Housing

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Berkey House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Who is eligible

Not open for direct application.

How to apply

The Berkey House is a program operated in partnership with other non-profit agencies and is not open for direct application.

Amenities
  • ‚Äč31 furnished units
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Walking distance from shopping and community college
  • Community living environment (shared kitchen and bath facilities)
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

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Bruksos House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is eligible

Individuals committed to clean and sober living with no history of arson may apply. All placement is done on a first come, first serve basis.

How to apply

To apply for Seattle transitional housing, please fill out the application form below and mail, fax or bring the form to the office.

Pioneer Transitional Housing
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
FAX: 206-624-0118
Complete application form

Amenities
  • 45 furnished units
  • All units have private kitchenettes
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Parking spaces rented on monthly basis
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Walking distance to shopping, downtown Seattle and community college
  • On bus line

Note: Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.)

Singles and couples accepted
Please call for pricing
One-time processing fee upon intake: $70 *

* The first-month service fee plus the $70 process fee are due in full upon intake.  If intake falls after the 6th of the month, the service fee will be pro-rated from day of  intake through the end of the month.  

** The $70 process fee is a one-time charge required of all residents. The fee is non-refundable and will not be pro-rated.

 

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Chamberlain House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is eligible

The Chamberlain House is not open for direct application.

How to apply

The Chamberlain House is a program operated in partnership with other non-profit agencies and is not open for direct application.

Pioneer Transitional Housing
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
FAX: 206-624-0118

Amenities
  • 40 furnished units
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Community living environment (shared kitchen and bath facilities)
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Walking distance to shopping, downtown Seattle and community college.
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

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Dalton House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is eligible

Individuals committed to clean and sober living with no history of arson may apply. All placement is done on a first come, first serve basis.

How to apply

To apply for Seattle transitional housing, please fill out the application form below and mail, fax or bring the form to the office.

Pioneer Transitional Housing
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
FAX: 206-624-0118
application form

Amenities
  • 27 furnished units
  • All units have private kitchenettes
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Walking distance to shopping,  community center and park
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

Singles accepted
Please call for pricing
One-time processing fee upon intake: $70*

* The first-month service fee plus the $70 process fee are due in full upon intake.  If intake falls after the 6th of the month, the service fee will be pro-rated from day of  intake through the end of the month.

** The $70 process fee is a one-time charge required of all residents. The fee is non-refundable and will not be pro-rated.

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Exley Apartments

Contact:
Program Facilitator
311 S. 9th Street
Tacoma, WA 98402
Who is eligible

Individuals committed to clean and sober living with no sex offenses or history of arson may apply.

How to apply

To check availability at our Tacoma transitional housing programs, please contact the Tacoma housing office at (253) 272-5486. To apply for Tacoma transitional housing, interested applicants must attend an orientation which is held every Tuesday at 11am and Thursday at 3pm in the Rialto Apartments meeting room at the Tacoma address listed below. Applications can be filled out at the orientation.

Please note, we do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

Application options

If you are currently incarcerated or in a treatment program and cannot attend orientation, please fill out the application here and submit it by mail or fax to the following:

Program Facilitator
Rialto Apartments
311 S. 9th Street, #100
Tacoma, WA  98402
Fax: 253-383-2097

Amenities
  • Families welcome
  • 12 unfurnished units
  • All units are one-bedroom with private kitchen and bathroom
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Walking distance to shopping
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

Please call for pricing
One-time processing fee upon intake: $70*

* The first-month service fee plus the $70 process fee are due in full upon intake.  If intake falls after the 6th of the month, the service fee will be pro-rated from day of  intake through the end of the month.

** The $70 process fee is a one-time charge required of all residents. It is non-refundable and will not be pro-rated.

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Heath Hall

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is eligible

Individuals committed to clean and sober living with no history of arson may apply. All placement is done on a first come, first serve basis.

How to apply

To apply for Seattle transitional housing, please fill out the application form below and mail, fax or bring the form to the office.

Pioneer Transitional Housing
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
FAX: 206-624-0118
application form

 

Amenities
  • 16 furnished units
  • Two units share one kitchen and bathroom
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Free off-street parking available
  • Walking distance to shopping
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

Singles and couples accepted
Please call for pricing
One-time processing fee upon intake: $70*

* The first-month service fee plus the $70 process fee are due in full upon intake.  If intake falls after the 6th of the month, the service fee will be pro-rated from day of  intake through the end of the month.

** The $70 process fee is a one-time charge required of all residents. The fee is non-refundable and will not be pro-rated.

