Snohomish & Island Counties
HIV/AIDS Housing provides assistance to people living with HIV and AIDS in our community. Our goal is to enable clients to access needed services in order to live more healthy and independent lives. Services provided include Tenant Based Rental Assistance, Shelter Plus Care, Transitional Housing and Short Term Rental/Mortgage Assistance. Call (425) 257-2111 for more information.
This is a 6-unit transitional housing program in Kent for homeless adult women in recovery from drugs and alcohol. Their phone number is 253-856-7716. More information can be found on the website, here.
This is an 18-unit transitional housing community in Seattle for male veterans with onsite case management. Their phone number is 206-726-5688. More information can be found here.
Native American House
The Native American House provides safe, clean and sober transitional housing with case management services for Native American homeless men. Click here for more information.
This is a 6-unit transitional housing program in Auburn for homeless adult women in recovery from drugs and alcohol. Their phone number is 253-833-5271. More information can be found on the website, here.
Spirit Journey House
This is clean and sober housing in Seattle for 5 homeless Native American women offering an environment for tradition and culture. Their phone number is 206-328-5641. Additional information can be found here.
The Inn (formerly Aloha Inn)
This is a resident-managed, 66-unit transitional housing program in Seattle for homeless adults and couples without children. Their phone number is 206-283-6070. You can see more about this program here.
Mason, Thurston & Lewis Counties
Drexel House (Thurston)
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.