Housing Assistance

Helping people achieve housing stability

Lutheran Community Services Northwest is committed to helping individuals we work with access their human right to housing through a variety of programs based upon Housing First Principles. These include services in multiple counties.

  • Pierce – Rapid Rehousing for homeless households
  • Snohomish – Resource Navigation and Rapid Rehousing for homeless households
  • King, Pierce, and Clark Counties – Office of Refugee and Immigrant Assistance (ORIA) Housing Stabilization Services for recent arrival refugees

Resources are provided to our clients to ensure their efforts towards housing stability is achievable. Community can help us ensure we are able to help our clients with basic needs by providing:

  • Gas cards
  • Minor car repair/maintenance (oil change)
  • Bus passes
  • Household essential needs (cleaning supplies, toilet paper, feminine products)

To be considered for assistance:
Households are required to contact Coordinated Entry or 211. (We cannot accept walk-ins or direct phone calls.)

Coordinated Entry – Pierce County
Coordinated Entry – Snohomish County

Need more information?

Contact an office offering this program