Housing

Bruksos House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is eligible

This program partners with King County PACT clients and Regional Mental Health clients only. 

How to apply

All applicants must be referred by partnering agencies.

 

Amenities
  • 45 furnished units
  • All units have private kitchenettes
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Walking distance to shopping, downtown Seattle and community college
  • On bus line

Note: Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.)

 

 

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Chamberlain House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
How to apply

We apologize, but the Chamberlain House is currently not accepting new applications.

Amenities
  • 40 furnished units
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Community living environment (shared kitchen and bath facilities)
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Walking distance to shopping, downtown Seattle and community college.
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

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City Gate Apartments

Contact:
Todd Medearis, Program Manager
City Gate Apartments
607 East Holly Street
Bellingham, WA 98225
Phone:
Who is eligible

City Gate apartments are designated for participants of the Whatcom County Coordinated Entry program, Whatcom County Mental Health and Drug Courts, Shelter Plus Care and Veterans Affairs (VASH) in supportive housing in collaboration with the Whatcom County Health Department. To be eligible for the housing program, participants need to meet various combinations of the following:

  • Homeless at program entry
  • Individuals under the supervision of DOC or exiting Whatcom County Jail
  • Past history of residency in Whatcom County
  • Income at or below 50% Area Median Income
  • Committed to individual reentry plan and program participation requirements
  • Veteran status
How to apply

The City Gate facility and programs are operated in partnership with other non-profit agencies.  This program does not accept self-referrals. Please note: we do not accept reusable tenant screening reports from referral agencies.

Amenities
  • 38 studio apartments
  • Washer/dryer in each unit
  • On-site parking
  • Utilities included in monthly rent
  • Case management support services
  • Close proximity to bus routes, schools and shopping

City Gate Apartments received EPA’s Energy Star in 2016 after executing several cost saving measures including solar installation, LED lighting, thermostat updates and a power saver plug-in. The facility was in the top ten percent of similar building types in the country that are green. To earn an Energy Star, a building must meet strict guidelines for energy efficiency. 

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Dalton House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is eligible

Individuals engaged in the King County Adult Drug Diversion Court.

How to apply

All applicants must be referred by partnering agencies. 

 

Amenities
  • 28 furnished units
  • All units have private kitchenettes
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Walking distance to shopping,  community center and park
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

 

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Exley Apartments

Contact:
Program Facilitator
311 S. 9th Street
Tacoma, WA 98402
Who is eligible

Individuals committed to clean and sober living with no sex offenses, no history of arson or manufacturing of methamphetamines may apply.

How to apply

To check availability at our Tacoma transitional housing programs, please contact the Tacoma housing office at (253) 272-5486. To apply for Tacoma transitional housing, interested applicants must attend an orientation which is held every Tuesday at 11am and Thursday at 3pm in the Rialto Apartments meeting room at the Tacoma address listed below. Applications can be filled out at the orientation.

Please note, we do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

Application options

If you are currently incarcerated or in a treatment program and cannot attend orientation, please fill out the application here and submit it by mail or fax to the following:

Program Facilitator
Rialto Apartments
311 S. 9th Street
Tacoma, WA  98402
Fax: 253-383-2097

Amenities
  • Families welcome
  • 12 unfurnished units
  • All units are one-bedroom with private kitchen and bathroom
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Walking distance to shopping
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

Please call for pricing
Cleaning fee: $75*
Deposit required**

The $75 cleaning fee is a one-time, non-refundable charge.

** Deposit amount is based on applicant’s credit history, criminal history and rental history. The deposit is refundable upon satisfactory completion of the lease agreement.

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Granberg Apartments

Contact:
1737 Belmont Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
How to Apply

Pioneer is in the process of updating our rental applications to comply with the new city of Seattle Fair Chance Housing Act. Sorry for the inconvenience - please check back.

Pioneer Housing
Contact: Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Housing
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122

Phone: 206-624-0082 Ext. 104
Fax: 206-624-0118
Email: housing@p-h-s.com

Amenities
  • 25 units total – 13 studios, 12 efficiency rooms  (shared bath and community areas)
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Parking spaces rented on monthly basis
  • Utilities included in rent
  • Walking distance to downtown Seattle and community college
  • On bus line

Who is eligible

Applicants must have verifiable income and be respectful of clean and sober living. No applicant with a level 3 sex offense, a history of arson or manufacturing of methamphetamines may apply.

