Transitional Housing

Second Step Housing’s Transitional Housing serves very low income, homeless individuals and families in a group living environment.

Residents work one-on-one with Housing Specialist in the Resident Self-Sufficiency Program to achieve financial and social self-sufficiency.

The Resident Self-Sufficiency Program is client-centered housing and supportive services program that provides low-income homeless individuals and families with rent subsides, case management support services and information and referral to community resources. The primary goal of the program is to prepare households for long term self-sufficiency: stable and independent of ongoing support.

To be considered for Second Step Housing’s Transitional Housing and Resident Self-Sufficiency Program please call the Housing Solutions Center at 360-695-9677 or visit Housing Solutions

Permanent Supportive Housing

The Supportive Housing Program provides housing, housing assistance and/or supportive services to persons and families moving from homelessness to permanent housing.

Individuals receive case management services, and access to rental assistance and other community resources necessary to maintain stable, permanent housing.

To be considered for the Supportive Housing Program at Second Step Housing, please call the Housing Solutions Center at 360-695-9677

For additional information about the Housing Solutions Center, please visit their website

Permanent Affordable Housing

To help meet the housing needs of the community, Second Step Housing has built and rehabilitated affordable housing properties in Clark County. Our permanent affordable housing units provide affordable homes for low and very-low income individuals and families and persons with disabilities.