Address:930 18th Pl NEAuburn, WA 98002Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away )
Services: Offers financial assistance for:
- Eviction prevention
- Water bills
- Electric bills
- Gas bills
- Propane for homeless clients using propane cooking stoves
Unable to help with deposits for utility set-up.
No cash is given directly to clients.
Clients can receive assistance once in a 12-month period.
On average, sets approximately 20 appointments per month.
Offers limited printed materials in Ukrainian, Russian and Spanish.
Residents of the Auburn School District ONLY.
Address:1229 W Smith StKent, WA 98032Map & Directions
Services: Provides limited assistance with:
- Eviction prevention
- Move-in costs
- Heating fuel
Households may receive services once in a 12-month period.
-Motel vouchers (homeless families only; dependent on last city of permanent residence)
For financial assistance, household must be residing in or moving to King County. Clients in east King County (Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Issaquah, Sammamish) are encouraged to reach out to the East King County intake line for service.
All applicants must have an income at or at or below 50% of the Area Median Income.
Eligibility criteria may vary depending on available funding; call intake line for the most up-to-date information.
Address:21415 Renton-Maple Valley RdMaple Valley, WA 98038Map & Directions
Services: Provides eviction prevention to eligible clients.
Those that are living in Black Diamond, Covington, Maple Valley and the Tahoma School District.
Address:6300 Southcenter BlvdSeattle, WA 98188Map & Directions
Services: Provides Tukwila residents with a once in a lifetime grant to prevent eviction or energy (PSE or SCL) shut off.
City of Tukwila residents only.
Eviction/shut-off notice not necessary, but caller must have proof that situation is critical and/or homelessness is pending.
Income must be greater than rental costs.
Caller must be in good standing with landlord.
Address:1806 Cole StEnumclaw, WA 98022Map & Directions
Services: Offers emergency financial assistance for eviction prevention, move-in costs, utilities, propane and limited prescriptions.
Provides shelter referrals for homeless clients.
Services include case management, when needed.
Those that live in the City of Enumclaw and greater Plateau area.
Address:1350 Cole StEnumclaw, WA 98022Map & Directions
Services: Provides limited eviction prevention funds for residents of the Enumclaw School District.
No move-in assistance.
Those that live in the Enumclaw School District.
Address:2040 84th Ave SEMercer Island, WA 98040Map & Directions
Services: Provides case management and emergency assistance with basic needs such as rent and utilities (water, gas, electric and sewer).
The Mercer Island Food Pantry is available on site at the Luther Burbank Administration Building and is open to all qualified Mercer Island residents.
Low-income Mercer Island residents.
Address:5715 108th St SWLakewood, WA 98499Map & Directions
Services: Provides help with rent or utilities (approximately $100), and limited assistance with clothing and furniture.
Serves their parish boundaries within zip codes 98499, 98439 and JBLM.
Assistance is provided once a year.
Must have disconnect notice, or a pay or vacate notice for financial assistance.
Eligibility: Must live within specified parish boundaries.
Need a pay-or-vacate notice or a disconnect notice for financial assistance.
Address:180 E Sunset WayIssaquah, WA 98027Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency financial assistance to help with rent.
No assistance for move-in costs.
Amount of assistance varies according to available funding.
Those that are living within the Issaquah School District ONLY. This includes all households in ZIP codes 98027 and 98075, some in 98029 and 98059, and very few in 98006 and 98008.
If unsure whether or not you live in the Issaquah School District, call to inquire.
Address:12736 33rd Ave NESeattle, WA 98125Map & Directions
Services: Provides rent assistance for residents with eviction notices, and utility assistance for residents with shut-off notices. Offers assistance with move-in expenses as funds allow.
Funds of up to $200 are paid to prevent eviction and $200 to prevent utility shut off once every 12 months (maximum $400/year). There is no lifetime limit, but funds can only be acquired two consecutive years in a row.
Those that live in ZIP codes 98125, 98133, 98155 and 98177.
Those that are homeless.