Homeless families with children under 18, please call 211 to request services. Homeless individuals, with verifiable homeless status, may be eligible for financial assistance for security deposit, first month’s rent or short term rental assistance to prevent eviction.


601 S King Street #305
Seattle, WA 98104

Hours of Operation

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
9 am – 5 pm; closed: 12:30 – 1:30 pm

Contact Us

(206) 623-5132

Housing is a basic need and yet a safe, decent, and affordable home is out of reach for many people living in Seattle and the greater metropolitan region. King County’s Homeless Count in 2018 counted 6,320 people living on the streets.

Our Solutions

Housing Services

First by providing direct housing services prevent homelessness.

Rapid Re-housing

Rapid rehousing helps individuals and families leave homelessness and find permanent housing through subsidies such as rental assistance and moving costs.

Homeless Prevention

At this time, Interim CDA Homelessness Prevention Rental Assistance Program is NOT accepting new referrals for eviction prevention/rental assistance.
If you are interested in receiving email updates about any future rental assistance program offered by Interim CDA, please provide your name and email address here
We will keep you updated as new funds become available and we will contact you if we begin accepting new referrals.


We facilitate families to identify safe housing options based on their own available resources.

Our Results

Households defined as: unique families up to 7 people


We assisted approximately 1,500 households with housing stabilization and homelessness prevention services.


1,300 – 1,500 unduplicated individuals each year either find new rental


Our multilingual staff provide holistic individualized case management services to our clients in the languages they speak.


In 2018, we served 2,560 clients. On average a client was seen 3 times. For DV clients, it can be closer to up to 6 visits.

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Areas Served

Last updated: 2018

Voices of the CID

We are grateful to InterIm CDA for the programs and activities, and good housing it provides for people who need these services.

– Nhu Tran