case management are available for women ready to transition to stable housing through Angeline's Enhanced Night Program. Angeline's also provides overnight shelter during the winter months, by referral from the Women's Referral Center between 6:00-9:00 p.m. Self-referral on a space available basis after 9:00 p.m.


Fir Street Shelter

1025 East Fir Street Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 957-2020 x 326

https://www.ywcaworks.org/Page.aspx?pid=436

Run by the YWCA. The programs offered in this location include after-school program, central family programs (supportive housing and intensive case management with specialties in housing, employment, and education searches), central area food bank, and emergency shelter.


YWCA East Cherry Branch

2820 E. Cherry St. Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 568-7845

https://www.ywcaworks.org/Page.aspx?pid=443

The programs offered in this location are Central Area Food Bank, Project Self Sufficiency (helps individuals, couples and families in crisis remain in their current housing or move into more appropriate housing), Social Justice Initiatives, Housing Stability Project (helps individuals and families who are in a short term crisis and has left the household financially challenged), Permanent Housing Stability Program (five-year project which provides subsidized permanent housing for large (4-8), low-income families currently residing in shelter or transitional housing programs), and Children's Domestic Violence Program (works with children and non abusive parents to minimize the effects of domestic violence).


Making a Difference in Community Campbell Court

1210 South Yakima Avenue Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 597-6728

mdc-tacoma.org/housing/housing-for-the-homeless

To qualify for this program, the client must be homeless and able to provide documentation, such as from a shelter or other homeless outreach program. The client must also have a mental health case manager and protective payee. The complex is two stories, 12 studio apartments, furnished with bed, table, chair, wardrobe, microwave (no stove), and refrigerator. All utilities are included in the rent. Case Management is included


Making a Difference in Community 615 South G Street

615 S. G ST Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 682-3401

mdc-tacoma.org/housing/housing-for-the-homeless

To qualify for this program, the client must be homeless and able to provide documentation, such as from a shelter or other homeless outreach program. The client must also be diagnosed chemically dependent, in a state-approved chemical dependency program for at least 60 days and currently in compliance. The complex is two stories, 12 studio apartments, unfurnished, but includes wardrobe, stove, and refrigerator. Laundry service is available at 621 South Yakima Avenue. This is a two-year transitional housing program. Case management is provided and a requirement of the program. The complex is a Tax Credit property, set aside at 50%. Because of this, we cannot house fulltime students unless they meet a Tax Credit exception.


Plymouth Housing

2113 3rd Avenue Seattle, WA, 9121

Phone: (206) 374-9409

plymouthhousing.org

Plymouth Housing has 12 residential apartment buildings in the Seattle area. They are a housing resource for those who struggle with disabilities such as mental illness, HIV/Aids, medical conditions, chemical dependency and effects of poverty and aging. The wait list as of 12/31/14 is closed.


Puget Sound Cabulance

15526 Aurora Avenue North Suite 102 Shoreline, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 660-2892

pugetsoundcabulance.com

To provide a non-ambulatory alternative to reduce transportation expenses for our clients. To transport stable, non-emergency passengers requiring wheelchair service. To always use the latest, professionally installed equipment. To staff our fleet with the most professional, well-trained, and safe drivers available. To provide a safe, comfortable ride with prompt, caring and efficient service.


Lower Columbia Community Services Program (CAP)-Housing retention Team

1526 Commerce Avenue Longview, WA, 98632-8232

Phone: (360) 425-3430 x 221

www.LowerColumbiaCAP.org

This project is a collaboration between Lower Columbia CAP, Love Overwhelming, and the Family Health Center to assist households with achieving and maintaining housing stability through case management.


Salvation Army Clark County Disaster Relief

7509 NE 47th Avenue Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 448-2890

www.SalvationArmyVancouver.org

Salvation Army responds to man-made or natural disaster situations with the material, financial, and spiritual support to alleviate human suffering.


