Phone: 2-1-1 (each county has a line connected to local resources)
Solid Ground connects people with resources & tools to help them stabilize their housing, access healthy food & build stronger futures for themselves & their families.
Provides eviction prevention, first month’s rent (NO DEPOSIT) and utility assistance for families with children residing in and moving within the Bellevue city limits.
Phone: 425-451-1175 Ext: 2
Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm.
Emergency Services – King County
Provides limited assistance with eviction prevention, move-in cost, utilities and food; offers motel vouchers for homeless families with children who are currently IN, or who LAST LIVED IN, certain cities.
Bellevue Address: 700 108th Ave NE Suite 211, Bellevue, WA, 98004
Phone: 425-213-1963 Ext: 2
Seattle Address: 100 23rd Ave S Randolph Carter Family Center, Seattle, WA, 98144
Hours: M-F, 9am-4pm.
South Seattle Address: 1229 W Smith St, Kent, WA, 98032
Housing Search NW
A free resource to help you find a home in the state of Washington that fits your needs and budget.
YWCA of Seattle and King County
Offers housing crisis solutions. They offer referrals, financial aid for rental costs and case management to families facing eviction.
Address: 3800 S Myrtle St The Willows, Seattle
EMERGENCY SITUATIONS: 206-812-4940 (receiving a 10 day shut-off notice, 24 hour shut-off notice, or are currently disconnected from your heat provider).
Must live within Seattle City limits and meet income requirements.
Provides perishable and non-perishable food items to residents of Seattle; offers home food delivery to those who are homebound; occasionally provides pet food. Clients may visit the pantry once per week.
Address: 722 18th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98122
Food Pantry Hours: Tu, 11am-4pm (ZIP codes 98102, 98112 and 98122 only); W, noon-4pm; Th, 9am-1pm.
Must live within zip code limits (zip codes on webpage).
St. Vincent de Paul’s Helpline
City of Seattle Utility Discount Program
The Utility Discount Program helps income qualified Seattle City Light customers lower their electric bills by 60%.
Ballard Food Bank
If you live in the 98107, 98117, 98177, 98109, 98119 and 98199 zip codes, you can receive a basic level of emergency financial assistance for eviction notices, utility shut-offs, lost IDs or driver’s licenses. Financial assistance for rental eviction and utility shut-off only ONCE per calendar year.
Catholic Community Services- HEN (Housing and Essential Needs)
Rent and Utility Assistance
To qualify applicants must have a disability (physical and/or mental) AND have zero income (applicants cannot be receiving any other government cash assistance such as SSI, ABD, TANF, Unemployment, etc.).
Limited funds available to provide up to the last $100 to prevent evictions and utility shut offs for people residing in 98125, 98133, 98155 and 98177 zip codes
Salvation Army Emergency Financial Assistance
Emergency Shelter, Food & Nutrition Programs, Seasonal Services, Casework Services.
Kent Food Bank and Emergency Services
Money may be used in emergencies for paying Puget Sound gas and electric bills, eviction prevention (no move-in), and water bills.
Sound Outreach – Pierce County
Basic needs, Health Insurance Guidance, Housing, Financial Empowerment
Asian Counseling and Referral Services
Food pantry provides supplemental culturally specific Asian-Pacific emergency food as well as a hot meal once a week. Food Pantry Hours: W & F, 11:30am-1pm; tickets available at 9am. Hot meals: W, 10:30am for older adults and people with disabilities; F, 10:30am for general public.
Address: 919 S King St, Seattle, WA, 98104
Auburn Food Bank
Operates a food pantry for residents of Auburn School District; may visit twice per month. ID and proof of address required. Hours: M Tu Th F, 9am-1pm. 2nd W each month, 4:30pm-6:15pm.
Address: 930 18th Pl NE, Auburn, WA, 98002