Housing & Shelter
Everyone deserves to have a safe place to sleep at night. We promote shelter and stability by providing quality resources and referrals, mediating between landlords and tenants, and housing women and children in a continuum of care.
Our Housing programs include a wide variety of services to fit your needs. If you are unsure if you qualify, call 2-1-1 to explore your options.
During winter, we offer Cold Weather Shelters from Nov 1-March 15, when temperatures are forecasted to be 34° or below. Check back on Nov 1 for more information.
Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions about our programs!
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Stay safe! Learn how to protect yourself from scams here.
Coordinated Entry is a process for individuals and families in Snohomish County who are experiencing or at imminent risk of homelessness to access homelessness prevention services and resources. Applicants will be screened for eligibility, prioritization, and program matching for a more efficient and effective system to access appropriate programs.
To find out if you qualify for Coordinated Entry, dial 2-1-1 Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm and connect with a Referral Specialist.
Rapid Rehousing (“RRH”) is offered on a limited basis in coordination with Snohomish County and is subject to available funding. RRH provides short-term rental assistance to help people obtain housing quickly, increase self-sufficiency, and stay housed. Resources and services provided are typically tailored to the needs of the individual.
Увага, важлива інформація
Ми раді вітати та запрошувати наших українських друзів у Центр Карла Гіпсона щоп’ятниці з 11:30 до 14:00.
Відвідувачі програми розселення та підтримки біженців з України
Із запитаннями щодо програми звертайтеся за телефоном
425-748-8779 (залиште повідомлення) або електронною поштою firstname.lastname@example.org
Зверніть увагу: наша програма обслуговує лише жителів округу Снохоміш
Центр Карла Гіпсона
3025 Lombard Ave
Еверетт, штат Вашингтон 98201
Refugee Resettlement & Stabilization
A welcome center and resources for refugees of Afghanistan and Ukraine seeking safety are available. VOA assists with housing, employment, spiritual care, culturally appropriate food and fellowship, and plans for meaningful integration in the community.
Important Notice: Protect Yourself from Scams
At Volunteers of America Western Washington, we prioritize your safety and security. In order to protect yourself from potential scams that may falsely use our name or services, please be aware of the following:
Volunteers of America Western Washington does not offer loans, or any financial advice or assistance including direct payments or offers of payments for a fee. We never require payment as a condition of our services. If you come across any communication claiming otherwise, use caution and do not engage.
Scammers often use deceptive tactics to exploit vulnerable individuals. If you receive unsolicited offers, requests for payment, or any communication that seems suspicious, exercise caution. Never share personal or financial information with anyone you don’t know personally.
If you believe you have been targeted by a scam or fraudulent activities using the Volunteers of America Western Washington name, we strongly encourage you to report it. You can contact your local law enforcement authorities or reach out to the Washington State Attorney General's office.
At any time you wish to verify the legitimacy of any communication that appears to come from Volunteers of America Western Washington, we welcome you to get in touch. Our legitimate contact information is at the bottom of this web page.
Your peace of mind is important to us, and we are committed to serving our community with trust. Remember to stay vigilant and informed, so you can defend against scams, deception, and fraud.
ERPP Concluded as of 6/30/2023
Dear Community Members,
We write to you today with an important update regarding the Eviction Resolution Pilot Program (ERPP). Since its inception, ERPP has been instrumental in serving the community and fostering important resolutions. We appreciate the unwavering commitment from each participant in making this program a success.
Please be informed that as of June 30, 2023, the ERPP has officially concluded.
While this signifies the end of one successful chapter, it does not mean an end to our mission. We remain committed to providing continuous support to those who need it most and encourage everyone to explore the variety of other options that are available.
To aid your transition, we have compiled a comprehensive flyer detailing other programs and services that will be available to you. To access this flyer and learn more about the exciting opportunities that lie ahead, click the Resources Flyer button below.
Our dedicated team is always available to assist you with any questions or to provide further information. Please feel free to reach out to us via our RHMS Portal at any time.