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Housing Resources

Washington Low Income Housing Alliance Begin your search for affordable housing.
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. 
Salvation Army Emergency Shelter Services 
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.
Homeless Assistance – Coordinated Entry by County Contact the entry site in your county to apply for housing assistance for homeless individuals and families. 
Foundational Community Supports You may qualify for support in finding a job (age 16+) or a place to live (age 18+) if you are Medicaid eligible and living with complex health needs. Call 1-844-451-2828 (TYY 711) to find out.
Pathways to Housing A one-stop resource to help you navigate the world of housing.
Make the Connection Find local resources and support for veterans in your area.
National Coalition for Homeless Veterans Help is available in many counties in Washington State.
Disability Housing Grants for Veterans Learn about housing grants for Veterans and service members with certain service-related disabilities so they can buy or modify a home to meet their needs.
Apply for a Specially Adapted Housing Grant Available for Veterans Find out how to apply for a Specially Adapted Housing or Special Home Adaptation grant on DVA eBenefits website.
Eviction Rent Assistance Program Contact the service provider in your area to apply for rent assistance to prevent evictions.
Congolese Integration Network Supports community members with financial resources that help cover the cost of housing.

Emergency Shelters

Washington 211 Search by zip code for resources in your neighborhood.

Utility Resources

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program Providing funds from a federal block grant program to help low-income households in Washington maintain affordable, dependable utility services.
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.
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.
Washington 211 Search by zip code for resources in your neighborhood.
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.
Lifeline Support for Affordable Communications Affordable communications services for low-income consumers.
Apply for Free or Discount Phone Services See if you qualify for Lifeline program that can lower your monthly cost of phone and internet services.
Cascade Natural Gas for Low Income Households Contact your local Community Action Agency to apply for utility assistance available through Washington energy Assistance Fund.
Snohomish County Public Utility Assistance Find out if you are eligible for income-qualified assistance programs based on the household income limits in Snohomish County.
Help with Your Utility Bills Contact your local utility company to see if you can apply for their utility assistance program.
Broadband Now Understand the quality of your internet connection and compare your local internet options based on your internet activities.

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