Salvation Army Clark County Transportation Aid

7509 NE 47th Avenue Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 448-2890

www.SalvationArmyVancouver.org

The Salvation Army provides transportation aid to individuals as funding permits.


Salvation Army Clark County Emergency Food Boxes

7509 NE 47th Avenue Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 448-2890

www.SalvationArmyVancouver.org

Salvation Army provides 3-5 day supplies of nutritious food for families in need.


Salvation Army Clark County Open Table

7509 NE 47th Avenue Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 448-2890

www.SalvationArmyVancouver.org

Salvation Army offers bread, pastries, and other surplus items on shelves in their food room lobby. These are available on the honor system.


Salvation Army Clark County Rent/Mortgage Assistance

7509 NE 47th Avenue Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 448-2890

www.SalvationArmyVancouver.org

The Salvation Army offers major financial aid to low-income families who are homeless or near homeless to secure permanent housing for a minimum of 30 days.


Spokane Housing Ventures

2001 N. Division, Suite 100 Spokane, WA, 99207

Phone: (509) 232-0170

www.SpokaneHousingVentures.org

They create new affordable housing options, and maintain current affordable housing at a high standard and in a manner that keeps residents both safe and stable. They will assist in filling out forms. Background checks are done. Detailed information is on the website.


Department of Social and Health Services Aging & Disability Services Yakima

1002 N. 16th avenue Ste. 303 Yakima, wa, 98902-0817

Phone: (509) 225-4435

www.adsa.dshs.wa.gov

DSHS provides resource support for central washington, under the umbrella of the Aging and Disability Services administration, and the Home and Community services Division.They work with adults and children who are disabled, or who have suffered from an accident and now require assistance. They help with housing, as well as transitioning clients from nursing homes to community living. They also assist with finding employment and appropriate medical services.


Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services

8623 Roosevelt Way NE Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: (206) 922-7088

www.adwas.org/contact/

ADWAS provides accessible transitional housing for women. Serves low-income women with children or who are pregnant and currently are or have experienced domestic violence or sexual assault. NO REFERRAL NECESSARY. Applicants do NOT need to be deaf, deaf/blind or hard of hearing. Must have income 30% below the median. Accepts offender on a case by case basis. Does not accept sex offenders.


One Community Commons

6512 35th Ave W West Seattle, WA, 98106

Phone: (206) 923-0917

www.aptfinder.org/property.php?id=One_Community_Commons

This housing development is run by Delridge Neighborhood Development Project in partnership with West Seattle Foodband. The bottom floors are food bank and upper floors are housing. Underground Parking is available, and the building is located on Metro Bus Rte 128.


Access Point 4 Housing

901 South 13th Street Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 682-3401

www.associatedministries.org

AP4H is a resource access program for multiple services within Pierce county. Housing Specialists work one-on-one with clients to access services that include referrals to housing programs or independent housing, assistance/referrals in securing benefits, referrals to other prevention providers or funding sources, mental health and substance abuse services, and referrals for job preparation or employment services. Part of the criteria for accessing housing is one must have on hand income verification for the past 3 months, photo ID for all household members 18+, social security cards for all members of the household and, if available, signed homeless certification form and a 3 day evict notice given by the Sherrif.


Bellingham Food Bank

1824 Ellis Street Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 676-0692

www.bellinghamfoodbank.org.

This food bank supplies groceries to anyone living in Bellingham. In addition to feeding Bellingham's hungry families, they serve as the main warehouse and distribution center for all Whatcom County food banks. They also coordinate the Food Bank Farm, Small Potatoes Gleaning Project and the Garden Project


Bremerton Food Line

1600 12TH ST. Bremerton, WA, 98337

Phone: (360) 479-6188

www.bremertonfoodline.org/

The Bremerton Food Line is a food bank servicing the greater Bremerton area as defined by the Bremerton School District service area. They provide emergency food and sundries as well as referrals to local assistancwe agencies through their partnerships with the Kitsap County Coalition of Care and many assistance agencies in Kitsap County. Hours: Mon-Fri 10:00 - 1:15 pm.


