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Housing Resources

Washington Low Income Housing Alliance County resource directory for those who are homeless or at risk.
Habitat for Humanity Online search tool available to connect with local Habitat affiliate serving your area.
State Veterans Homes Long-term care services for Veterans.
Pierce County Coordinated Entry Centralized intake and referral system for Pierce County housing assistance. 
HousingSearchNW.org A free service to list and find affordable housing across the state of Washington.
Salvation Army Emergency Shelter Services
Homeless and Prevention Assistance Consolidated Homeless Grant Provider Directory  List of State-wide agencies which can refer you to local non-profit organizations or can provide emergency assistance help (rent/utility) for households at risk of becoming homeless or are experiencing homelessness. 
The REACH Center Support youth ages 16-24 for education, work opportunities, housing, and peer mentoring in Pierce County.
Foreclosure Prevention and Help Provides information and resources about alternatives to foreclosure.
Adults and Family Coordinated Entry Sites Contact the entry site in your county to apply for housing assistance for homeless individuals and families. 

Emergency Shelters

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Utility Resources

Low Cost Home Internet and Laptops Low cost internet access and Subsidized computer equipment for qualified families.
Utility Discount Programs or Utility Assistance Programs (UDP) Reduces the Seattle City Light electric bills by 60% and Seattle Public Utilities (water, sewer and garbage) charge by 50% for eligible customers.
SafeLink Wireless Free cell phone and minutes for qualified customers such as recipients of Basic Food, TANF, SSI, LIHEAP, or Refugee Assistance.
Telecommunication Equipment Distribution Program A program that provides telephone equipment to Washington residents who are deaf, hard of hearing, late-deafened, deaf-blind or who have speech disabilities so they may access and use the telephone independently.
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Telecommunications Relay Services A free service that provides full telephone accessibility to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind, or have a speech disability.  Simply dial 7-1-1 to connect with a relay operator.



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