Please call for pricing
Cleaning fee: $75*
Deposit required**

The $75 cleaning fee is a one-time, non-refundable charge.

** Deposit amount is based on applicant’s credit history, criminal history and rental history. The deposit is refundable upon satisfactory completion of the lease agreement.

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Heath Hall

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is eligible

Individuals engaged in the King County Adult Drug Diversion Court.

How to apply

All applicants must be referred by partnering agencies. 

 

Amenities
  • 15 furnished units
  • Two units share one kitchen and bathroom
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Free off-street parking available
  • Walking distance to shopping
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

 

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Hudson House

Contact:
1712 Summit Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
How to Apply

Pioneer is in the process of updating our rental applications to comply with the new city of Seattle Fair Chance Housing Act. Sorry for the inconvenience - please check back.

Pioneer Housing
Contact: Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Housing
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122

Phone: 206-624-0082 Ext. 104
Fax: 206-624-0118
Email: housing@p-h-s.com

OR

Hudson House
Contact: Property Manager
1712 Summit Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122

Amenities
  • 71 units total – 63 efficiency rooms (4 shared baths on each floor), 7 studio apartments, and 1 one-bedroom
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities included in rent
  • Walking distance to downtown Seattle and community college
  • On bus line
Who is eligible

Applicants must have verifiable income and be respectful of clean and sober living. No applicant with a level 3 sex offense, a history of arson or manufacturing of methamphetamines may apply.

Please call for pricing
Cleaning fee: $75*
Deposit required**

* The $75 cleaning fee is a one-time, non-refundable charge.
** Deposit amount is based on applicant’s credit history, criminal history and rental history. The deposit is refundable upon satisfactory completion of the lease agreement.

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Lobdell Apartments

Contact:
Resident Manager
812 10th Street NE
Auburn, WA 98002
Phone:
Who is eligible

Applicants must have verifiable income and be respectful of clean and sober living. No applicant with sex offenses, a history of arson or manufacturing of methamphetamines may apply.

How to apply

Please complete the Application Forms and submit them to the Resident Manager at Lobdell in-person. In addition to verifiable income, applicants must also provide valid photo identification and a social security card.

Please note, there is a $35.00 fee required in the form of a money order for the credit check at the time the application is submitted. We do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

Amenities
  • Families welcome
  • 48 apartments (26 one-bedroom, 13 two-bedroom, 8 studio and 1 three-bedroom)
  • Washer and dryer in most units and a central laundry room
  • Fenced community with secure automated car and pedestrian gates at front entry
  • On-site parking
  • Children’s playground and basketball court
  • Close proximity to commuter bus routes, schools and shopping

Please call for pricing
Cleaning fee: $75*
Deposit required**

*  The $75 cleaning fee is a one-time, non-refundable charge.
** Based on credit history, criminal history and rental history; refundable upon satisfactory completion of lease agreement.

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Mark Cooper House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is Eligible

The Mark Cooper House is designated for participants being referred by the King County Adult Drug Diversion Court, and Veterans referred by King County Coordinated Entry for All (CEA) in collaboration with King County Department of Community and Human Services.

How to apply

All applicants must be referred through community partners and/or Coordinated Entry for All in collaboration with King County Department of Community and Human Services.

Amenities
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Community living environment (shared kitchen and bath facilities)
  • Utilities included in monthly fee
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

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Pathway House

Contact:
Resident Housing Manager
222 South Howard Street
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone:
Who is eligible

Applicants must have verifiable income and be supportive of recovery based housing.

How to apply to Pathway House

Please complete the Housing Application and submit it in person to the Resident Housing Manager at the Pathway House. In addition to verifiable income, applicants must also provide valid photo identification and a social security card.

Please note, we do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

About

Pioneer Pathway House provides supportive housing services by an onsite resident housing manager. Each resident is offered an assessment from which an individual services plan (ISP) is created. The ISP identifies goals that the case manager will support during tenancy.

