Whether you have lost your home and need shelter or need help to stay in your current home, Solid Ground can help.
Read our Housing Assistance flyer for how to access various housing services Solid Ground offers, and see the links below for more information on specific programs.
Residential Services provide emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing and comprehensive case management for formerly homeless families and individuals.
- Broadview Emergency Shelter & Transitional Housing programs provide a safe haven for homeless mothers with children at a secure location. Families also receive case management, children's programs, domestic violence and addictions support groups, parenting classes and housing search assistance.
- Family Shelter serves homeless families and single parent households (headed by mothers or fathers), and provide furnished transitional housing, support services, comprehensive case management and housing search assistance.
- Sand Point Housing provides critically needed transitional housing, affordable permanent housing and support services for formerly homeless families and individuals.
Stabilization Services provide housing advocacy, case mananagement and limited financial support to help people find and/or maintain safe, permanent housing.
- JourneyHome provides long-term case management for homeless families with children under 18 years old to help them address the reasons they became homeless. We provide support services, comprehensive case management, assistance finding safe, permanent housing and limited transition-in-place subsidies.
- King County Housing Stability Project offers one-time grants and loans for renters and homeowners in Seattle/King County at risk of eviction or foreclosure.
- Lifelong Housing Safety Net, a partnership with Lifelong AIDS Alliance and Solid Ground, provides support to households impacted by the foreclosure crisis who also have a family member living with a chronic illness.
- Seattle Housing Stabilization Services: Support for renters in Seattle who are at imminent risk of housing loss. Staff assist with stabilizing housing based on each tenant’s goals and needs, which may include budgeting, securing health services, job training, benefits and other related needs.
Supportive Services help people living on low incomes stay connected with telecommunications and other community resources, access public benefits, and gain skills for financial empowerment. We also offer housing counseling to support successful homeownership and tenancy.
- ConnectUp helps people access free/subsidized cellphone, landline and internet programs; education and outreach on low-income telecommunications programs; free Community Voice Mail numbers; and Resource Broadcasting about jobs, housing, health care and social services.
- Family Assistance provides information and referral, advice and direct legal representation for families and individuals who have had their state public assistance benefits reduced, terminated or denied.
- Financial Fitness Boot Camp provides one-to-one assistance for those interested in developing a household budget, controlling and eliminating debt, and developing healthy financial habits for long-term stability. We also provide educational workshops for groups, organizations or communities on topics related to ensuring firm financial fitness through successful strategies.
- Mortgage Counseling Services offer information and assistance on rights and responsibilities in the foreclosure process, and assistance with budgeting and negotiating with lenders for households experiencing a housing crisis resulting in risk of foreclosure. We also provide reverse mortgage counseling for senior homeowners. Educational workshops on the foreclosure process and other topics related to ensuring successful homeownership are available for groups, organizations or communities.
- Tenant Counseling Services offer information and referrals provided on rights and responsibilities under local and state eviction statutes. Educational workshops on landlord-tenant laws and other topics related to ensuring successful tenancies are available for groups, organizations or communities.
Address: Solid Ground
1501 North 45th Street
Seattle, WA 98103-6708