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King County Executive, Ron Sims=20

King County Executive=20
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Dec. 28, 2007

$23 million awarded for affordable and supportive housing projects =
countywide
Responding to the urgent need for affordable housing and stronger =
supports for homeless individuals and families most at risk of =
homelessness, King County Executive Ron Sims today announced $23 million =
in grants and loans to fund 25 housing and supportive service projects =
in King County.

"Every resident of King County deserves a safe place to call home," said =
Executive Sims, co-chair of the Committee to End Homelessness in King =
County Governing Board. "With these awards, we are creating homes - and =
hope - for hundreds of low-income and disabled people, and bringing our =
community ever closer to our goal of ending homelessness in King =
County."

Projects awarded funding resulted from two Request for Proposal (RFP) =
processes conducted in fall 2007. The projects will put roofs over the =
heads of many low-income and homeless households throughout the county =
and will provide the supportive services that many need to maintain that =
housing. The majority of the awards respond to the most acute needs for =
housing in the region, but many also help to address the pressing need =
for affordable housing throughout the county.

Funding for the affordable housing capital RFP is from a variety of =
federal, state, and local sources. Local support includes the =
voter-approved King County Veterans and Human Services Levy ($4,927,500 =
in capital funds); the King County Housing Opportunity Fund ($913,479 in =
county current expense funds); and the Regional Affordable Housing =
Program ($2,157,076), a dedicated local source derived from a surcharge =
on document recording fees. King County Consortium federal fund =
contributions for housing capital include the HOME Investment =
Partnerships Program ($4,034,695) and the Community Development Block =
Grant program ($39,476). The consortium is made up of representatives =
from cities in King County outside the city of Seattle, which receives =
its own federal funding. The Regional Affordable Housing Program is a =
partnership of all county cities, including Seattle.

Funding for the RFP for supportive services, rental assistance and =
operating support in permanent homeless housing came from local and =
federal sources. The local portion is derived from the surcharge on =
document recording fees authorized by the Washington State Legislature =
($6.65 million), as well as the voter-approved King County Veterans and =
Human Services Levy ($2.25 million for services and operating expenses =
in permanent housing for the homeless). The priorities for the funds are =
developed as a coordinated effort between King County, the Committee to =
End Homelessness and the Veterans and Human Services Levy Oversight =
Boards, and are intended to fill unmet needs for the county's most =
vulnerable residents. Both the Seattle Housing Authority and the King =
County Housing Authority made federal Section 8 rental subsidies =
available to augment the local funding ($2.5 million.)

"The housing capital funding round was very competitive," said Ava =
Frisinger, Mayor of Issaquah and chair of the interjurisdictional Joint =
Recommendations Committee (JRC), which recommends housing capital awards =
to the King County Executive. "The JRC was pleased to recommend funding =
for projects from across the county that proposed to meet the needs of a =
variety of low-income populations, a majority of which will serve =
homeless households."

The housing will be affordable to a range of households with incomes =
below 80 percent of the area's median income (AMI), with the majority of =
the awards supporting households below 50 percent of AMI. A three-person =
household at 50 percent of median income earns $35,050 annually; a =
single-person household at 50 percent of median earns $27,250. Housing =
for households below 50% of AMI represents the region's area of greatest =
need.

An important new fund source this year is the proceeds from the Veterans =
and Human Services Levy approved by King County voters in 2005 to =
provide services and supports for veterans and military personnel, their =
families and other individuals and families in need. Levy funds will =
support 11 affordable housing projects and support services programs, =
including units set aside for veterans and their families. Among them is =
a project to be created in Renton by the Compass Center that will =
provide 50 units of housing incorporating a regional Veterans Affairs =
Center and onsite services.

"The Veterans and Human Services Levy was approved by the voters to help =
the county's most vulnerable residents, including men and women who =
served their country in the military, get back on their feet and achieve =
stable homes," said Doug Hoople, chair of the Veterans Citizen Levy =
Oversight Board, one of two boards providing oversight to the planning =
and expenditure of the levy proceeds. "We are excited to be approving =
funds to create these new housing opportunities with case management =
services to help individuals and families bring stability to their =
lives, and to be able to do this in areas of King County outside of =
Seattle."

The combined affordable housing and supportive housing service awards =
are expected to leverage at least another $15 to $20 million in public =
and private funds for the projects.