Amenities
  • 39 units
  • 34 efficiency units and 5 studio apartments
  • Utilities included in rent
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Walking distance to bus line and community services

Please call for pricing
Deposit: $400*

* $100 of the $400 deposit is non-refundable for cleaning. The remainder of the deposit is refundable upon satisfactory completion of lease agreement. There is also a credit and background check fee of $35; we only accept money orders or bank issued checks - we do not accept cash or personal checks.‚Äč 

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Phoenix Transitional Housing Program

Contact:
Kim Deuser
Phoenix House
703 E. Hartson
Spokane, WA 99202
Who is eligible

To qualify for the Phoenix Transitional Housing Program, the following is required:

  • Personal income to cover monthly service fee
  • Active with Title 19 Medicaid
  • Resident has a mental health care provider employed by the Spokane County Regional Behavioral Health Organization and is participating in an ongoing mental health treatment
  • Individual must pass background criteria, examples that may lead to denial include active warrants, convictions such as arson, sex offenses, or violence against vulnerable adults/children
  • All caseworkers should review the Phoenix Transitional Housing Program suitability criteria  
How to apply

All individuals interested in living at the Phoenix need to have a referral and crisis plan initiated by a case manager in order to process the application. The completed Phoenix House Referral Form then needs to be faxed to (509) 232-7085.

About the Phoenix

The Phoenix transitional housing program provides low-cost housing that supports adults working towards mental health recovery (adults with children allowed). The program offers housing for up to six months, giving individuals ample time to look for permanent housing.

Residents of the Phoenix adhere to a program that is a service agreement, not a lease. Spokane County owns and sponsors the Phoenix and Pioneer Human Services manages the program.

The Phoenix is a weapons and drug-free facility, and marijuana is not allowed.

The Phoenix provides a low monthly service fee in accordance with the following:
  • Individuals must be actively looking for permanent housing
  • Maximum stay is six months but we ask that residents work with their case manager to find housing as soon as s/he is able
  • Weekly check-ins and room inspections
  • Residents may earn a positive rental reference by timely service fee payments, neighborly conduct and following Phoenix Transitional Housing Program community rules
Amenities
  • Secured access building with 24/7 staff on duty
  • 40 Units that include 39 studios and one 1-bedroom apartment
  • Rooms include stoves, refrigerators, beds, private bathrooms
  • Units are children friendly
  • TV Room with cable and phone service
  • Coin operated washer & dryer on each floor
  • Free parking and an outdoor picnic area

The monthly service fee is $250.00 for a studio and $275.00 for a 1-bedroom. There are no other fees. 

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Pioneer Transition House

Contact:
Todd Medearis, Program Manager
Pioneer Transition House
1011 Digby Road
Mount Vernon, WA 98274
Who is eligible

Pioneer Transition House is designated for participants exiting Skagit Valley Hospital, Skagit County Community Justice Center, Skagit County Crisis Center and Pioneer Center North in collaboration with Skagit County Public Health and Community Services.

  • Individuals must be homeless at entry
  • Residents need to have a documented mental health diagnosis or a documented substance use disorder diagnosis
  • Exiting jail, hospitals, crisis centers, or inpatient treatment facilities
  • 18 years or older male or female
  • Past history of residency in Skagit County
  • Required to pay a service fee of 30% of their income, or zero with no income
  • Residents must be committed to compliance with case management and individual case management plans for more permanent housing
  • Sobriety needs to be supported and resident must agree to monitoring through urinalysis and breathalyzers
How to apply

Complete a Pioneer Transition House referral form and submit to Todd Medearis by fax at 360-336-0117.

* All referents will be notified via email about pending openings within the program. Referrals need to include in fax:

  • Resident info sheet
  • Referral doc (2 pages)
  • Copy of ID
  • Verification of homelessness
  • Verification of income
About Pioneer Transition House

Pioneer Transition House is a 10-bed transitional housing program that is co-ed. Five of the ten residents need to have documented mental health diagnosis and five need a documented substance use disorder diagnosis. Housing is approved on a month-to-month basis with a maximum stay of six months.

The housing program provides supportive services through intensive case management that is holistic in its approach. We also pride ourselves in connecting providers and community partners in a common place for a common goal, in support of our residents in transition to more permanent housing.

