Housing & Homelessness Prevention

Families Need A Safe And Stable Home To Grow And Thrive

Safety and stability starts at home.

 

  • Rapid Rehousing

  • Homelessness Diversion

  • One Time Assistance

  • Emergency Housing Resources

Housing

Find safe housing options.

If you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, we may be able to help.

We partner with mothers who are working to secure safe housing, particularly those who are victims of domestic violence, young moms, and homeless pregnant women.

Short-term assistance to help homeless pregnant women and their families is offered through our Rapid Rehousing program, if you live in Pierce County. To be considered for this program, you need to request a referral through Coordinated Entry. Call (253) 682-3401.

We also offer one-time assistance for pregnant women, who live in Pierce County and are at risk of becoming homeless, to help them secure stable housing.

 

Our housing program is limited.

If you need help securing safe housing, please contact your Step By Step case manager. Don't have a case manager yet? Call us at (253) 896-0903 for a referral.

 
 

Available housing options, include:

Housing support:

  • Rapid Rehousing

  • One Time Assistance