Buck and Buck Inc.

3111 27th Ave S Seattle, WA, 98144

www.buckandbuck.com/

Buck & Buck sells adaptive clothing that can make dressing easier for a loved one.


Cascade Cabulance

5906 18TH AVE S Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 767-1717

www.cabulance.com

Cascade Cabulance provides the public with the most comprehensive listing of ambucab, ambulette, cabulance, wheelchair, and non-emergency transportation companies in the United States.


Community Action Center

350 S E Fairmont Rd. Pullman, WA, 99163

Phone: (509) 334-9147

www.cacwhitman.org/

Community Action Center offers services ranging from emergency and transitional housing, food supplements, and energy assistance to legal referral, rental assistance, weatherization, home rehab and home purchase assistance. Whitman County Community Action Center fights to reduce poverty, build strong independent families, and a better community.


Community Action Center

350 S E Fairmont Rd. Pullman, WA, 99163

Phone: (509) 334-9147

www.cacwhitman.org/

Community Action Center offers services ranging from emergency and transitional housing, food supplements, and energy assistance to legal referral, rental assistance, weatherization, home rehab and home purchase assistance. Whitman County Community Action Center fights to reduce poverty, build strong independent families, and a better community.


Community Action Center

350 S E Fairmont Rd. Pullman, WA, 99163

Phone: (509) 334-9147

www.cacwhitman.org/

Community Action Center offers services ranging from emergency and transitional housing, food supplements, and energy assistance to legal referral, rental assistance, weatherization, home rehab and home purchase assistance. Whitman County Community Action Center fights to reduce poverty, build strong independent families, and a better community.


Catholic Charities Housing of Spokane

12 E. 5th Avenue Spokane, WA, 99202

Phone: (509) 358-4250

www.catholiccharitiesspokane.org

Catholic Housing Communities provides housing for those who are 62+ and mobility impaired. Catholic Charities administers 12 programs in the 13 counties of Eastern Washington which provide food, shelter, clothing, education, counseling and support to those in need, regardless of creed.


Cocoon House Monroe

15302 Plainview Place Monroe, WA, 98272

Phone: (425) 259-6042

www.cocoonhouse.org

Cocoon House provides a continuum of services for homeless, at-risk and highly disconnected youth and their families in Snohomish County. Services include emergency teen shelters, long term transitional housing, teen parent advocates and more.


Cocoon House Everett

2929 Pine Street Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 259-5802

www.cocoonhouse.org

Cocoon House provides a continuum of services for homeless, at-risk and highly disconnected youth and their families in Snohomish County. Services include emergency teen shelters, long term transitional housing, teen parent advocates and more. safeplace@cocoonhouse.org


Road to Housing Safe Park

77 south Washington Street Fifth floor Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 474-1650

www.compasshousingalliance.org/what-we-do-top/emergency-shelter/road-to-housing/

Safe Parking allows individuals living out of their vehicles to park their vehicles in a safe and secure location overnight. Compass Center is the provider of case management for the Safe Parking program in Seattle. Call them for information on locations of churches providing Safe Parking as well as to access case management. Call and leave a voicemail with your name, type of vehicle you are staying in and a phone number to reach you at. R2H will then give you a call back.


Delridge Neighborhood Development Association

4408 Delridge Way SW West Seattle, WA, 98106

Phone: (206) 923-0917

www.dnda.org/

This association participates in the Affordable Housing Resource Program. It currently owns seven buildings in the Delridge area of West Seattle. It also DNDA participates in aptfinder.org, a non-profit organization that advertises subsidized and rent-restricted affordable apartment communities throughout Washington State.


Washington E-Cycle Program

300 Desmond Drive SE Lacey, Washington, 98503

Phone: (800) 732-9253

www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/swfa/eproductrecycle/

Washington's FREE, convenient and environmentally responsible electronics recycling program has been operational since January 1, 2009. Products accepted at E-Cycle Washington drop-off sites include: computers, monitors, laptops, tablet computers, televisions and e-readers. You may access information on a local drop off site by accessing E-Cycle via telephone or their website and enter your city, zip code and items you want to get rid of.


