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HOUSING PROPERTIES - NORTHWEST WASHINGTON

HomeHousingHousing Properties - Northwest Washington
CHS HOUSING
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Kateri Court
Offers 40 units of studio and one-bedroom apartments in Bellingham for low-income households at or below 50% of the area median income. The building is LEED certified to meet high environmental standards, such as good indoor air quality. Eight of the units are set aside for homeless parents with children, and eight units are set aside for persons with disabilities. For further information, click here.

As of April 17, 2014, there are 3 units available. Please contact (360) 738-8234 for more information. 

La Casa de Padre Miguel
A 10-unit property in Mount Vernon for farm workers and their families. As of April 17, 2014, there are no units available.  Please check back later or contact (360) 424-3883 for more information.
 
 
La Casa de San Jose
A 50-unit property in Mount Vernon for farm workers and their families. As of April 17, 2014, there are no units available.  Please check back later or contact (360) 424-3883 for more information.
 
 
La Casa de Santa Rosa
A 15-unit property in Sedro Woolley for farm workers and their families. As of April 17, 2014, there is 1unit available.  Please contact (360) 424-3596 for more information.
 
 
Monte Cristo
Offers 69 units, mostly studio and one-bedroom, of affordable housing for low-income households at or below 50% median income in a mixed-use historic building in Everett. As of March 11, 2014, there are 2 units available. Please contact (425) 258-9503 for leasing information. Within this building, Catholic Community Services provides support housing services for twelve units set aside for singles who meet the HUD definition of chronically homeless. (See more information at the bottom of this page.) There is currently a waitlist for this particular program, and those interested should call CCS at (425) 257-2111. 
 
 
Mount Baker Apartments
Provides 84 units of affordable housing in downtown Bellingham for low-income households at or below 50% or 60% of the area median income. Thirteen units are set aside for persons with disabilities. For further information, click here.

As of April 17, 2014, there is 1 unit available. Please contact (360) 738-8234 for leasing information.
 
 
Villa San Isidro
Provides 42 units of affordable housing for low-income households (50-60% area median income) in Mt. Vernon. As of April 17, 2014, there is 1 unit available. Please contact (360) 424-3596 for more information.
 
 
Villa Santa Maria
A 29-unit property in Mount Vernon for farm workers and their families. As of April 17, 2014, there are no units available. Please check back or contact (360) 424-3596 for more information. 
 
 
Washington Grocery Building
Provides 36 units of affordable housing in downtown Bellingham low-income households at or below 50% of the area median income with 8 units set aside for persons with disabilities. For further information, click here.

As of April 17, 2014, there are 3 units available. Please contact (360) 738-8234 for leasing information. 
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Chronically Homeless Housing
A permanent supportive housing program for chronically homeless persons, utilizing scattered site housing in apartments in Snohomish County. Eligibility requires that the tenant be homeless for at least one year or for 4 times in the past 3 years and have a disability. The housing program provides goal-oriented case management to maximize housing retention and self-sufficiency. Chronically Homeless Housing is a program of the Snohomish County Family Center.
 
Pregnant/Parenting Women Supportive Housing (PPW)
This is a scattered site housing program that provides goal oriented intensive case management to maximize housing retention and self-sufficiency for pregnant & parenting women who have a history of substance abuse. Upon successful completion in our program, assistance is also provided in obtaining permanent housing for these families. PPW is a program of the Snohomish County Family Center.

 

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