Carl, a past resident stated, “I was a chronic alcoholic for many years and my only goal was to die. Pioneer Transition House gave me a safe environment to deal with all my problems and addiction issues. The staff there cared about me and ensured that I get the counseling and treatment I needed. They really listened when I told them about my struggles. I got used to living around other people again in a community environment, and the pressures of every day life were brought on at a more manageable level. Currently, I am successfully living on my own in an apartment. On December 15, 2016 I will be celebrating four years of sobriety – thanks to all the staff at the Transition House!”

Services Provided
  • One meal will be available daily and all residents will be offered an opportunity to participate in therapeutic preparation of community meals for the house.
  • Once a resident is stabilized and routines are developed, we identify more permanent housing and extend our case management services up to six months after discharge.
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Rialto Apartments

Contact:
Program Facilitator
Rialto Apartments
311 S. 9th Street
Tacoma, WA 98402
Who is eligible

Applicants must have verifiable income below 50 percent AMI, be in good standing with the Tacoma Housing Authority, and be respectful of clean and sober living. Applicants with sex offenses, a history of arson or manufacturing of methamphetamines will not be approved.

How to apply

Please complete the Application Forms and submit them to the Resident Manager at the Rialto in-person. In addition to verifiable income, applicants must also provide valid photo identification and a social security card.

To check availability at our Tacoma housing programs, please contact the Tacoma housing office at (253) 272-5486. To apply for Tacoma housing, interested applicants must attend an orientation which is held every Tuesday at 11am and Thursday at 3pm in the Rialto Apartments meeting room at the Tacoma address listed below. Applications can be filled out at the orientation.

Please note, there is a $35.00 fee required in the form of a money order for the credit check at the time the application is submitted. We do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

Rialto Apartments
311 S. 9th Street
Tacoma, WA 98402
Fax: 253-383-2097
Amenities
  • Families welcome
  • 29 standard studios
  • 12 one-bedrooms
  • 5 studios with alcoves
  • 5 efficiency studios with kitchenettes
  • 1 two-bedroom
  • All units have private kitchen and bathroom
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Walking distance to shopping
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

Please call for pricing
Cleaning fee: $75*
Deposit required**

The $75 cleaning fee is a one-time, non-refundable charge.

** Deposit amount is based on applicant’s credit history, criminal history and rental history. The deposit is refundable upon satisfactory completion of the lease agreement.

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Snider Apartments

Contact:
11018/11020 1st Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98146
Who is eligible

Applicants must have verifiable income and be respectful of clean and sober living. No applicant with a sex offense, a history of arson or manufacturing of methamphetamines may apply.

How to apply

Please complete the Application Forms and submit them in-person to the Property Manager located at 7440 W. Marginal Way S., Seattle, WA 98108. In addition to verifiable income, applicants must also provide valid photo identification and a social security card.

Please note, there is a $35.00 fee required in the form of a money order for the credit check at the time the application is submitted. We do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

 

Amenities
  • Families welcome
  • 18 units
  • 17 two-bedrooms and 1 one-bedroom
  • 18 parking spaces reserved for tenants, additional off-street parking available
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Outside family cooking facilities and playground
  • On bus line

Please call for pricing
Cleaning fee: $75*
Deposit required**

*  The $75 cleaning fee is a one-time, non-refundable charge.

** Deposit amount is based on credit history, criminal history and rental history; refundable upon satisfactory completion of lease agreement. 

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St. Helens Apartments

Contact:
Program Facilitator
311 S. 9th Street
Tacoma, WA 98402
Who is eligible

Individuals committed to clean and sober living with no sex offenses, no history of arson or manufacturing of methamphetamines may apply.

How to apply

To check availability at our Tacoma transitional housing programs, please contact the Tacoma housing office at (253) 272-5486. To apply for Tacoma transitional housing, interested applicants must attend an orientation which is held every Tuesday at 11am and Thursday at 3pm in the Rialto Apartments meeting room at the Tacoma address listed below. Applications can be filled out at the orientation.

