Whatcom County

Francis Place

Provides 42 units of housing with supportive services for formerly homeless adults in downtown Bellingham. Applications for Francis Place are through a referral through the Whatcom Homeless Service Center.  Please contact Whatcom Homeless Service Center at (360) 255-2091 for more information.

Kateri Court

Offers 40 units of studio and one-bedroom apartments in Bellingham for low-income households at or below 50% of the area median income. The building is LEED certified to meet high environmental standards, such as good indoor air quality. Eight of the units are set aside for homeless parents with children, and eight units are set aside for persons with disabilities. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (360) 671-1077. For an application, please click here.

Mount Baker Apartments 

Provides 84 units of affordable housing in downtown Bellingham for low-income households at or below 50% or 60% of the area median income. Thirteen units are set aside for persons with disabilities. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (360) 738-7190. For an application, please click here.

Villa Santa Fe 

Provides 50 units of housing for farmworkers and their families in Bellingham. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (360) 594-6495. For an application, please click here.

Washington Grocery Building

Provides 36 units of affordable housing in downtown Bellingham low-income households at or below 50% of the area median income with 8 units set aside for persons with disabilities. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (360) 671-1077. For an application, please click here.

Skagit County

Martha’s Place – Opening Winter of 2023!

Will provide 70 units of Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) for households experiencing homelessness and low-income households at risk of homelessness in Skagit County. Catholic Community Services of Western Washington will provide supportive services to the residents, with a focus on long-term stability. Martha’s Place will provide another housing choice for homeless households that have difficulty finding and qualifying for housing in the private market and that are seeking a supportive community. For questions regarding construction, contact Joshua Janet at (206) 328-5703 or joshuaja@ccsww.org. For all other questions, contact Rita Jo Case at (425) 374-6350.

Snohomish & Island Counties

Clare’s Place
Clare’s Place provides 65 units of permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless and vulnerable households in Snohomish County. All openings at Clare’s Place will be filled through Coordinated Entry (CE). To access CE, call 2-1-1 or 1-800-223-8145. For more information click here.

Chronically Homeless Housing

A permanent supportive housing program for chronically homeless persons, utilizing scattered site housing in apartments in Snohomish County. Eligibility requires that the tenant be homeless for at least one year or for 4 times in the past 3 years and have a disability. The housing program provides goal-oriented case management to maximize housing retention and self-sufficiency. Chronically Homeless Housing is a program of the Snohomish County Family Center.

Monte Cristo

Offers 69 independent, non-subsidized units (mostly studio and one-bedroom) of affordable housing for low-income households at or below 50% median income, in a mixed-use historic building in Everett. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (425) 258-9503.

Sebastian Place

Provides 20 units of veterans housing in Lynnwood for chronically homeless and disabled veterans. Vacancies are filled only through referrals from the Department of Veteran Affairs. Call the V.A. Supportive Housing (VASH) Care Line at (425) 293-0557 for more information about this program.

Clallam, Jefferson & Kitsap Counties

Max Hale Center

A 53-unit affordable housing project in downtown Bremerton; 33 units are reserved for formerly homeless men and women. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (360) 792-2117.

King County

110 14th Avenue Apartments 

Provides 34 SRO (single room occupancy) units of low-income affordable housing for single adults in Seattle’s Central District. We are not accepting applications at this time; for current information, please contact us via email at 110Building@ccsww.org or leave a message at: (206) 325-6451.
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Champion House

An 8-unit group home in Bellevue for developmentally disabled adults. Managed by Helping Hands for the Disabled. This property maintains a waiting list. Please contact (425) 644-4344 for more information.

Dorothy Day House

A 41-single-unit room occupancy building in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood for formerly homeless women. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (206) 374-4364. Visit the Dorothy Day House webpage for additional information.
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Frederic Ozanam House

Frederic Ozanam House provides 56 single-room-occupancy units of permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless men aged 55+ who also have a disabling condition. The program includes onsite meals, case management, and access to medical, mental health, and chemical dependency resources.

Frederic Ozanam House does not maintain a waitlist and available units are filled through King County’s Coordinated Entry for All.  For information about Frederic Ozanam House, please call (206) 441-4606.

Halcyon House

An 8-unit group home in Bellevue for the developmentally disabled. Managed by Helping Hands for the Disabled. This property maintains a waiting list. Please contact (425) 644-4344 for more information.

Josephinum

A historic high-rise building in downtown Seattle providing 221 studio and one-bedroom apartments for low-income individuals, with 80 units set aside for formerly homeless persons. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (206) 448-8500.

Katharine’s Place

Provides 25 units of family housing in Seattle’s Rainier Valley, with some units set aside for families with special needs. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (206) 722-0717, or please visit the Katharine’s Place webpage.

