To apply to live at a Mt. Baker Housing property, visit our Resident Communities page. Click on any property and contact the Community Manager directly for additional information such as availability, waiting lists, rents, amenities and applicant eligibility.
Below are some additional resources that may help you with your affordable-housing search:
Housing Search NW: Find rental housing anywhere in King County that fits your needs and budget. Search online or by phone (1-877-428-8844). Interpreters are available. [http://www.housingsearchnw.org/]
2-1-1: Search online or by phone (2-1-1 or 1-800-621-4636) for health and human services throughout Seattle, King County and Washington State. Calling 2-1-1 is the first step for finding deposit assistance and also for getting into emergency shelter or transitional housing. Interpreters are available. [http://win211.org/]
Now that you’re living in affordable housing, you may want to know if there are even more ways to stretch your budget or even to increase your household income. Below are two resources to help you get started:
Washington Connection: Fill out just one application for all DSHS and City of Seattle income-based benefits. You may qualify for state or city programs for food, medical insurance, cash income, child care, preschool, utility costs and more. [https://www.washingtonconnection.org/home/]
The Self-Sufficiency Calculator for Washington State: Get quick calculations of your current income and expenses, access job-search resources, and set career goals so you can work toward greater financial self-sufficiency. [http://thecalculator.org/]
If you are a current Mt. Baker Housing resident looking for other community resources, our Mt. Baker Housing Resident Services Program might be able to help. Contact us here.