Catholic Community Services provides case management for 16 families residing in transitional housing units provided by FUSION, Friends United to Shelter the Indigent, Oppressed, and Needy. These units are located in the Federal Way and Tacoma area.

FUSION brings over 20 years of dedicated service and over 100 volunteers who manage the units, oversee repairs and are involved with fundraising. Click here for more information about FUSION.

Families can reside for 18-24 months and receive assistance/referrals in the following areas:  education/employment, financial management (credit repair and/or savings), permanent housing, physical and mental health services, other agency resources, and child care.

Upon completion of the program, it is the hope that families will transition into permanent housing.

If you are a family experiencing homelessness, you may call 206-473-8067 to check on availability and receive an application.

You should also connect with the resources in King County via the Family Housing Connection. Call 2-1-1 to schedule an appointment to meet with a Coordinated Entry for All specialist and be connected with housing resources countywide.

For more information please click here to view the website for Coordinated Entry for All.