Find A Ride

WA

Phone: (800) 201-4900

www.findaride.org/

FindARide.org is a gateway to transportation options in the Puget Sound area. It provides links to transportation tools such as the transit trip planner, and includes a searchable database to allow people with special transportation needs, case managers, and agencies to find transportation in the Central Puget Sound Region.


Fish Food Banks of Pierce CO

621 Tacoma AV S #311 Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 383-3164

www.fishfoodbanks.org

This is the main administration number for clients to call. They will then be referred to the nearest food bank in Pierce CO. In addition to food, when funds are available, funds may be provided to the homeless for a night or two at a motel on an emergency basis. Clients must apply for this.


Fish Food Banks of Lakewood

6900 Steilacoom Blvd SW Lakewood, WA, 98498

Phone: (253) 581-1116

www.fishfoodbanks.org

This food bank provides food, clothing and has a representative from South Sound Outreach Services that provides support in getting hooked up with Medicaid and Medicare benefits. You do need identification but I have had clients who didn't have anything and were served anyway. You can go to the food bank once a week per person., The lines can be long so expect a wait.


St. Leo's Food Connection

1323 S. Yakima Ave. Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 383-5048

www.foodconnection.org

It is the goal of the St. Leo Food Bank to provide clients with enough food for three meals for three days.


Golden Chariot Specialty Transport Service

WA

Phone: (360) 944-9833

www.goldenchariotmedicaltransportation.com/

Golden Chariot provides non-emergency medical transportation.


Habitat for Humanity of Seattle South King County

560 Naches Ave SW Renton, WA, 98057

Phone: (206) 453-2950

www.habitatskc.org/

Habitat offers home-ownership for individuals and families interested in building and owning their houses as well as home repair program for low-income homeowners. They are an equal opportunity lender and accommodations for disabilities available. In addition they have a thrift store located on the premises.


Hilltop Retirement Community

1005 Terrace Street Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 624-5704

www.hilltophouse.info

Hilltop House is a nonprofit corporation which owns a 125-unit apartment building in Seattle, Washington. It is an equal opportunity facility that provides housing to low-income individuals 62 years of age and older through the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development's 202 Program (HUD 202). Residency is open to all qualified. They have a variety of senior housing apartments, rented month to month All rates include: Utilities (except phone and cable) and Evening Meal (dinner - 7 days a week).


Community Housing Resource Center

103 E 29th Street Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 690-4496

www.homecen.org

This service offers financial education including budget, credit, debt management and foreclosure prevention counseling services, counseling for home buyers and home owners, and help for senoirs and people with diasbility to navigate the different housing resources.


Hopelink Transportation

16725 Cleveland St Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 882-0241

www.hope-link.org

HopeLink is a transportation service for Medicaid Clients/DSHS for medical appointments only. HopeLink also provides social services (food, housing, family development, adult education, family education, energy assistance, emergency financial assistance) in North and East King Counties between the I-90 corridor to the Seattle city limits and the Snohomish County line, and shores of Lake Washington to the crest of the Cascades.


Housing Resources Board

730 Ericksen Ave. NE Suite 100 Bainbridge Island, Washington, 98110

Phone: (206) 842-1909

www.housingresourcesbi.org

Established in 1989, the Housing Resources Board (HRB) is a Community Land Trust (CLT) that provides long-term rental housing, rental assistance, rental referrals, and below-market rate homeownership opportunities. We operate programs that teach skills of financial responsibility, match owners and tenants, and provide home modifications to enable the elderly and disabled to live independently. We are governed by a 13 - 18 member board, and we actively partner with the city and local nonprofits.


Department of Housing and Urban Development Spokane Field Office

920 W Riverside Suite 588 Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 368-3200

www.hud.gov

This office provides a full range of HUD programs and information.


