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All Hopelink housing is assigned through King County’s one-stop information network. To apply for housing assistance, please first contact 2-1-1 by dialing 211 or go to their website.
When a family is in danger of losing its home in a crisis, Hopelink offers a program that can help to provide a portion of the funds needed to prevent eviction. Preventing homelessness costs at least five times less than helping a family regain stable housing after it is lost. Please contact the closest Hopelink emergency service center to find out more about this service and how Hopelink may be able to assist. Contact your nearest Hopelink emergency service center.
When a low-income family is establishing a new home - often for the first time - Hopelink offers a program that can help to pay a portion of the high costs of settling into a new apartment. This kind of assistance can make the difference for a family on the verge of self-sufficiency. To learn more, please contact the closest Hopelink emergency service center. Contact your nearest Hopelink emergency service center.
Hopelink’s Kenmore and Redmond shelters provide a short-term home for families in crisis. With a goal of finding stable, permanent housing, families in the Kenmore and Redmond shelters are able to stay on a month-to-month basis.
Hopelink’s transitional and long-term housing programs in Bellevue, Bothell, Duvall and Redmond include comprehensive support to help families move from crisis to stability. Transitional housing units provide a secure home for up to two years. Families in long-term housing are able to stay longer, as long as they meet their lease requirements.
While your family is living in Hopelink housing, you will work closely with a skilled Case Manager to identify your strengths, overcome obstacles, and set and meet goals designed to find and maintain permanent housing.
Housing with Hopelink is set aside for families with children under the age of 18 who are experiencing homelessness. Families can only access housing with Hopelink by calling 211 and asking to be screened for Coordinated Entry for All.
Hopelink’s housing program does not provide eviction prevention funds. Please contact your nearest Hopelink center directly to see if any funding is available through the center.
Hopelink’s housing program does not provide move in funds. Please contact your nearest Hopelink center directly to see if any funding is available through the center.
Hopelink’s housing is only for homeless families. If you are a family with children under the age of 18 and live in Hopelink’s service area you may be eligible for case management which can include housing search assistance. Please contact 425-883-4755 to learn more and be screened for our Family Development Program.