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Maxwell House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is eligible

Individuals committed to clean and sober living with no history of arson may apply. All placement is done on a first come, first serve basis.

How to apply

To apply for Seattle transitional housing, please fill out the application form below and mail, fax or bring the form to the office.

Pioneer Transitional Housing
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
FAX: 206-624-0118
application form

Amenities
  • 12 furnished units
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities included in monthly fee
  • Community living environment (shared kitchen and bath facilities)
  • Free street parking
  • Walking distance from shopping and community center
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

Singles and couples accepted
Please call for pricing
One-time processing fee upon intake: $70 *

* The first-month service fee plus the $70 process fee are due in full upon intake. If intake falls after the 6th of the month, the service fee will be pro-rated from day of intake through the end of the month.

** The $70 process fee is a one-time charge required of all residents. The fee is non-refundable and will not be pro-rated.

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Phoenix House

Contact:
Kim Deuser
Program Manager
703 E. Hartson
Spokane, WA 99202
Who is eligible

To qualify for Phoenix House, the following is required:

  • Personal income to cover monthly service fee
  • Active with Title 19 Medicaid
  • Resident has a mental health care provider employed by the Spokane County Regional Behavioral Health Organization and is participating in an ongoing mental health treatment
  • Individual does not have disqualifying convictions such as arson, sex offenses, or violence against vulnerable adults/children
How to apply

All individuals interested in living at the Phoenix House need to complete a referral form initiated by a case manager in order to process the application. The completed Phoenix House referral form then needs to be faxed to (509) 232-7085.

About Phoenix House

The Phoenix House is a transitional housing program that provides low-cost housing for adults with mental health issues (adults with children allowed). The program offers housing for up to six months, giving individuals ample time to look for permanent housing.

Residents of the Phoenix House adhere to a program that is a service agreement, not a lease. Spokane County owns and sponsors the Phoenix House and Pioneer Human Services manages the program.

The Phoenix House is a weapons and drug-free facility, and marijuana is not allowed.

Spokane County provides low rent in accordance with the following:
  • Individuals must be actively looking for permanent housing
  • Maximum stay is six months but we ask that residents work with their case manager to find housing as soon as s/he is able
  • Phoenix House staff has open communication with a resident's primary care provider(s) and weekly room inspections
  • Residents can earn a positive rental reference by timely service fee payments, neighborly conduct and following Phoenix House community rules
Amenities
  • Secured access building with 24/7 staff on duty
  • 40 Units that include 38 studios and two 1-bedroom apartments
  • Rooms include stoves, refrigerators, beds, private bathrooms
  • Units are children friendly
  • TV Room with cable and phone service
  • Coin operated washer & dryer on each floor
  • Free parking and an outdoor picnic area

The monthly service fee is $250.00. There are no other fees. 

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Pioneer Transition House

Contact:
Joseph Nagel
Pioneer Transition House
1011 Digby Road
Mount Vernon, WA 98274
Who is eligible
  • Individuals must be homeless at entry
  • Exiting jail, hospitals, crisis centers, or inpatient treatment facilities
  • 18 years or older male or female
  • Past history of residency in Skagit County
  • Required to pay a service fee of 30% of their income, or zero with no income
  • Residents must be committed to compliance with case management and individual case management plans for more permanent housing
  • Sobriety needs to be supported and resident must agree to monitoring through urinalysis and breathalyzers
How to apply

Complete a Pioneer Transition House referral form and submit to Joe Nagel by fax at 360-336-0117.

* All referents will be notified via email about pending openings within the program. Referrals need to include in fax:

  • Resident info sheet
  • Referral doc (2 pages)
  • Copy of ID
  • Verification of homelessness
  • Verification of income
About Pioneer Transition House

Pioneer Transition House is an eight-bed transitional housing program that is co-ed. Four of the eight residents need to have documented mental health diagnosis and four need a documented substance use disorder diagnosis. Housing is approved on a month-to-month basis with a maximum stay of six months.

The housing program provides supportive services through intensive case management that is holistic in its approach. We also pride ourselves in connecting providers and community partners in a common place for a common goal, in support of our residents in transition to more permanent housing.

Carl, a past resident stated, “I was a chronic alcoholic for many years and my only goal was to die. Pioneer Transition House gave me a safe environment to deal with all my problems and addiction issues. The staff there cared about me and ensured that I get the counseling and treatment I needed. They really listened when I told them about my struggles. I got used to living around other people again in a community environment, and the pressures of every day life were brought on at a more manageable level. Currently, I am successfully living on my own in an apartment. On December 15, 2015 I will be celebrating three years of sobriety – thanks to all the staff at the Transition House!”