"These awards demonstrate the power of the partnerships between state =
and local governments, treatment providers, housing developers and local =
housing authorities working together to fund and create housing and =
supportive services that will bring about an end to homelessness for =
individuals and families in our community," said Bill Block, Project =
Director of the Committee to End Homelessness in King County. "While our =
work is not done, we celebrate our progress and we commit to continuing =
our efforts until we have reached our ten-year goals."=20


A complete list of the awards follows.=20

  a.. King County Homeless Housing and Services Fund (HHSF)=20
  b.. King County Veterans' and Human Services Levy (V-HS Levy)=20
  c.. King County Housing Authority (KCHA) and Seattle Housing Authority =
(SHA) Section 8 Rental Assistance Awards: Total $11 million=20

King County awarded $8,943,860 million in funding to the 17 projects =
listed below. With the combined award of housing subsidy vouchers =
through the local housing authorities, the total award is over $11 =
million for homeless households countywide. Funding will help to carry =
out the goals of the Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness in King County, =
providing rental subsidies, operating subsidies, housing stabilization =
services and other critical supports that will help end the cycle of =
homelessness for more than 300 homeless persons annually.=20

  a.. Archdiocesan Housing Authority - Creates 15 units of affordable =
permanent housing and case management services for homeless adults =
exiting transitional housing at the Aloha Inn and moving into the Ascona =
Apartments in Seattle. Award: $86,828 of HHSF funding annually for five =
years for case management services and rental assistance (8 units of =
housing) and seven SHA Section 8 vouchers. Contact: Shelley Dooley, =
Archdiocesan Housing Authority, 206-728-8177=20
  b.. Archdiocesan Housing Authority - Creates case management services =
linked to 25 new units of permanent housing for homeless families at the =
Holden Street Apartments in Seattle. Award: $59,700 of HHSF funding =
annually for five years for case management services. Contact: Shelley =
Dooley, Archdiocesan Housing Authority, 206-728-8177=20
  c.. Catholic Community Services - Creates 10 new units of affordable =
permanent housing and extended case management services for homeless =
young adults connected with the University District Youth Center in =
Seattle. Award: $45,113 of HHSF funding annually for five years for case =
management services and 10 SHA Section 8 vouchers. Contact: Richard =
King, Catholic Community Services, 206-526-2992=20
  d.. City of Seattle - Provides operating support to the Safe Harbors =
Homeless Management Information System hosted by the City of Seattle =
Human Services Department. Award: $300,000 of HHSF for one year for =
program operations. Contact: Jon Hoskins, City of Seattle, 206-733-9404=20
  e.. Domestic Abuse Women's Network (DAWN) - Creates case management =
services linked to six new units of permanent housing in South King =
County. Award: $30,000 of HHSF funding annually for five years for case =
management services. Contact: Lee Dreschel, DAWN, 425-656-4305=20
  f.. Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) - Creates onsite support =
services linked to 75 units of permanent supportive housing for =
chronically homeless adults at the Evans House Apartments in Seattle. =
Award: $114,006 of HHSF funding annually for five years for support =
services. Contact: Daniel Malone, DESC, 206-515-1523=20
  g.. Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) - Creates onsite support =
services linked to 50 units of permanent supportive housing for =
chronically homeless adults, including veterans, at the Rainier =
Apartments in Seattle. Award: $241,785 of V-HS Levy funding annually for =
five years for support services. Contact: Daniel Malone, DESC, =
206-515-1523=20
  h.. Eastside Interfaith Social Concerns - Creates 10 new units of =
permanent affordable housing and case management services for homeless =
adults in East King County. Award: $85,690 HHSF funding annually for =
five years for rental assistance and case management services. Contact: =
Stephen Roberts, Eastside Interfaith Social Concerns, 206-295-7803=20
  i.. Evergreen Treatment Services - Creates 20 new units of permanent =
affordable housing and case management services (services will also be =
linked to an additional 37 units of housing paid through other fund =
sources) for chronically homeless adults, including veterans, in Seattle =
and King County. Award: $150,000 of HHSF funding for rental assistance =
and $185,246 V-HS Levy funding for case management services annually for =
five years. Contact: Ron Jackson, Executive Director, 206-223-3644=20
  j.. Family Services of King County - Creates 10 new units of permanent =
affordable housing for homeless adults and families in North and South =
King County. Award: $100,000 of HHSF funding annually for five years for =
rental assistance. Contact: Sandy Lowe, Family Services of King County, =
206-826-3034=20
  k.. Hopelink - Creates case management services linked to eight new =
units of permanent housing for homeless families at a new apartment =
complex in Duvall in East King County. Award: $40,000 of HHSF funding =
annually for five years for case management services. Contact: Debra =
Grant, Hopelink, 425-897-3704=20
  l.. Saint Andrew's Housing Group - Creates eight new units of =
permanent affordable housing and case management services for homeless =
families at the 280 Clark Apartments in East King County. Award: $87,904 =
of HHSF funding annually for five years for rental assistance and case =
management services. Contact: Mike Nielsen, Executive Director, Saint =
Andrew's Housing Group, 425-391-2300=20
  m.. Sound Mental Health - Creates 15 new units of permanent affordable =
housing and case management services for chronically homeless families =
in South King County. Award: $112,500 of HHSF funding annually for five =
years for case management services and 15 KCHA Section 8 vouchers. =
Contact: Trish Blanchard, Sound Mental Health, 206-302-2200=20
  n.. Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation - Creates 10 new units =
of permanent affordable housing, case management and employment services =
for homeless families and veterans in South King County. Award: $36,241 =
in HHSF funding and $26,729 in V-HS Levy funding annually for five years =
for case management and employment services and 10 KCHA Section 8 =
vouchers. Contact: Faith Richie, Valley Cities Counseling and =
Consultation, 253-876-3425=20
  o.. Vashon Youth and Family Services - Creates 10 new units of =
permanent affordable housing and case management services for adults, =
families and young adults with mental health and chemical dependency =
issues on Vashon Island. Award: $80,000 of HHSF funding annually for =
five years for case management services and 10 KCHA Section 8 vouchers. =
Contact: Sam Collins, Vashon Youth and Family, 206-463-5511 ext. 233=20
  p.. YMCA of Greater Seattle - Creates 20 new units of permanent =
affordable housing and case management services for homeless young =
adults with mental health and chemical dependency issues in Seattle and =
King County. Award: $191,930 of HHSF funding annually for five years for =
case management services, 10 KCHA Section 8 vouchers, and 10 SHA Section =
8 vouchers. Contact: Brooke Scharnke, YMCA , 206-749-7551=20
  q.. YWCA of Seattle-King-Snohomish County - Creates 13 new units of =
permanent affordable housing and case management services for homeless =
families in Seattle. Award: $55,000 of HHSF funding annually for five =
years for case management services and13 SHA Section 8 vouchers. =
Patricia Hayden, YWCA of Seattle-King-Snohomish County, 206-568-7850=20
King County Housing Finance Program Fall 2007 Funding - $12 M
The King County Housing and Community Development Program is awarding =
approximately $12 million in affordable housing grants and loans to nine =
local housing projects in this latest funding round. The funds will be =
used to create 419 affordable housing units in King County. Of the new =
units, 192 are for people who are chronically homeless or at serious =
risk of homelessness. The funds will also create rental units for very =
low-income households, including veterans and seniors, and low to =
moderate-income households, as well as home ownership opportunities for =
first-time buyers.=20

