Habitat for Humanity is a path to homeownership for individuals and families who meet our basic qualifications. We do not provide emergency housing and shelter. Below is a list of emergency housing and shelter resources.
For emergency housing assistance:
Snohomish County has a centralized referral system for housing and human services.
If you need help with food, clothing, utilities, rent, childcare, health needs, legal assistance or any other basic need, a great place to start is by calling ‘211’ from any land line phone (or 425-258-4227 from any cell phone). They’ll let you know what resources exist in the community and refer you to the appropriate organization.
You can also go to the Housing Athourity page to find out more about basic shelter services offered through the county: http://hasco.org/housing_assistance/resources.
For a full list of County based homeowner, rental, and housing assistance programs, click here: http://hasco.org/housing_assistance.
Housing Hope also offers a range of Emergency shelter and transitional living programs. You can click here to learn more about their programs and services: http://www.housinghope.org/programs/programOverview.html.
The Snohomish County Family Shelter provided by Cathlic Community Services also provides housing and emergency shelter programs: http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_snohomish.
Click Snohomish County Housing Resources for a full listing of other programs and services.