Services Provided
  • One meal will be available daily and all residents will be offered an opportunity to participate in therapeutic preparation of community meals for the house.
  • Once a resident is stabilized and routines are developed, we identify more permanent housing and extend our case management services up to six months after discharge.
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Rialto Apartments

Contact:
Program Facilitator
Rialto Apartments
311 S. 9th Street, #100
Tacoma, WA 98402
Who is eligible

Individuals committed to clean and sober living with no sex offenses or history of arson may apply.

How to apply

To check availability at our Tacoma transitional housing programs, please contact the Tacoma housing office at (253) 272-5486. To apply for Tacoma transitional housing, interested applicants must attend an orientation which is held every Tuesday at 11am and Thursday at 3pm in the Rialto Apartments meeting room at the Tacoma address listed below. Applications can be filled out at the orientation.

Please note, we do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

Application options

If you are currently incarcerated or in a treatment program and cannot attend orientation, please fill out the application form and submit it by mail or fax to the following:

Program Facilitator
Rialto Apartments
311 S. 9th Street, #100
Tacoma, WA 98402
Fax: 253-383-2097

Amenities
  • Families welcome
  • 29 standard studios
  • 12 one-bedrooms
  • 5 studios with alcoves
  • 5 efficiency studios with kitchenettes
  • 1 two bedroom
  • All units have private kitchen and bathroom
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Walking distance to shopping
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

Studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedrooms available
Please call for pricing
One-time processing fee upon intake: $70*

* The first-month service fee plus the $70 process fee are due in full upon intake.  If intake falls after the 6th of the month, the service fee will be pro-rated from day of  intake through the end of the month.

** The $70 process fee is a one-time charge required of all residents. It is non-refundable and will not be pro-rated.

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St. Helens Apartments

Contact:
Program Facilitator
311 S. 9th Street
Tacoma, WA 98402
Who is eligible

Individuals committed to clean and sober living with no sex offenses or history of arson may apply.

How to apply

To check availability at our Tacoma transitional housing programs, please contact the Tacoma housing office at (253) 272-5486. To apply for Tacoma transitional housing, interested applicants must attend an orientation which is held every Tuesday at 11am and Thursday at 3pm in the Rialto Apartments meeting room at the Tacoma address listed below. Applications can be filled out at the orientation.

Please note, we do not accept reusable tenant screening reports.

Application options

If you are currently incarcerated or in a treatment program and cannot attend orientation, please fill out the application form and submit it by mail or fax to the following:

Program Facilitator
Rialto Apartments
311 S. 9th Street, #100
Tacoma, WA 98402
Fax: 253-383-2097

Amenities
  • Families welcome
  • All units are unfurnished
  • 10 Studios
  • 3 one-bedroom
  • 1 two-bedroom
  • All units have private kitchen and bathroom
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Walking distance to shopping
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.)

Studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedrooms available
Please call for pricing
One-time processing fee upon intake: $70*

* The first-month service fee plus the $70 process fee are due in full upon intake.  If intake falls after the 6th of the month, the service fee will be pro-rated from day of  intake through the end of the month.

** The $70 process fee is a one-time charge required of all residents. It is non-refundable and will not be pro-rated.

Neighborhood:
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Stewart House

Contact:
Housing Placement Coordinator
Pioneer Transitional Housing Office
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone:
Who is eligible

Individuals committed to clean and sober living with no history of arson may apply. All placement is done on a first come, first serve basis.

How to apply

To apply for Seattle transitional housing, please fill out the application form below and mail, fax or bring the form to the office.

Pioneer Transitional Housing
1108 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
FAX: 206-624-0118
application form

 

Amenities
  • 31 furnished units
  • All units have private kitchenettes
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Utilities and basic cable included in monthly fee
  • Paid parking spaces available to rent on monthly basis
  • Walking distance to shopping, downtown Seattle and community college
  • On bus line

Note:  Residents must provide their own linens (bedding, sheets, towels, etc.) 

Singles and couples accepted
Please call for pricing
One-time processing fee upon intake: $70 *

* The first-month service fee plus the $70 process fee are due in full upon intake.  If intake falls after the 6th of the month, the service fee will be pro-rated from day of  intake through the end of the month.  

** The $70 process fee is a one-time charge required of all residents. The fee is non-refundable and will not be pro-rated.

Neighborhood:
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