Council for the Homeless Housing Hotline

2500 Main Street Vancouver, WA, 98660

Phone: (360) 695-9677

www.icfth.com

This resource connects the homeless and those who need housing with the service that best fits their needs and helps the client set up an appointment with that service. People can also call the Hotline on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am to noon.


Inter-Faith Treasure House

91 C Street Washougal, WA, 98671

Phone: (360) 834-4181

www.ifth-cw.org

This organization offers services to East Clark County residents, which include a food bank, Emergency Rent Assistance outreach program, Utility Assistance, A Person in Crisis outreach, school supplies and the Thrift Store clothing vouchers for low-income children.


Dial-A-Lift

222 State Avenue Olympia, WA, 98501

Phone: (360) 705-5896

www.intercitytransit.com/dial-a-lift

Dial-A-Lift is a door-to-door, shared ride public transportation service for people with disabilities that prevent them from using fixed route bus service. Dial-A-Lift services are offered where fixed route buses operate. You must complete an application, be eligible and certified to ride Dial-A-Lift.


InterConnection

3415 Stone Way N Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 633-1517 ext 116

www.interconnection.org/

Interconnection is a nonprofit organization that helps charities and low income people gain access to technology by providing them with refurbished computers. They provide laptops from $99 and internet $120 per year. To qualify for the laptop and the internet offer you mush show household income is at or below 80% AMI or show an EBT card or prove you receive Medicaid, SSI, TANF, GA-U or DSHS support.


Oak Grove Youth Shelter

2924 Falk Rd. Vancouver, WA, 98661-5604

Phone: (360) 735-0047

www.janusyouth.org

This service is a six bed, short stay, secure crisis residental center designed to assist youth who have an active run report or who are placing themselves at risk due to their age and/or circumstances.Only law enforcrment can bring youth to the center. This service is one of Janus Youth Programs.


Jubilee Women's Center

620 18th Av E Seattle, WA, 98112

Phone: (206) 324-1244

www.jwcenter.org

Transitional housing short or long term for women only.


Housing Justice Project King County Seattle

516 3rd Avenue W 314 3rd Floor Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 267-7190

www.kcba.org/For-the-Public/Free-Legal-Assistance/Housing-Justice-Project

The Housing Justice Project is a homelessness prevention program providing accessible volunteer based legal services to low income tenants facing eviction in King County. HJP offers legal advice for tenants with eviction related issues, help answer eviction paperwork, negotiate with landlords, represent tenants at eviction hearings, referrals and resources. Assistance is only given in person, and no appointments are taken.


Living Access Support Alliance

8956 Gravelly Lake Drive SW Lakewood, WA, 98499

Phone: (253) 682-3401

www.lasawa.org

To access services for housing the client must go through the housing and shelter service "Access Point 4 Housing". At this point LASA housing service is only for homeless families with children. The facility gets the referral from Access, contacts the person to set an assessment/interview. From there the facility helps to find housing options in the area such as a temporary shelter or family center. This location can offer outreach services such as assistance with utility bills, 5 bus tickets, new non-narcotic prescriptions, furniture, and rental assistance.


Mary's Place

1830 9th Avenue Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 621-8474

www.marysplaceseattle.org

Mary's Place provides basic needs including safety, day and night shelter, nutritious hot meals, showers, laundry, and clean clothing. They provide resources and referrals to social services, medical care, legal and financial aid, shelter, housing, and employment. They promote health and wellness through direct access to nursing and naturopathic care. They have day Shelter for single women and single moms with children. The night shelter is also available to single dads and two parents families.


