Homes: Housing and Regional Service Centers
Develop 179 new units of safe, affordable housing at four locations throughout Snohomish County
Woods Creek Village
Provided funds for expansion of Woods Creek Village on Fremont Street in Monroe from an 8 to 14 unit development serving homeless and at-risk families. Funds were dedicated to construction of new units serving homeless families, as well as the construction of adult and children's community spaces for programs and monthly community meetings. $235,000 in charitable support leveraged an additional $2,765,000 in project funding.
STATUS: This project was fully funded and completed in April 2013.
Monroe Family Village
Constructed 47 new units of affordable housing on West Main St in Monroe. Ten units are dedicated to serving families transitioning out of homelessness. Monroe Family Village is designed to serve as a regional hub capable of delivering critical social services, including the agency's acclaimed College of hope life-skills training program, for all Housing Hope residents living in the Skykomish Valley cities of Sultan, Monroe and Snohomish. $850,000 in charitable support leveraged an additional $12,073,000 in project funding.
STATUS: This project was fully completed in October 2015.
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Twin Lakes Landing
Construct a new 50 unit multifamily residential complex at Smokey Point. This facility will serve homeless and at-risk households and is designed to operate as a regional hub for residents residing at affordable housing locations in North Snohomish County. Located at the nexus between Marysville, Arlington and Stanwood, this site will provide an array of specialized services including life skills classes, child development services and employment readiness programs. $260,000 in charitable support will leverage an additional $10,740,000 in project funding.
STATUS: Groundbreaking is planned for late Fall 2016 with completion in 2017.
Housing Opportunity Fund (HOF)
Enhance Housing Hope's Housing Opportunity Fund (HOF) to provide predevelopment capital for continued development of new affordable housing solutions in Snohomish County. The HOF funds earnest money deposits, site planning, environmental reviews, property surveys, bridge funding for property acquisition and other items essential to preparing projects for competitive financing applications.
STATUS: No funds raised yet.
VIDEO: Kateri, a Case Manager, talks about her experiences and the importance of housing and the services we provide.