Most of this team is working remotely off-site. Program staff may not be in the office.
Please contact us via phone at 206-328-5900.
Regional Access Points (RAPs) are the front door to Coordinated Entry for All (CEA) in Central Seattle and East King County (Bellevue). With a strong foundation in Trauma-Informed Care and Motivational Interviewing, we explore all possible housing options with single adults, veterans, families, and young adults. RAPs connect unhoused individuals to resources including:
- Employment navigation
- Basic needs
Services Offered Include:
- The Path to Home program can help pay for all or a portion of select move-in cost items if you are approved to rent a new apartment and meet eligibility. Path to Home can also help pay for a ticket to travel somewhere that you can live for at least 90 days, or help pay for part or all of a debt that is keeping you from getting approved to rent an apartment. This program can also assist with a variety of other housing solutions which can be achieved through a one-time payment. Limits and conditions apply. You are eligible if you are sleeping in a place not meant for human habitation, a shelter, or are fleeing domestic violence.
- Information on: Best Starts for Kids, CReW, shelters, food banks, employment navigators, ORCA Lift, etc.
Please note: due to the COVID-19 situation, we cannot accommodate households that walk-in without an appointment and are suspending mobile site activities at community organizations