Making a Difference in Community 621 Yakima house

621 Yakima Ave Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 682-3401

www.mdc-hope.org/housing/housing-for-the-homeless

To qualify for this program, the client must be homeless and able to provide documentation, such as from a shelter or other homeless outreach program. The complex is three stories, 20 studio apartments, unfurnished, but includes wardrobe, stove, and refrigerator. Laundry room on-site. The rent is subsidized by Tacoma Housing Authority for 18 of the units, and we subsidize the rent for two of the units. All utilities are included in the rent. Case management is provided on an as-requested basis only. The complex is a Tax Credit property, set aside at 50%. Because of this, we cannot house fulltime students unless they meet a Tax Credit exception


Making a Difference in Community Avenue Apartments

721 Fawcett Avenue South 3rd Floor Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 682-3401

www.mdc-hope.org/housing/housing-for-the-homeless

To qualify for this program, the client must be homeless and able to provide documentation, such as from a shelter or other homeless outreach program. The client must also be diagnosed chemically dependent, in a state-approved chemical dependency program for at least 60 days and currently in compliance. The complex is on the third floor of our administrative building and has elevator access to the floor. 15 studio apartments, furnished with a captain?s bed with four drawers, table, two chairs, stove, and refrigerator. Laundry service is available onsite. All utilities are included with rent. This is a two-year transitional housing program. Case management is provided and is a requirement of the program. The complex is at a 30% set-aside. Because this is not a Tax Credit property, student status is not an issue.


Meals On Wheels Congregate Mealsite Bremerton

1140 Nipsic Avenue Bremerton, WA, 98310

Phone: (360) 377-8511

www.mealsonwheelskitsap.org/community-dining-mealsites.html

Meals on Wheels serves hot lunch at noon for seniors at various locations in Kitsap County. This Bremerton site meets at the Bremerton Senior Center Thursdays and Fridays at Noon.


Meals On Wheels Congregate Mealsite Port Orchard

1721 Fir Crest Drive SE Port Orchard, WA

Phone: (360) 377-8511

www.mealsonwheelskitsap.org/community-dining-mealsites.html

The Port Orchard Meals on Wheels programs serves hot lunch at noon for seniors at the Conifer Ridge Senior Apartments on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


Meals On Wheels Congregate Mealsite Poulsbo

18792 Front Street NE Poulsbo, WA

Phone: (360) 377-8511

www.mealsonwheelskitsap.org/community-dining-mealsites.html

The Poulsbo Meals on Wheels program serves hot lunch at noon for seniors at the North Kitsap Senior Center on Wednesdays.


Mid City Concerns Meals On Wheels

1222 W 2nd Ave Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 456-6597

www.mowspokane.org

Meals delivered to home bound individuals living in the Spokane area. Hot meals are delivered Monday through Friday. Frozen meals are delivered weekdays for weekends and holidays. Does not deliver to the Spokane Valley and further outlying areas.


Northwest Transport, Inc

22627 85th Pl. South Kent, WA, 98031

Phone: (253) 216-5000

www.nwt1cabulance.com

Northwest Transport provides transportation for individuals with special needs. Clients need a credit card on file to book a ride and 24 hours advance notice is preferred. Car seats are provided for minors.


Operation Sack Lunch

6th AVE and Columbia St Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 922-2015

www.oslserves.org

Operation Sack Lunch serves three nutritionally dense meals a day, seven days a week, to the hungry living in the Seattle area. OPERATION: Sack Lunch is a meal and basic necessities provider serving the un-housed, no and low income, food insecure children, women, and men, who call Seattle their home.They are the only staffed meal provider serving an outside population. They serve a diverse population, directly on the street at the Outdoor Meal Site and provide meals for 5 area shelters, 3 youth programs, and the Municipal Court of Seattle Community Court program. Out door meal site for the city of Seattle is located at 6th and Columbia.


Renewal Food Bank

15022 Bel-Red Road Bellevue, WA, 98007

Phone: (425) 736-8132

www.renewalfoodbank.com

Renewal Food Bank is located in Bellevue, Washington and is part of the Northwest Harvest, Food Lifeline Hunger Relief Network. Since its inception, Renewal Food Bank has fed almost 300,000 individuals and continues to feed in excess of 250 families a week. Hours: Mon/Wed 10:00 - 1:00 pm, Tues 4:00 - 6:30 pm.


