CCS Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) Program quickly connects families and individuals experiencing homelessness to permanent housing through tailored housing stability plans that may include the use of short term financial assistance and targeted supportive services. Rapid rehousing helps families and individuals living on the streets or in emergency shelters resolve the practical and immediate barriers to obtaining permanent market rate housing while reducing the amount of time they experience homelessness.
Our program has established partnerships community resources and quickly links clients to those services that enable them to achieve housing stability in the long-term. All services are voluntary and housing stability plans are created in partnership with our clients. We are a housing first program, meaning that there are no preconditions that clients must meet before moving into housing. 161 total people exited homelessness to permanent housing through CCS Rapid Re-Housing in 2017.
- Currently experiencing literal homelessness or fleeing domestic violence
- Under 50% Area Median Income
- Families – Has custody or the potential for reunification of at least one child under the age of 18
- Single Adults – Will not have any child under the age of 18 living with them in their households
- Currently residing in King County
The Rapid Rehousing Program does not own or sub-lease units and has no direct access to subsidized or low-income units. Clients will be assisted in finding market-rate rental units in the King County region. While clients do not need to have current income to be eligible for the RRH program, clients must work with their case manager to develop a plan for assuming responsibility for their rent.