If you have to move, the following agencies may be able to help you find low-cost housing, tenant friendly landlords, or rental assistance.
Rent assistance, job training, counseling, emergency food baskets, and many other services are available. For rent assistance call on Monday morning at 9:00 am. It is first come, first served.
St. Vincent de Paul, Vancouver
Rental assistance, food bank, clothing and other services are available. Client must live in the Greater Vancouver area. Rental assistance for tenants with an eviction notice or families with children.
448-2121 ext. 305
Rental assistance: This must be your last resort. You must exhaust all other resources. Referrals can be made from the Housing Justice Project.
Transitional housing: Housing for up to two years with case management and support services. You must be referred by a counselor or social service agency.
Community Services Northwest
317 E. 39th Street
Drop in services for individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Housing case managers available and supported housing opportunities. Open every Tuesday from 1:00 - 2:30 pm.
Tenant Education Program of Clark County
A six week rental education program designed to help you be a successful renter and overcome barriers such as no rental history, eviction, and bad credit. Call for application.
Second Steps Housing
Transitional housing for women and families. Not emergency housing. Applicants must be homeless and able to pay low rents. Call for application
Veteran's Assistance Fund
Housing, utilities, food, prescriptions, transportation. You must have lived in Washington for one year and you must have an eviction notice. There is an application.
211 Info — A referral service
211 toll free or text your zip code to 898211
211info.org will assess your situation and give you referral information.
Council for the Homeless Housing Solutions
For temporary emergency shelter. Accessible 7 days a week. Women, families and couples, call from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Single men, call from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.