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There are many ways for helping us change the lives of people with I/DD and their families. You can make donations, sponsor an event or program, volunteer or even donate your talent supporting a specific project.
These resources are for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities:
• Experiencing housing instability or homelessness
• Considering alternative housing options
• Seeking information on housing laws, rights and regulations.
Are you enrolled in the Developmental Disability Administration?
Please contact your case manager, or if you do not have a case manager please call Katherine Festa at (206) 263-9053 regarding section 8 vouchers.
Read about creative housing solutions which have worked for other individuals and families to determine if any of these options could work for you.
Community Homes provides community-based living for adults with developmental disabilities. Their primary model is adult family homes in east King County, Washington. They offer supportive living environments ensuring healthy life choices and community participation for adults with developmental disabilities.
Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County is a community based low-income housing developer. Habitat builds houses affordably, using primarily volunteer labor, and sells them at cost, with no profit and no interest to working families in Seattle and King County.
The KCDDD is responsible for providing employment and day program services. The KCDDD currently provides the following services: Early Intervention/birth-to-three, employment, community access, housing, in-home family counseling, social and recreational activities, information and assistance, advocacy, homelessness projects, and program development/technical assistance.
The Home Ownership Program consists of the following services: Down Payment Assistance and Housing Counseling for families and individuals covered by the American Disability Act; Home Buyer Education, Reverse Mortgage Counseling, and Mortgage Delinquency & Default are available to everyone.
The mission of the Renton Housing Authority is to provide decent, quality, affordable housing in a safe environment to people with low incomes who make Renton their home. Through partnerships with our clients, service providers and other groups, we will responsibly increase and enhance our housing programs while providing opportunities for those we serve to become self-sufficient.
Seattle Housing Authority provides long-term rental housing and rental assistance to more than 26,000 people with low incomes. They provide links to agencies in Seattle for emergency assistance, shelters, transitional housing, low income housing rentals and low income home ownership programs.
Emergency & transitional resources, tenant advice, housing stability & long-term housing support.
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