  a.. Village Spirit Housing: Construct 50 apartment units of permanent =
supportive housing for working and formerly homeless families in =
Seattle. Award: $575,000 in Human Services Levy funds. Contact: Michael =
Reichert, Executive Director, Catholic Community Services, (206) =
323-6336=20
  b.. Renton Regional Veterans Housing: Construct 65 apartment units, =
including 50 units of non-time limited supportive housing for single =
veterans and veterans families in Renton. Award: $2,750,000 in RAHP and =
Veterans and Human Services Levy funds. Contact: Rick Friedhoff, =
Executive Director, Compass Center, 206-357-3104=20
  c.. St. Margaret's Housing: Construct 133 apartment units in Bellevue, =
including 54 units of permanent supportive housing with 26 units =
dedicated to veterans. Award: $2,500,000 in RAHP, HOME and Veterans and =
Human Services Levy funds. Contact: Mike Nielsen, Executive Director, =
St. Andrew's Housing Group, 425-746-1699=20
  d.. Strength of Place Village: Construct 30 apartment units, including =
six units of permanent housing for homeless families in White Center. =
Award: $2,402,738 in HOME and RAHP funds. Contact: Derek Birnie, =
Executive Director, Delridge Neighborhood Development Association, =
206-923-0917=20
  e.. Korean Women's Association Senior Transit Oriented Development: =
Construct 61 apartment units of permanent housing for seniors in Federal =
Way. Award: $1,500,000 in RAHP and HOF funds. Contact: Faaluaina (Lua) =
Pritchard, Executive Director, Korean's Women's Association, =
253-538-8340=20
  f.. New Ground Kirkland: Rehabilitate an existing apartment complex to =
provide housing for six young adults aged 18 to 21 in Kirkland. Award: =
$599,000 in Veterans and Human Services Levy funds. Contact: Ed Bellaba, =
Executive Director, Friends of Youth, 425-869-6490=20
  g.. Valley Cities Landing: Additional funding award to construct 24 =
new units of permanent supportive housing for adults with extremely low =
incomes in Auburn. Award: $520,000 in Veterans and Human Services Levy =
funds. Contact: Faith Richie, Executive Director, Valley Cities =
Counseling and Consultation, 253-735-9627=20
  h.. House Key Plus Down-payment Assistance Program: Provide deferred =
payment loans for up to 40 homebuyers with incomes below 80% of the area =
median countywide. Award: $625,000 in HOME funds. Contact: Kim Herman, =
Executive Director, Washington State Housing Finance Commission, =
206-826-4427=20
  i.. Habitat for Humanity Issaquah Highlands Housing: Construct 10 new =
homes in Issaquah affordable to buyers below 50% of area median income. =
Award: $500,000 in RAHP funds. Contact: Tom Granger, Executive Director, =
HFHEKC, 425-869-6007=20
For more information on the Housing and Community Development housing =
awards contact Cheryl Markham, Coordinator, King County Housing and =
Community Development at 206-263-9067. For more information on the =
Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness, call Bill Block, Project Director at =
206-263-9001

