A support program that helps individuals, couples and families in crisis remain in their current housing or move into more appropriate housing.
Project Self-Sufficiency participants acquire the knowledge and skills to: stabilize their housing and maintain a permanent residence; develop and implement goals that will lead to economic self-sufficiency and personal success; improve parenting, personal and professional skills.
eligibility: Applicants must be renters in Seattle, 18 years or older, who are having a serious and immediate housing crisis and who are willing to work with case manager, attend workshops and be motivated to work toward personal goals. Applicants will be asked to provide current verifiable income, a move-in statement or proof of high utility charges.
application: Phone screenings are conducted the first 2 weeks of each month. Please call the intake line at 206.209.5677 for a phone screening for the Project Self Sufficiency Homelessness Prevention program. Leave your name, contact information and a brief description of your situation. A case manager will return your call and determine if you’re eligible for the program. Once eligibility has been determined you will be given an appointment for an intake.