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In response to social distancing requirements Hopelink Centers are closed to the public but still providing service remotely and food in pre-packed boxes. Call 425.869.6000 or your local Center for more information.
Hopelink can help pay your rent during a time of financial need. If you are experiencing a short-term financial crisis due to unexpected expenses – such as medical bills, auto repair or loss of income – Hopelink may be able to help you pay one month’s rent so that you are able to stay in your home.
In addition to preventing eviction, Hopelink’s Financial Assistance program may be able to help with move-in costs.
When a family is in danger of losing its home in a crisis, Hopelink offers a program that can help to provide a portion of the funds needed to prevent eviction. Preventing homelessness costs at least five times less than helping a family regain stable housing after it is lost. Please contact the closest Hopelink emergency service center to find out more about this service and how Hopelink may be able to assist. Contact your nearest Hopelink emergency service center.
When a low-income family is establishing a new home - often for the first time - Hopelink offers a program that can help to pay a portion of the high costs of settling into a new apartment. This kind of assistance can make the difference for a family on the verge of self-sufficiency. To learn more, please contact the closest Hopelink emergency service center. Contact your nearest Hopelink emergency service center.
Limited funds also are available to help cover other costs, such as prescriptions or to help keep your water or sewer services running.
If you have received an eviction notice, please contact your nearest Hopelink center directly to see if you’re eligible.
If you have secured housing and need help with paying your first month’s rent, please contact your nearest Hopelink center directly to see if you’re eligible.