Housing

Habitat for Humanity

Phone Number: 
+1 (425) 354-3343
Resource Address: 
Habitat for Humanity
2302 Broadway,
Everett, WA 98201

Compass Health

Phone Number: 
+1 (425) 349-6800
Resource Address: 
Compass Health
1509 California Street
Everett, WA 98201

Cocoon House

Phone Number: 
+1 (425) 259-6042
Resource Address: 
Cocoon House
2726 Cedar St,
Everett, WA 98201

The ARC

Phone Number: 
+1 (425) 258-2459
Resource Address: 
The ARC
2500 Hewitt Avenue, Suite 300
Everett, WA 98201

American Red Cross

Phone Number: 
+1 (425) 252-4103
Resource Address: 
American Red Cross
2530 Lombard Ave,
Everett, WA 98201

Acres of Diamonds

Phone Number: 
+1 (425) 788-9999
Resource Address: 
Acres of Diamonds
26326 NE Kennedy Dr
Duvall, WA 98019

Acres offers Hope to women and children who find the courage to try and change their destiny.

Dispute Resolution Center

Phone Number: 
+1 (425) 339-1335
Resource Address: 
Dispute Resolution Center
2802 Broadway
Everett, WA 98201

Dispute Resolution Services

The Volunteers of America Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) is an alternative justice center with extensive experience as a mediation and training program. The DRC was founded by the Volunteers of America in 1982 as the Rental Housing Mediation Service and serves as the Fair Housing Counselor for Snohomish County. In 1986 it became the first dispute resolution center in the State of Washington pursuant to state legislation RCW 7.75.

SERVICES: 
The DRC provides a wide range of professional and affordable conflict resolution services that include: Fair Housing and Landlord/Tenant Services, Mediation, Small Claims Court Mediation, Workplace Consultation, and a variety of training programs. Please browse our service offerings which are in the black box above. To shop our DRC Training Tools, please click below.

Resource Type: 

Tenants Union

Phone Number: 
+1 (425) 339-1335
Resource Address: 
Tenants Union
5425 Rainier Ave S
Seattle, WA 98118

The Tenants Union builds power in the movement for tenants’ rights and housing justice.

Become a member of the Tenants Union

Membership dues at the Tenants Union are on a sliding scale based on income, but we encourage you to give the amount that is meaningful to you and to give generously to keep the TU going strong! The general guideline for membership dues is $1 for every $1,000 of annual household income. For example, if your household makes $20,000 a year, the annual membership dues would be $20.

Access to housing, affordability, safe and healthy living conditions, eviction prevention and the power to assert our rights are only the beginning. Tenants need information about their rights and how to use them, stronger protections, and meaningful ways to enforce the law. With a proud 35-year history of work for housing justice through education and organizing, the TU is uniquely well-suited to respond to the challenges renters face in Washington State. Members are the heart and strength of the TU’s work. Join today!

Tenants Union Members:

  • Build power in numbers and a movement for tenants’ rights across the state
  • Grow the organization and our collective ability to do effective work
  • Secure the TU’s long-term stability
  • Strengthen TU’s influence with policy makers
  • Shape the direction of the work based on the most emergent issues impacting Washington State renters

 

Join the TU online or by calling the Membership & Development Coordinator at (206) 722-6848 × 102.

All donations to the Tenants Union are tax deductible. The Tenants Union of Washington State is a 501c(3) non-profit organization, Tax ID # 91-0967863.

Resource Type: 

Washington Women in Need

Phone Number: 
+1 (425) 451-8838
Resource Address: 
Washington Women in Need
232 5th Ave S #201,
Kirkland, WA 98033

Mission: To provide health and education grants to low-income women in Washington to help them improve their lives