Housing Services

OlyCAP’S Homeless Shelter and Housing Programs 2016-2017

For any of the following housing services call (360) 385-2571

Haines Street Cottages Shelter
Year-round emergency shelter for homeless families and individuals. Between 30 and 32 beds are provided with comprehensive case management and ancillary services.

Crossroads Permanent Housing Program
Permanent supportive housing program is designed for homeless families coming directly out of in-patient facilities for alcohol/drug treatment with disabilities. This is a rapid re-housing program with specialized case management and aftercare services to support their sobriety.

Pfeiffer House
This building offers six, 1-bedroom apartments of permanent supportive housing for single adults who are chronically homeless and who are disabled. Veteran preference.

Northwest Passage Permanent Supportive Housing
Up to six, 1-bedroom apartments for single low-income adults or who are otherwise disabled/mentally ill, and 12 permanent supportive housing apartments for low income families with supportive services included.

South Seven Senior Village
Permanent, low-income apartments for people over the age of 62; these fifteen units are located in Port Hadlock. Property management and supportive services are provided by OlyCAP.

Jefferson County Winter Shelter
In partnership with COAST (Community Outreach Association Shelter Team), the American Legion Post #26 and OlyCAP: Seasonal winter night shelter for single adults (over age 18) in Jefferson County runs operates daily from 4 p.m. until 8 a.m., from November through March. Services include three meals daily and referral to community resources. Approximately 23 beds are available each night. US military veterans are prioritized for service.

SSVF (Supportive Services for Veteran Families)
In partnership with five other counties. This grant targets veterans and their family with the “housing first” model. The goal with this grant is to help locate housing with the tenant using outside landlords to gain housing and to also help the families retain and keep their housing through short term case management.

HEN (Housing and Essential Needs)
This grant replaces the DSHS cash assistance for disabilities lifeline clients. This grant can help with a small portion of rent for clients that qualify along with some essential needs support.

CHG (Consolidated Homeless Grant)
The purpose of the CHG program is to provide assistance to rapidly re-house persons who are experiencing homelessness. This program is intended to target individuals and families who would be homeless but for this assistance. The funds will provide for a variety of assistance, including: short-term Rental Assistance and Housing Stability Case Management.

EFH (Ending Family Homelessness)
For households who are homeless or at risk of homelessness that are enrolled in the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) program.

HF (Home Fund Housing Assistance)
Offers limited funding for households who are At Risk of losing their housing due to Pay or Vacate or Eviction Notice from their landlord. This fund can also assist households with limited move-in costs if they do not qualify under other housing grant guidelines.

This grant is for Chronically Homeless with Substance Abuse and or other Disability. It is a three month program with a small rental assistance component. Outside referral needs to have documented the homelessness and disability.