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Housing Resource Directory

For more housing options in the Tri-Cities, see the Housing Directory

Emergency Housing and Shelters:


Name

Services:

Locations/ Number:

Hours:

Requirements:

Tri-Cities Union Gospel Mission

  • Overnight shelter
  • Shelter for men
  • Shelter for women/children

Men’s:
112 N 2nd Ave
Pasco, WA 99301
509-547-2112

Women’s:
110 N. 2nd Ave
Pasco, WA 99301
509-547-2112

Men’s:
Check in daily 8AM-7PM

Women’s:
Check in daily 1:30-3:30 PM

Must provide ID, 3 day stay maximum for those without ID’s

Therapeutic Innovations and Recovery

  • Day shelter
  • Case management
  • Washer/Dryer

2625 W. Buneau Pl # D
Kennewick, WA
509-222-1030

M-F, 6:30AM-3:30PM, Sat 8:30AM-12:30PM)

None

My Friend’s Place

  • Overnight shelter for teens

1111 N. Grant Place
Kennewick, WA
509-460-4994

Call to receive more information

Overnight shelter for teens ages 13-19

Domestic Violence Services

  • 24 hour crisis shelter for victims of domestic violence

2211 W. Clearwater Ave, Suite C-140
Kennewick, WA 99336
509-582-1277

Shelter is available 24 hours a day, call to receive more information

Involved in domestic violence and have an immediate threat of violence.

Coordinated Entry System:


Services:

Location:

Phone Number:

Hours:

  • Entry to Tri-Cities housing programs
  • Pre-screenings done by phone
  • Emergency Shelter Vouchers
  • Eviction prevention
  • Rapid Rehousing

500 N. Morain
Kennewick, WA 99336

509-737-3946

M, Tue, Thurs, Fri 8am-5pm. Closed: 12-1pm daily and on Wednesdays

Criteria:

How to Apply

 

 

*Depends on program, for a list of what to bring to appointment see Required Documentation

Call to do over the phone screenings. Eligibility will be determined and an appointment will be made.

 

 

Veteran Housing Options:


Name:

Services:

Contact Information:

Hours:

Accessing Services:

Supportive Services for Veterans and Families

  • Eviction prevention
  • Rapid re-housing
  • Other Supportive services for qualified households that can include:
    • Financial planning
    • Transportation assistance
    • Childcare assistance
    • Housing counseling
    • referrals

Catholic Family and Child Service
2139 Van Giesen Street
Richland, WA 99354
509-943-2590

M-F 8am-5pm

To be eligible, individual must be:

  • Low-income
  • Homeless or at immediate risk of becoming homeless
  • A discharged Veteran

Supportive Services for Veterans and Families (SSVF)

  • Eviction Prevention
  • Rapid Rehousing
  • Supportive services such as: childcare, transportation, case management, financial literacy

Blue Mountain Action Council
720 W Court Street, Suite 3
Contact: Jose Mendoza at 509-440-3229

M-F 9am-3pm

  • Homeless or in risk of homelessness Veteran
  • Low-income
  • Honorable discharge

HUD-VASH

  • Housing vouchers for homeless veterans

825 Jadwin Ave, Suite 250
Richland, WA
509-946-1020

M-F 8am-4:30pm

Homeless individuals who served in the US military with an honorable discharge. For more information, see the HUD-VASH Program brochure

Transitional Housing for Veterans

  • Transitional housing for homeless Veterans

Columbia Basin Veterans Coalition
1600 North 20th Avenue, Suite A
Pasco, WA 99301

M-F 9am-3pm

To qualify must be:

  • Honorably discharged
  • Clean and sober

Referrals are being done through Coordinated Entry System, for more information see Coordinated Entry System flyer and Required Documentation

Homes 4 Wounded Heroes

  • Mortgage free  homes to Veterans injured during combat

2511 N. Loop 1604., Suite 201
San Antonio, TX 78258
210-615-8973 ·
www.militarywarriors.org

N/A

Criteria:

  • Wounded veteran (purple heart given priority)
  • Gold Star Spouse
  • Wounds the result of combat or training during any American Conflict

To Apply:

  • Visit website to see current availabilities
  • Fill out and submit applications

Transitional Housing Programs:


Name:

Services:

Contact Information:

Hours:

Accessing Resource:

Elijah Family Homes

  • 3 year transitional housing
  • Case management

660 George Washington Way, Suite G
Richland, WA 99352
509-943-6610
elijahfamilyhomes.org/

Call to set up an intake appointment

  • Has specific Program Criteria
  • Applicant must agree to participate in monthly meeting and weekly recovery support meetings
  • To apply fill out application

Oxford Houses

  • Transitional housing for those in recovery

For a full list of locations, see the Oxford House Locations

 

Apply at each individual house

Housing Financial Assistance:


Name:

Services:

Contact Information:

Hours:

Accessing Services:

Salvation Army

Limited financial assistance for eviction prevention and utility shut off prevention- when funds are available

310 N 4th Ave
Pasco, WA 99301
509-547-2138

Wednesdays: 9-11AM, call to make an appointment

  • Have an eviction notice 
  • At or below 125% poverty income level with total household income 25% higher than rent.

Must have income coming into the household.

