Address:3311 W Clearwater Ave C-140Kennewick, WA 99336Map & Directions
Services: Provides comprehensive referrals to affordable housing options, as well as support and advocacy to victims of domestic violence who are at risk of losing their housing or having trouble securing housing due to their experience as a victim of domestic violence.
May also assist with rental assistance to prevent an eviction or deposit assistance.
Must be a victim of domestic violence living in Benton or Franklin Counties.
Address:723 N 3rd AvePasco, WA 99301Map & Directions
Services: LIFELINE: Lifeline is a government program that assists qualified low-income Iowans by providing a monthly credit on their telephone bill in an amount of $6.55 or $8.25, depending on your provider.
LINK-UP: Link-Up is a plan that assists qualified low-income Iowans in obtaining basic telephone service by providing reduced connection charges for basic phone service and deferred payment of connection charges without interest.
Address:1600 N 20th Ave APasco, WA 99301Map & Directions
Services: Provides a one-stop resource of local services, employment opportunities, housing, counseling, and mentoring for veterans.
Also offers assistance with obtaining earned benefits (Benton County residents only).
Veterans who have been honorably discharged.
Address:720 W Court StPasco, WA 99301Map & Directions
Services: Helps to establish and/or maintain stable and affordable housing for those clients receiving Medical Care Services (MCS).
Funding allows the client to receive rent and utility assistance for the duration of eligibility as determined by the DSHS.
A client may receive essential needs, and eligibility is based upon receiving medical assistance through DSHS, as verified by BVS and is based on need.
Essential Needs will be goods only, no cash or vouchers will be provided. Accept referrals from DSHS, or walk-in with Medical Care Services (MCS) documentation.
Applicants must be deemed eligible through the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), must qualify as homeless or at-risk of homelessness and meet income guidelines set by DSHS.
Applicants can not be receiving cash from any other government program (SSI, SSDI, ABD, TANF, unemployment, etc.).
Criteria to qualify as a being at substantial risk of homelessness may include having:
- Eviction notice
- Utility shut-off notice
- Certification of potential eviction
- Certification of rental obligation