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<P class=3Ddate>Dec. 28, 2007</P>
<H2>$23 million awarded for affordable and supportive housing projects=20
countywide</H2>
<P class=3DMsoNormal>Responding to the urgent need for affordable =
housing and=20
stronger supports for homeless individuals and families most at risk of=20
homelessness, King County Executive Ron Sims today announced $23 million =
in=20
grants and loans to fund 25 housing and supportive service projects in =
King=20
County.</P>
<P>"Every resident of King County deserves a safe place to call home," =
said=20
Executive Sims, co-chair of the Committee to End Homelessness in King =
County=20
Governing Board. "With these awards, we are creating homes - and hope - =
for=20
hundreds of low-income and disabled people, and bringing our community =
ever=20
closer to our goal of ending homelessness in King County."</P>
<P>Projects awarded funding resulted from two Request for Proposal (RFP) =

processes conducted in fall 2007. The projects will put roofs over the =
heads of=20
many low-income and homeless households throughout the county and will =
provide=20
the supportive services that many need to maintain that housing. The =
majority of=20
the awards respond to the most acute needs for housing in the region, =
but many=20
also help to address the pressing need for affordable housing throughout =
the=20
county.</P>
<P>Funding for the affordable housing capital RFP is from a variety of =
federal,=20
state, and local sources. Local support includes the voter-approved King =
County=20
Veterans and Human Services Levy ($4,927,500 in capital funds); the King =
County=20
Housing Opportunity Fund ($913,479 in county current expense funds); and =
the=20
Regional Affordable Housing Program ($2,157,076), a dedicated local =
source=20
derived from a surcharge on document recording fees. King County =
Consortium=20
federal fund contributions for housing capital include the HOME =
Investment=20
Partnerships Program ($4,034,695) and the Community Development Block =
Grant=20
program ($39,476). The consortium is made up of representatives from =
cities in=20
King County outside the city of Seattle, which receives its own federal =
funding.=20
The Regional Affordable Housing Program is a partnership of all county =
cities,=20
including Seattle.</P>
<P>Funding for the RFP for supportive services, rental assistance and =
operating=20
support in permanent homeless housing came from local and federal =
sources. The=20
local portion is derived from the surcharge on document recording fees=20
authorized by the Washington State Legislature ($6.65 million), as well =
as the=20
voter-approved King County Veterans and Human Services Levy ($2.25 =
million for=20
services and operating expenses in permanent housing for the homeless). =
The=20
priorities for the funds are developed as a coordinated effort between =
King=20
County, the Committee to End Homelessness and the Veterans and Human =
Services=20
Levy Oversight Boards, and are intended to fill unmet needs for the =
county's=20
most vulnerable residents. Both the Seattle Housing Authority and the =
King=20
County Housing Authority made federal Section 8 rental subsidies =
available to=20
augment the local funding ($2.5 million.)</P>
<P>"The housing capital funding round was very competitive," said Ava =
Frisinger,=20
Mayor of Issaquah and chair of the interjurisdictional Joint =
Recommendations=20
Committee (JRC), which recommends housing capital awards to the King =
County=20
Executive. "The JRC was pleased to recommend funding for projects from =
across=20
the county that proposed to meet the needs of a variety of low-income=20
populations, a majority of which will serve homeless households."</P>
<P>The housing will be affordable to a range of households with incomes =
below 80=20
percent of the area's median income (AMI), with the majority of the =
awards=20
supporting households below 50 percent of AMI. A three-person household =
at 50=20
percent of median income earns $35,050 annually; a single-person =
household at 50=20
percent of median earns $27,250. Housing for households below 50% of AMI =