St. Vincent de Paul- Richland

Limited financial assistance for eviction prevention and utility shut off prevention

1111 Stevens Dr
Richland, WA 99352
509-946-1325

M-F 8am-5pm

Resident of Richland, West Richland, or Benton City. Must do a phone screening and in-person screening to determine need. $150/year limit

St. Vincent de Paul- Pasco

Limited financial assistance for eviction prevention and utility shut off prevention

215 S 6th Ave
Pasco, WA 99301
509-544-9315

Wednesdays 11am-4pm

  • Resident of Franklin County
  • Show demonstrated need

$150 – one time assistance

St. Vincent Center

1-time assistance in either: financial, furniture, or clothing

1401 W Kennewick Ave
Kennewick, WA 99336
509-586-1053

M-Sat 9am-6pm,
Sun 11am-5pm

Limited to 1-time assistance in clothing, furniture, food, or utility assistance.
Serves everyone in Benton and Franklin Counties

Bethel Church

Benevolence fund for struggling families

600 Shockley Road
Richland, WA 99352
509-628-1247- call this automated message for additional information

5:30-6:30 – make sure to arrive early since only 12 interviews will be given per night

For more information on accessing resource, see the Bethel Church Rental Assistance

Columbia Community Church

Benevolence fund for struggling families

150 Gage Boulevard
Richland, WA 99352
509-627-2055
http://www.familyfaith.com/

Wednesdays 12-2, make sure to arrive by 12

Bring photo ID and recent financial statements

DSHS Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Cash assistance for very low-income families

1120 N. Edison St.
Kennewick, WA 99336
1-877-501-2233

M-F 8am-5pm

For more information on accessing service, see the TANF document

Veterans Relief Fund

Cash assistance for Veterans

Benton/Franklin Department of Human Services
7102 W. Okanogan Place, Suite 201
Kennewick, WA 99336
509-783-5284

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday — 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Closed 12:00pm - 1:00 pm
Wednesday — Closed

Proof of honorable discharge, proof of family size, proof of income coming in, proof of financial need.

Veteran Innovations Program (VIP)

Tailored Financial Assistance for Struggling Veterans. For more information on the program, see the Veterans Innovations Program document.

For more information contact WDVA at:
1-800-562-2308 or Email wdvavip@dva.wa.gov
www.dva.wa.gov/Vet_Inn_Pro.html

Work source hours: M-F 8am-5pm

  • Fill out Application
  • Gather supporting documents
  • Return application and documents to Veterans representatives at local work source office. 

Utility Assistance:


Name:

Services:

Contact Information:

Hours:

Accessing Services:

LIHEAP Energy Assistance

Energy assistance

Community Action Connections (CAC)
720 W. Court St, upstairs
Pasco, WA 99301
509-545-4042

M-F 8-11:30am, 1-4:30pm.
Registration opens November 1st of each year. On a first come first serve basis

Income requirements

Salvation Army

utility bill assistance

310 North 4th
Pasco, WA 99301
509-547-2138

Wednesday 9-11am
*call to make an appointment

125% FPL,  must have past due electrical bill

St. Vincent de Paul

Limited assistance for families facing utility shut-off

215 S 6th Ave
Pasco, WA 99301                                         509-544-9315                   

Wednesdays: 11AM – 4PM

Open to low-income residents of Franklin County

Bethel Church Benevolence

Shut off prevention

600 Shockley Rd,
Richland WA 99352
509-628-1247

5:30-6:30 – show up early

For more information on accessing services, see the Bethel Church Assistance.

Helping Hands

Utility Disconnect prevention

720 W. Court St- upstairs
Pasco, WA 99301
509-545-4042

M-F 8-11:30am, 1-4:30pm

For more information on accessing services, see the CAC Helping Hands document

Franklin PUD

Low income utility assistance for seniors and disabled individuals

1411 W Clark St
PO Box 2407
Pasco, WA 99301
www.franklinpud.com

M-F 8am-5pm

For more information, see the Requirements document. If qualified, Fill out Applications:

Benton PUD

Low income utility assistance for seniors and disabled individuals

Kennewick:
2721 W. 10th Avenue
PO Box 6270
Kennewick, WA 99336
509-582-2175
Prosser:
250 N. Gap Road
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1841
www.bentonpud.org

M-F 8:30am-5pm

For more information, see the Requirements document. If qualified, fill out application:

City of Richland

Low income utility assistance for seniors and disabled individuals

505 Swift Blvd
Richland, WA 99352
(509) 942-1104

M-F 8:30am-5pm

To apply for services, fill out and return the Discount Application

Home Safety and Improvement:


Name:

Services:

Contact Information:

Hours:

Accessing Resource:

Volunteer Chore Services

Home improvement projects for seniors and disabled adults

Catholic Family and Child Service
2139 Van Giesen Street
Richland, WA 99354
509-946-4645

M-F 8am-5pm

To qualify one must be:

  • Low income
  • 60+
  • 18+ with a disability

Community Action Committee Weatherization Program

Weatherization for low-income families

720 W. Court Street
Pasco, WA 99301
509-545-4042

M-F 8-11:30am, and 1-4:30pm

Program available to Low-income homeowners and renters regardless of heating source.

Home Instead Senior Care Office

Free home safety checks for seniors

7401 West Hood PL. 208
Kennewick, WA 99336
509-591-0019

Call to make an appointment

This free service is available for seniors who are interested in staying within their own home.

Single Family Homeowner Rehabilitation Program

Loans to:

  • Improve the livability of homes
  • bring homes up to code
  • Increase energy efficiency

City of Richland
505 Swift Blvd
Richland, WA 99352
509-942-7580

M-F 8am-5pm

  • 20,00 maximum loan
  • Must be below 80% of median income

For more information and application packet, see the City of Richland Home Improvement Loan.