Project Reunite

Location

19321 46th Ave W.
Lynnwood , WA 98036
United States

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Permanent supportive housing program in Lynnwood works to help parents experiencing homelessness and engaged in chemical dependency treatment reunite with their children.

Project Reunite provides permanent supportive housing for women and men experiencing homelessness and in treatment for addiction, so they can reunite with children who were temporarily removed from their custody.  

Residents are supported by on-site family advocates and meet with them weekly to create plans for self-sufficiency, identify and overcome barriers to permanent housing, and set goals for education, employment, financial security, legal issues, mental health, and more.  

Participants in this program live at Trinity Place Apartments, an innovative community partnership between YWCA, travel guru Rick Steves, and Rotary Club of Edmonds. Steves purchased the 24-unit apartment building in 2005 and donated it to YWCA in 2016; Edmonds Rotary members volunteer and contribute to building maintenance.

Watch this KING5 video about the partnership, “Travel guru Rick Steves donates housing complex.

Eligibility & Enrollment

To be eligible for Project Reunite participants must meet the following requirements: 

  • Currently homeless 
  • Engaged in chemical dependency treatment 
  • Have children involved with Child Welfare Services, with a reunification plan in place 
  • To enroll in Project Reunite, applicants must be connected through Snohomish County Coordinated Entry through North Sound 211. Please call 1.800.223.8145 or 211 for details. 

Services Offered

Permanent Housing

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