Regional Access Points (RAP)

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
  • Benefits
  • 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.

You are eligible if you are staying in 1 of the following places in King County:

  • Outside
  • Shelter
  • In a place not meant for human habitation
  • Fleeing/attempting to flee domestic violence
  • Exiting an institution where you resided for up to 90 days AND were in shelter or a place not meant for human habitation immediately prior to entering that institution
  • Young adults (including those who are pregnant or parenting) who are imminently at risk of homelessness within 14 days are also eligible for some services

Get Help

King County RAP Locations (Note: Other agencies operate some offices.)

Pierce County residents must contact Pierce County Coordinated Entry Access Points.