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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 our transitional shelter program, Maud's House.


Snohomish County Emergency Rental Assistance Program is CLOSED

The Emergency Rental Assistance Program has limited funds, and assistance cannot be guaranteed. Given the limited resources available, Snohomish County has stopped accepting new applications. We will re-open if additional funds become available.

  • If you have already applied, you will be contacted by a provider to process your application.

  • For Youth and young adults, aged 24 and under, please contact Cocoon House at 425-426-5002 or

North Sound 2-1-1

North Sound 2-1-1 is the most comprehensive source of programs and services in our region. Rent assistance, job training, food, shelter, and support groups — these are just some of the hundreds of social services and health and wellness programs that 211 can help you access.

When you call, our Information and Referral Specialists access a special database to find the right resources for the need. This database is constantly edited and improved, ensuring that we have the most comprehensive information on local services and resources.

Need Help?

Information and Referral Specialists are available Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm.

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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.



VOAWW operates Maud’s House, a transitional shelter for women and their children who are experiencing homelessness and recovering from trauma related to domestic abuse, substance use disorder, or other long-term vulnerabilities.

Acceptance is based on availability and urgency. To learn more or to explore options for referral to Maud’s House, call 2-1-1 Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm and connect with a Referral Specialist.



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.

Shelters are available in East Snohomish County from November 1 to March 15 when temperatures are forecast to reach 34º or colder. Transportation is provided from designated points in Sultan and Monroe.

Cold Weather


Увага, важлива інформація

Ми раді вітати та запрошувати наших українських друзів у Центр Карла Гіпсона щоп’ятниці з 11:30 до 14:00. Звертаємо вашу увагу, що у п’ятницю, 13 січня, Центр не працюватиме у зв’язку з державним святом – Днем Мартіна Лютера Кінга.



Відвідувачі програми розселення та підтримки біженців з України

Із запитаннями щодо програми звертайтеся за телефоном 425-748-8779 (залиште повідомлення) або електронною поштою

Зверніть увагу: наша програма обслуговує лише жителів округу Снохоміш

Адреса центру:

Центр Карла Гіпсона
3025 Lombard Ave
Еверетт, штат Вашингтон 98201

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Клас сертифікації орендаря

Бути визначеним

Кожної п'ятниці

Резюме Майстерня

11:30 ранку в

Carl Gipson Center






року у нашому центрі не видаватимуть товари домашнього вжитку та одя

Ярмарок вакансій


21.4.2023 ЗАЧИНЕНО

Eid al-Fitr

Ukraine News


For Snohomish County, please review new Standing Order signed on June 15, 2022.


Potential evictions for unpaid rent from March 1, 2020 until the present are now subject to the Eviction Resolution Pilot Program (ERPP). Landlords must engage the ERPP process before an eviction for unpaid rent may proceed to court.

Visit the Dispute Resolution Center page to get information about the program based on the counties we serve.

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