Rural Metro Transportaion

5801 23rd Drive West suite 200 Everett, WA, 98203

www.ruralmetro-pnw.com

Rural/Metro provides Paramedic level ambulance services in Pierce county and currently support the cities of Tacoma, Lakewood, University Place, Riverside, Edgewood, Steilacoom, Ruston, and Puyallup by working side by side with each city Fire Department. Rural/Metro also serves Snohomish and King Counties with stations located in Everett, Mountlake Terrace and Kirkland and is proud to partner with Providence Everett Medical Center, Swedish Edmonds and Seattle Veterans Administration in providing the highest quality, non-emergency ambulance transportation services.


William Booth Center Transitional Housing

811 Maynard Avenue S. Seattle, WA, 98134

Phone: (206) 621-0145

www.salvationarmyusa.org

The William Booth Center has various short term and long term (2 years) transitional living programs for men. Most of their programs require that you have an income or are able to work. You are expected to be able to do your own ADLs, do chores and participate in case management. This is a clean and sober environment; UAs may be required and individuals are screened for sex offender status and arson related convictions. Programs are for citizens or legal residents. Proof of homelessness may be required. One program is a 2 week stay to bridge the gap between homelessness and a next placement. There is a wait list and you call in every day to see if your name has come up. There are programs for veterans; eligibility is through the VA. The Fare Start program participants are housed here as well.


City of Seattle Human Services Department

700 5th Ave Suite 5800 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 386-1001

www.seattle.gov/UDP

City of Seattle Human Services Department helps customers who need emergency assistance with electricity, heat and water bills. Help with up to 60% of the utility bill. Special walk-in hours are 8-10am & 1:30-3:30pm M-F


Seattle City Light Project Share

700 5th Avenue Suite 3200 Seattle, WA, 98124

Phone: (206) 684-3000

www.seattle.gov/light/help/share

Seattle City Light Project Share offers one time emergency assistance with electric bills.


Operation Nightwatch

302 14th Av S Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 323-4359

www.seattlenightwatch.org

Operation Nightwatch offers basic emergency shelter and hot meal each night. They also operate a building of low-income housing for seniors.


SNAP

3102 W Fort George Wright Drive Spokane, WA, 99224

Phone: (509) 456-7627

www.snapwa.org

SNAP offers utility assistance, assistance acquiring or sustaining decent, affordable housing, weatherization or home modification, money management and mortgage counseling.


Sophia Way

11061 NE 2nd St # 223 Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 463-6285

www.sophiaway.org

Sophia Way offers a 6 months shelter program for women 18 years of age and above. The shelter program includes case management services which help clients find employment and permanent housing.


Senior Services Volunteer Transportation Program

2208 Second Avenu, Suite 100 Seattle, Washington, 98121

Phone: (206) 448-5740

www.soundgenerations.org/get-help/transportation/volunteer-transportation/

Senior Services provides affordable transportation linking seniors to their community contributing to their good health, independence and quality of life. The volunteers use their own vehicles and will escort them to and from appointments. Call by Wednesday to schedule for the following week.


Hifumi En Apartments

926 8th Avenue Spokane, WA, 99202

Phone: (509) 534-2339

www.spokanehousing.org/HifumiEn/default.htm

These apartments are below HUD with a very low income limit with priority for extremely low income applicants. There are 41 units providing housing for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Amenities include air conditioning, elevator, laundry room and pet friendly.


Spokane Housing Authority

55 W Mission Ave. Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 328-2953

www.spokanehousing.org

Spokane Housing Authority's Mission Statement is to provide, develop and promote quality affordable housing options in the community. They provide a variety of affordable housing options in Spokane County: SHA owned and managed apartment units, Public Housing, Rental Assistance in the form of Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers, Subsidized Housing and Grant based vouchers.


Habitat for Humanity of Tacoma/Pierce County

4824 South Tacoma Way Tacoma, WA, 98409

Phone: (253) 627-5626

www.tpc-habitat.org

Habitat offers home-ownership for individuals and families interested in building and owning their houses. They are an equal opportunity lender and accommodations for disabilities available. In addition they have a thrift store located on the premises and at the Lakewood Town Center.