Please note, we do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

Application options

If you are currently incarcerated or in a treatment program and cannot attend orientation, please fill out the application form and submit it by mail or fax to the following:

Program Facilitator
Rialto Apartments
311 S. 9th Street
Tacoma, WA 98402
Fax: 253-383-2097

Amenities
  • Families welcome
  • All units are unfurnished
  • 10 Studios
  • 3 one-bedroom
  • 1 two-bedroom
  • All units have private kitchen and bathroom
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Walking distance to shopping
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.)

Please call for pricing
Cleaning fee: $75*
Deposit required**

The $75 cleaning fee is a one-time, non-refundable charge.

** Deposit amount is based on applicant’s credit history, criminal history and rental history. The deposit is refundable upon satisfactory completion of the lease agreement.

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Stewart House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is eligible

This program partners with King County Regional Mental Health clients only. 

How to apply

All applicants must be referred by partnering agencies.

 

Amenities
  • 31 furnished units
  • All units have private kitchenettes
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities included in monthly fee
  • Paid parking spaces available to rent on monthly basis
  • Walking distance to shopping, downtown Seattle and community college
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

 

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The Bridge

Contact:
Todd Medearis, Program Manager
The Bridge
3504 Norton Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
Phone:
Who is eligible

The following eligibility criteria must be met by applicants to be considered for The Bridge:

  • Homeless at entry
  • Referred by Snohomish County embedded social worker
  • 18 years or older male or female
  • Past history of residency in Snohomish County
  • Agreement to pay a service fee of 30% of their income (zero is required with no income)
  • Residents must be committed to compliance with case management and individual case management plans for more permanent housing and employment
Referral process

If you have a client who would benefit from The Bridge services, please contact:

Todd Medearis, Program Manager    -     Email: Todd.Medearis@p-h-s.com

Phone: 425-322-3423       Fax: 425-405-3659

The Bridge is a voluntary 10-bed transitional housing program for homeless male or female adults that are exiting facilities to include detox centers, inpatient treatment and jail. The facility is located in Everett, Washington and provides intensive case management and transitional skill building. The Bridge also connects all providers in one common location so they can support our residents easier during their transition to more permanent housing, employment and in the process of improving their quality of life.

This community-based transitional housing and supportive services program focuses on better serving residents who are in need of further stabilization to enter long-term housing. Program housing is provided on a month-to-month basis with a maximum stay of six months. Intensive case management is provided with a holistic approach.

Services include connecting clients to agencies for mental health or substance abuse treatment, DSHS benefits, education, employment, debt resolution, probation completion, sobriety maintenance, and helping clients to obtain and maintain permanent/ stable housing upon exiting the program. Residents exiting the program will be more emotionally stable, physically healthier and will have achieved a form of financial stability to be able to live independently. Connecting the residents to mental health and substance abuse providers helps ensure a more supportive transition into permanent housing. Permanent housing is obtained when the resident has achieved a self-supported routine and where their income permits. 

Program partners
  • Snohomish County Human Services
  • Snohomish Diversion Center
  • Snohomish County Sheriff
  • Carnegie Resource Center
  • Local community service providers 

 

 

 

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The Carlyle

Contact:
Program Director
206 South Post Street
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone:
Who is eligible

Applicants must complete our housing application form and have income/funding to cover rent (income verification required), and be supportive of recovery based housing for justice-involved individuals. 

How to apply to Carlyle Housing

Please complete the Application Forms and submit them in-person to the reception desk at the Carlyle from 8am – 5pm, 7-days per week. In addition to verifiable income, applicants must also provide valid photo identification and a social security card.

Please note, we do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

About

The Carlyle is located in an elegant and historic building in Spokane and provides supportive and affordable Spokane housing in a secured building.

Amenities
  • 24/7 staffed program
  • Utilities included in rent
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Walking distance to bus line and community services
Housing Facility
  • 74 units
  • 62 studio apartments and 12 one-bedroom apartments
  • Rent range is $535 - $613
  • Deposit is $400*
  • Credit and background check fee is $35**

*  For the deposit, $100 of the $400 is non-refundable. The remainder of the deposit is refundable upon satisfactory completion of the lease agreement.

** For the credit check fee, we only accept money orders or bank issued checks - we do not accept cash or personal checks.

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