Rental assistance to low-income individuals is available two ways:
- Section 8 rental assistance vouchers. These vouchers can be used anywhere a landlord accepts Section 8 assistance.
- Location-based subsidized apartments.
Both types of rental assistance are provided under Housing & Urban Development. Click here to learn more about rental assistance, home ownership, and the location of your Public Housing Agency.
Down payment assistance for low-to-moderate income individuals with disabilities (or families which include individuals with disabilities) seeking to own a home. (Visit website)
Home Ownership Resource Center
The Washington Homeownership Resource Center (WHRC) offers resources for first-time homebuyers, current homeowners, and homeowners who may be facing foreclosure.
Low Income Energy Assistance Program
Help families keep their heat on, especially those that are most vulnerable, such as the elderly, the disabled and young children.
Housing Options: Renting
In this first of a three-part series, Alexa Atkins shares the process she went through in planning to move into her own apartment. The coordination of services and housing needs is important in developing a successful living arrangement.
Housing Options: Home Ownership
In this second segment of a three-part series, Shawma Hardeman (with PC2 Homeownership Program) talks abouth how individuals with developmental disabilities can become homeowners.
Housing Options: Innovative Housing Options
In this third and final segment of our housing series, Rose Finnegan, a founding member of Life Enrichment Options, details how families formed together in Issaquah to develop housing for their adult children (and other adults) with developmental disabilities.