Urban Rest Stop U District

1415 43rd Ave NE Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 3327-0744

www.urbanreststop.org/

The Urban Rest Stop (URS) is a hygiene center providing free restrooms, showers and laundry facilities to homeless men, women and children within a clean, safe and dignified environment Patrons receive free toiletries including toothbrushes, toothpaste, disposable razors, shaving cream, shampoo and soap. The URS is the only Seattle-area hygiene facility with extended service hours specifically designed to assist homeless persons who are working or seeking a job. The URS also provides information and referral materials for homeless individuals and families. Hours: Tues-Thurs 9:00-11:30 AM and 1;00-5:30 pm, Fri 9:00 - 11:30 AM and 1:00-5:00 pm.


Urban Rest Stop Downtown

1924 Ninth Avenue Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 332-0110

www.urbanreststop.org/

The Urban Rest Stop (URS) is a hygiene center providing free restrooms, showers and laundry facilities to homeless men, women and children within a clean, safe and dignified environment. Patrons receive free toiletries including toothbrushes, toothpaste, disposable razors, shaving cream, shampoo and soap. The URS is the only Seattle-area hygiene facility with extended service hours specifically designed to assist homeless persons who are working or seeking a job. The URS also provides information and referral materials for homeless individuals and families. Hours: Mon-Fri 5:30 am - 9:30 pm (Fri - closed 11:00 -2:00 pm), Sat/Sun 8:00 am - 3:00 pm (in the summer open till 5 pm).


Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels

12101 E Sprague Spokane Valley, WA, 99206

Phone: (509) 924-6976

www.valleymow.org

GSC Meals on Wheels delivers to individuals considered medically home bound residing in Spokane County. Hot meals are delivered Monday - Friday. The cost for 60+ years of age is $3.85. Those under 60 are required to submit a physician's recommendation. 7 frozen meals per week will be dleivered These meals are on a sliding fee scale. The cost of one month of meals is 3% of the net monthly income.


Whatcom Volunteer Center

1419 Cornwall Ave. Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 734-3055

www.whatcomvolunteer.org

This center provides programs such as Volunteer Chore program which assists those with aging and disabilities to remain in their homes with volunteer service which include housekeeping, shopping, transportation, yard work, minor household repairs as a safety net for those in need. This center also offers a home furniture bank, and warm clothing for all ages.


Council for the Homeless Clark County Winter Hospitality Overflow

2500 Main Street Vancouver, WA, 98660

Phone: (360) 695-9677

www.whoprogram.org/

The Winter Hospitality Overflow (WHO) is a team effort between Council for the Homeless, St. Paul Lutheran Church, St. Andrew Lutheran Church, Share, partners within the faith community and volunteers from throughout the community as a whole. Guests at the WHO receive support and services, case management through Share case managers and hospitality from WHO volunteers. The WHO operates from November 1st-March 31st each year. For accessing shelter at the WHO during those months, contact the Emergency Shelter Clearinghouse.


YouthCare

2500 NE 54th Street Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 694-4500

www.youthcare.org

YouthCare builds confidence and self-sufficiency for homeless youth ages 12-24 by providing a continuum of care that includes outreach, meals, clothing, supplies and hygiene services, structured emergency shelter and transitional housing programs, social work and case management, assistance for youth in the foster care and legal systems, LGBT services, connections to chemical dependency and mental health treatment/ counseling, education (flexible diploma and GED programs and assistance applying to college), and employment training. One needn't be housed with YouthCare to engage in other services.


OIC of Washington

815 Fruitvale Blvd. Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 248-6751

www.yvoic.org

OIC of Washington's mission is to promote human services, economic development, and affordable housing. They have been providing education and employment support to communities since 1971. Services include Food Bank, Energy Assistance Program, Employment Training, Housing Improvement, Resume and Interview Training, Educational Credentials, Living Assistance, and Job Placement.