Permanent Affordable Housing

Location

2024 Third Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121
United States

930 NE High St
Issaquah, WA 98029
United States

14710 First Pl.
Bellevue, WA 98007
United States

11802 4th Ave W
Everett, WA 98204
United States

19703 68th Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036
United States

4004 212th St SW
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
United States

1118 5th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
United States

2402 Second Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
United States

Hours

No Hours Available.

Contact

King County
Monique Hansell
Snohomish
Amy Welch
YWCA Permanent Housing Communities available in King and Snohomish Counties ranging in size from studio to 4 bedroom apartments. Income limits apply on all LIHTC communities.

Services may include family advocacy, case management, in-home mental health counseling, special classes and more. Each property also offers Project Based Voucher (PBV) units dedicated to serving very low income families.

Services Offered

Permanent Housing

Related Events

YWCA Party in the Park

Start Date
4:00 pm
-
End Date
7:00 pm
Powell Barnett Park
Image
YWCA Party in the Park
Celebrating a century of service for women & families in the Central District

Cocktails on a Mission 2019

Start Date
6:00 pm
-
End Date
8:00 pm
Bellevue Arts Museum
Attend Cocktails On A Mission and join a group of community members dedicated to raising the bar for women and girls on the Eastside.

Related News

Serving Families as a Family

June 20, 2019 Blog Post
The newest Volunteer Program Assistants at Family Village Issaquah are giving back to YWCA families as a family. The Ferro family values volunteering as a way to serve and build community. Ashleigh and her husband work to pass on their passion for volunteering to their son and support women in Washington.

"Yehow" - We cannot do anything without working together

April 24, 2019 Blog Post
April's blog theme is "activation" and few do it better than our Snohomish County Luncheon client speaker, Jennifer Bereskin. Jennifer shared a snapshot of her experience overcoming homelessness, domestic abuse, and alcohol addiction. This is her story.
News
While some say “Seattle is dying,” more than 40 members of the community, including business and nonprofit leaders, have signed an Open Letter to Our Community. The letter argues: “Real solutions come from a whole community: nonprofits, businesses, philanthropists, neighbors, those who’ve experienced homelessness — even media.”
News
Rick Steves shares his story of donating Trinity Place, a 24-unit apartment complex, to YWCA, as well as life and travel lessons.