HOUSING HOPE 

Housing Hope offers a full range of affordable housing options throughout Snohomish County. Housing types include emergency shelter, transitional housing, affordable rent units, and home ownership opportunities.

Housing Hope currently manages 429 units in 21 housing developments, and has assisted 280 families in building and owning their own homes through a sweat equity program. The housing also has built-in services such as intensive case management, education, employment preparation, and life skills training. 

To access this program, clients must already have a an established relationship with shelter non-profits in the Everett area such as the YWCA.

Community Empowerment and In-Home Learning

Residents of each Housing Hope community participate in the Community Empowerment Program wherein residents meet in their housing community to problem solve and collaborate on shared issues. The program also offers workshops in leadership and group skills.

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Contact Housing Hope

Administrative Offices
5830 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA 98203
Phone: (425) 347-6556

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Tomorrow's Hope Child Development Center

The Child Development Center, located on the main Housing Hope campus in Everett, provides a safe environment for homeless and low-income children. This center is designed to serve the needs of homeless and low-income children, currently serves over 100 children daily. 

Children come to Tomorrow's Hope* from Housing Hope's emergency and transitional housing programs, as well as other local affordable housing partners. The program is licensed to serve 112 children from four weeks to 11 years and 11 months of age. The Development Center accepts Working Connections childcare subsidies, and there are also a limited number of private pay slots.

*Tomorrow's Hope is currently accepting applications for children between the ages of 1 month and 24 months.

Please call 425.212.3255 for more information or to be placed on the waiting list.

Special Tomorrow's Hope services include:

  • A Child and Parent Specialist and a School Psychologist provides developmental assessment of children for physical and emotional delays, and can act as a school liaison for the child

  • A Head Start and school readiness program plus a structured homework program for school-age children

  • An on-site "kids clinic" for initial dental and health assessments, check-ups and immunizations

  • Both structured and unstructured play and educational time that is age-appropriate

  • Field trips to locations such as parks and local beaches

  • Parenting support groups

 

Tomorrow's Hope Child Development Center

5908 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA 98203               Phone: (425) 212-3255

All of the information provided on this page comes from the Housing Hope website & the banner image above is from google maps.

College of Hope

College of Hope is an Adult Education and Life skills program offering classes throughout Snohomish County completely free to the community. All classes are designed to teach in one of four areas: Family Life, Economic Wellbeing, Health & Wellness, and Housing Expertise. Transportation is available at no cost for residence of Snohomish County for many of the classes offered. Courses offered generally include a community meal for all participants and childcare may available for class hours as well. For more information feel free and check out www.collegeofhope.org

Ken Schilaty Family Learning Center & College of Hope 5908 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA 98203
Phone: (425) 353-8112
Program Manager:    Brandon Scace: brandonscace@housinghope.org

All of the information provided on this page comes including logo comes from the Housing Hope website & the banner image above is from google maps.

HOPEWORKS

HopeWorks Social Enterprises is an affiliate of Housing Hope, and began in January 2011 with the goal of helping families gain job skills and training. HopeWorks creates and operates social enterprise businesses designed to provide jobs and internships for families experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness.

How Does HopeWorks Work?

HopeWorks currently owns and operates three businesses that provide training and education for youth and adults. Currently, the business enterprises are as follows: GroundWorks LandscapingReNewWorks Home & Decor, and CafeWorks Coffee & Food.

Services available though this organization include:

  • GroundWorks Landscaping

  • ReNewWorks Home & Decor

  • CafeWorks Coffee & Food

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HopeWorks Station
3331 Broadway, 
Everett, WA 98201Main Phone: (425) 610-4931 Email: ContactHW@hopewrks.org

GroundWorksContact:      Manager: Steve Stackpole
Phone: (425) 610-4935

CafeWorks Contact:
Manager: Charley Bielawski
Phone: (425) 512-0343

ReNewWorks Contact:
Manager: Kandi Graber
Phone: (425) 404-3462

All of the information provided on this page comes from the Housing Hope website & the banner image above is from google maps.