Monica’s Village Place I

Offers 51 units of affordable housing for individuals and families in Seattle’s Central District. Visit the Village Spirit Center for more information.
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Noel House at Bakhita Gardens

Noel House Programs provides safe, comfortable shelter to a diverse community of homeless women, particularly those most vulnerable. We strive to create an environment of dignity, respect and compassion. We recognize the intrinsic value of each person and honor her unique experience. Click here for more information.

Patrick Place Apartments

Provides 71 units of housing (65 studios and 6 one bedrooms) of permanent supportive housing for adults who have experienced chronic homelessness. Patrick Place Apartments does not maintain a waitlist and available units are filled through King County’s Coordinated Entry for All.

Renton Family Housing

Renton Family Housing provides 18 non-subsidized townhome style 2 and 3 bedroom units in the Renton Highlands, and 6 non-subsidized 3-bedroom apartments in downtown Renton for low-income families. Please complete an application and a Resident Selection Criteria form. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (425) 793-7060.
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Rose of Lima at Bakhita Gardens

Rose of Lima House provides permanent, supportive housing to formerly homeless women in a respectful, community focused environment. We seek to encourage independence and provide women with the tools to move out of homelessness, permanently. Click here for more information.

Santa Teresita del Nino Jesus

Santa Teresita is a family housing program in Seattle’s Delridge neighborhood (West Seattle) offering 25 units of housing (2- and 3-bedroom units) homeless families referred by Coordinated Entry for All. This property does not maintain a waiting list. Please contact 211 for more information.

Spruce Park Apartments

Offers 44 studio and one-bedroom apartments in Seattle’s Central District for small families and individuals with 50% median income, with 4 units for homeless families and individuals at 30% median income. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (206) 322-0450 or visit the Village Spirit Center for more information.

St. Martin’s on Westlake

St. Martin’s on Westlake is located at 2008 Westlake Ave. Seattle, WA 98121 and provides 53 units of single-room-occupancy housing for chronically homeless men 55 years of age and older. This property accepts referrals from Coordinated Entry for All. This property does not maintain a waiting list. Please contact 211 for information on how to access this and other properties serving individuals experiencing homelessness. For information about the property call 206-340-0410.

St. Martin’s on Westlake program participates in the WSDA TEFAP food program administered by Food Lifeline, and as such adheres to the USDA Nondiscrimination policy.

Thea Bowman Apartments

Thea Bowman Apartments provides 80 units of housing and supportive services for formerly homeless individuals and veterans in the community. Applications are accepted by referral through King County’s Coordinated Entry for All.  Please contact Coordinated Entry for All for more information, or contact the Thea Bowman Apartments at (206) 429-2149.

Traugott Terrace

Traugott Terrace is located at 2317- 3rd Ave., Seattle, WA and provides 38 permanent and 12 transitional clean and sober apartments for individuals in recovery. Residents must be actively committed to a program of recovery while at Traugott. Income and rent limits apply. Please call for (206) 267-3023 for more information.
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Wintonia

The Wintonia is a 92-single-room-occupancy building in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood housing people with low incomes. Please consider helping them by donating essential needs; shampoo, conditioner, lotion, body soap, and laundry soap. Contact Sharon Poole, Program Director at 206-454-9854.  Thank you!

Pierce County

Emmons Apartments

Provides 22 units for low-income families in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood. Housing availability changes frequently; for current information, please call (253) 274-5710.

Fournier Court Apartments

Provides 20 units in Tacoma for chronically mentally ill adults. Please contact (253) 531-5087 for more information.

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Guadalupe Vista

Guadalupe Vista is a 50 unit housing program that provides affordable housing to families and individuals in the Hilltop neighborhood of Tacoma. Click here for more information.

Manresa Apartments

A 20 unit apartment complex for low income individuals or small families in Lakewood. Please call (253) 593-2120 for more information.

Matsusaka Townhomes

Offers 25 units of low-income family housing in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood. Please call (253) 593-2120 for more information.

Nativity House Apartments

Nativity House is the largest, most comprehensive facility in Pierce County serving low-income and homeless adult men and women. In addition to overnight and day shelter services, it also operates the Nativity House Apartments which provides 50 units of permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless single adults with disabilities. Click here for more information.

Pioneer Court

Provides 17 units of housing in Puyallup for chronically mentally ill adults. Please contact (253) 848-0874 for more information.

Sumner Townhomes

Provides 8 units of low-income housing for families in Sumner. Please call (253) 826-5199 for more information.

Sunrise Court

Offers 20 units of housing in Tacoma for chronically mentally ill adults. Please contact (253) 537-2429 for more information.

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Mason, Thurston & Lewis Counties

Drexel House

Drexel House provides a continuum of housing care in a safe environment that fosters respect and dignity, with an emergency shelter for 16 men, 25 low-income affording furnished studio apartments for men and women transitioning into permanent housing, and 10 permanent low-income affordable furnished studio apartments for chronically homeless and disabled men and women. Click here for more information.

Drexel House II

Provides 50 units of permanent supportive housing for homeless veterans. Click here for more information.