Helps young adults at risk of becoming homeless stabilize in housing with one-time financial and case management support.
HOMELESS PREVENTION FUNDS PROGRAM
Provides homeless young adults living in King County on a lease who are at imminent risk of losing housing with case management and financial support.Participants may receive help with outstanding rent bills, relocation assistance through the financial and housing search process for those who need to move due to domestic violence, health concerns, rent increases, etc. Limited move-in assistance may also be available for age-eligible clients who are homeless in Seattle and who have a Section 8 voucher.
COVID RESPONSE: RENT HELP FOR YOUNG ADULTS AGES 18-24
The Y Social Impact Center is offering up to three months of rental assistance for young adults ages 18-24 who live in King County. Learn more about eligible and apply today.
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR RENT HELP
Some resources will require you to call 2-1-1. Resources with * serve under 18 years old.
**Emergency Shelter for under 18: South King County Youth Shelter: (253) 275-1634
- **Child in Need of Services (CHINS)
- King County Resources
- Housing Justice Project Phone: (206) 267-7069 Email: email@example.com
- Puget Sound Energy Assistance
- LCYC: King County COVID 19 Resources
- King County Rental Assistance
- Rental Assistance Hope Line 425-869-6000
- Hope link (Eastside) 425-943-7555
- Solid Ground Tenant Services 206-694-6767
- Community Information 206-461-3200
- Housing & Essential Needs Programs 206-328-5755
- County Crisis Clinic 1800-621-4636 or 206-461-3222
- King County Supportive Services for Veteran Families 206-545-2344
- Catholic Community Services: 206-323-6336 or Emergency Assistance program 253-850-2523. (DSHS referral needed)
- Emergency Shelter Brochure
- COVID 19- Stimulus checks (16yo+)
- COVID 19- Unemployment benefits
- Byrd Barr Place Rental Assistance
- Pierce County Resources
- Snohomish County Resources