Housing & Shelter
Resources listed on this website do not represent an endorsement by the Kent School District.
Family Housing Connection
At least one member of the family must be in a place not meant for human habitation (e.g. park bench, car) or have a short term motel voucher. Alternatively, one member of the family must be pregnant or an adult (18 years old or older) with at least one child (17 years old or younger) in their care.
- Schedule an appointment at 2-1-1
- Meet with Family Housing Connection at 1 of 9 convenient office locations
- Receive a phone call or email when a housing resource becomes available and complete a brief screening
- After being referred to a program, meet with program staff to ensure a good fit
This Emergency Assistance program helps families, seniors, and people with disabilities with a variety of emergency and basic needs. Services include:
- Eviction prevention and move-in assistance
- Rental assistance with case management
- Utility assistance
- Information and resource referral
- Emergency motel vouchers
El programa de Asistencia de Emergencia asiste a familias con niños menores de dieciocho anos, los que son mayores de 62, y los que tienen una disabilidad permanente que viven in King County con una variedad de necesidades básicas. Servicios incluyen:
- Ayuda con la renta o deposito
- Asistencia con las utilidades
- Cupón de motel para una emergencia
- Consejos de donde buscar mas ayuda
- Información y referencias para otras agencias
9009 Canyon Drive
Kent, WA 98030
The Day Center is open 7 days a week from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Three meals are served every day and showers, laundry facilities, clothing, computers with internet access, health care, life skills classes, advocacy, and hope are available. They also work with partners in the community to find jobs and housing for their guests.
Sometimes has a men’s shelter dependent on the time of year.
1501 North 45th Street
Seattle, WA 98103-6708
Grants for mortgage and rent help: a housing stability program that can provide renters and homeowners with one-time loans and/or cash grants. This funding is for tenants and homeowners who are in danger of being evicted or who are facing a foreclosure due to short-term financial difficulties. In addition, it also provides grants and loans to homeless individuals and families who need assistance moving to permanent housing. So first month’s rent, connection fees, or a deposits may be qualified for partial payment. There is also limited assistance for other types of moves.
For rental assistance, contact 211 and ask to be screened for rental assistance.
(206) 682-7382 and leave a message. If you don’t receive a call back, you can call back 1x a week. Please don’t call back more often than that.
Transitional Housing for homeless families in Tukwila and Renton.
Offers transitional housing and support services to homeless single-parent families.