212 S Alder St Moses Lake, WA 98837 (509) 766-5875
Offers financial assistance with food, gas/propane, late rent, late water bill, late P.U.D (electric) bill, gas vouchers, and motel vouchers.
Offers prescription voucher for Moses Lake Community Health Center patients.
Must not have received assistance within the last 12 months.
270 9th NE St East Wenatchee, WA 98802 (509) 665-3715
Provides financial assistance with food, toiletries, rent, and gas funds for job search/work to low income farmworkers.
Assists with job training, employability development assistance, and other related assistance that support a farmworker and his/her family at addressing an urgent needs.
Must be a disadvantaged seasonal agricultural worker or dependent of an agricultural worker in the last 24 months.
Must be legally authorized to work in the US.
Provides affordable and transitional housing with case management (2 years only), in the Wenatchee and East Wenatchee area.
Provides rent subsidies with case management through the Tenant Based Rental Assistance program, Homeless Prevention, and Rapid Re-housing program.
- Crescent Village: 18 units of transitional housing and support services to help individuals and families gain self-sufficiency.
- Sunset Ridge: 8 units of transitional housing and support services to help individuals and families gain self-sufficiency. Please add at the end of the current sentence- 24 units of permanent affordable housing.
Must be homeless or at risk of homelessness and meet income eligibility guidelines. Must be case managed by social program and demonstrate that you are working toward self sufficiency.
14 N Mission St Wenatchee, WA 98801 (509) 663-7446
Helps individuals and families who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, find stable housing.
Chelan and Douglas counties have several offices staffed by Housing Specialists who can help assess needs and connect to housing and housing support services best suited to the situation.
Depending on the needs, this could include rental assistance, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, or short-term emergency shelter.
Individuals and families experiencing homelessness or at risk of being homeless.
The eligibility for specific programs may vary depending on the specific program qualifications of each agency.
Provides a confidential intake/assessment that determines the needs of families and individuals, to then provide necessary services or connect them to agencies than can assist with their needs.
Services may include emergency shelter or stipends to assist with rent, utilities, gas, car repairs,local transit buss passes, long distance bus tickets, medical care, clothing, and more.
Also provides personal hygiene items, diapers, pet food, warm winter coats, and other essentials.
Over 18 and connected with the greater Chelan Valley.
507 N Nanum St Ellensburg, WA 98926 (509) 933-2932
Provides connection to resources, assistance in accessing resources, and minor counseling services.
- Assistance with disability claims
- Pension claims
- Aid and attendance claims
- Death benefits
- Emergency funding: veterans relief fund used for rent, utilities, food, gas voucher for job, etc.
- Provides resources on other organizations
- Minor individual counseling: certified counselor provides general individual counseling.
- Professional counseling
- DD-214 retrieval
Provides a one-stop resource of local services, employment opportunities, housing, counseling, and mentoring for veterans.
Also offers assistance with obtaining earned benefits (Benton County residents only).
Helps to establish and/or maintain stable and affordable housing for those clients receiving Medical Care Services (MCS).
Funding allows the client to receive rent and utility assistance for the duration of eligibility as determined by the DSHS.
A client may receive essential needs, and eligibility is based upon receiving medical assistance through DSHS, as verified by BVS and is based on need.
Essential Needs will be goods only, no cash or vouchers will be provided. Accept referrals from DSHS, or walk-in with Medical Care Services (MCS) documentation.
Applicants must be deemed eligible through the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), must qualify as homeless or at-risk of homelessness and meet income guidelines set by DSHS.
Applicants can not be receiving cash from any other government program (SSI, SSDI, ABD, TANF, unemployment, etc.).
Criteria to qualify as a being at substantial risk of homelessness may include having:
- Eviction notice
- Utility shut-off notice
- Certification of potential eviction
- Certification of rental obligation