represents the region's area of greatest need.</P>
<P>An important new fund source this year is the proceeds from the =
Veterans and=20
Human Services Levy approved by King County voters in 2005 to provide =
services=20
and supports for veterans and military personnel, their families and =
other=20
individuals and families in need. Levy funds will support 11 affordable =
housing=20
projects and support services programs, including units set aside for =
veterans=20
and their families. Among them is a project to be created in Renton by =
the=20
Compass Center that will provide 50 units of housing incorporating a =
regional=20
Veterans Affairs Center and onsite services.</P>
<P>"The Veterans and Human Services Levy was approved by the voters to =
help the=20
county's most vulnerable residents, including men and women who served =
their=20
country in the military, get back on their feet and achieve stable =
homes," said=20
Doug Hoople, chair of the Veterans Citizen Levy Oversight Board, one of =
two=20
boards providing oversight to the planning and expenditure of the levy =
proceeds.=20
"We are excited to be approving funds to create these new housing =
opportunities=20
with case management services to help individuals and families bring =
stability=20
to their lives, and to be able to do this in areas of King County =
outside of=20
Seattle."</P>
<P>The combined affordable housing and supportive housing service awards =
are=20
expected to leverage at least another $15 to $20 million in public and =
private=20
funds for the projects.</P>
<P>"These awards demonstrate the power of the partnerships between state =
and=20
local governments, treatment providers, housing developers and local =
housing=20
authorities working together to fund and create housing and supportive =
services=20
that will bring about an end to homelessness for individuals and =
families in our=20
community," said Bill Block, Project Director of the Committee to End=20
Homelessness in King County. "While our work is not done, we celebrate =
our=20
progress and we commit to continuing our efforts until we have reached =
our=20
ten-year goals." </P>
<P></P>
<P>A complete list of the awards follows. </P>
<UL>
  <LI><STRONG>King County Homeless Housing and Services Fund =
(HHSF)</STRONG>=20
  <LI><STRONG>King County Veterans' and Human Services Levy (V-HS =
Levy)</STRONG>=20

  <LI><STRONG>King County Housing Authority (KCHA) and Seattle Housing =
Authority=20
  (SHA) Section 8 Rental Assistance Awards: Total $11 million =
</STRONG></LI></UL>
<P></P>
<P>King County awarded $8,943,860 million in funding to the 17 projects =
listed=20
below. With the combined award of housing subsidy vouchers through the =
local=20
housing authorities, the total award is over $11 million for homeless =
households=20
countywide. Funding will help to carry out the goals of the Ten-Year =
Plan to End=20
Homelessness in King County, providing rental subsidies, operating =
subsidies,=20
housing stabilization services and other critical supports that will =
help end=20
the cycle of homelessness for more than 300 homeless persons annually. =
</P>
<UL>
  <LI><STRONG>Archdiocesan Housing Authority</STRONG> =96 Creates 15 =
units of=20
  affordable permanent housing and case management services for homeless =
adults=20
  exiting transitional housing at the Aloha Inn and moving into the =
Ascona=20
  Apartments in Seattle. Award: $86,828 of HHSF funding annually for =
five years=20
  for case management services and rental assistance (8 units of =
housing) and=20
  seven SHA Section 8 vouchers. Contact: Shelley Dooley, Archdiocesan =
Housing=20
  Authority, 206-728-8177=20
  <LI><STRONG>Archdiocesan Housing Authority</STRONG> =96 Creates case =
management=20
  services linked to 25 new units of permanent housing for homeless =
families at=20
  the Holden Street Apartments in Seattle. Award: $59,700 of HHSF =
funding=20
  annually for five years for case management services. Contact: Shelley =
Dooley,=20
  Archdiocesan Housing Authority, 206-728-8177=20
  <LI><STRONG>Catholic Community Services</STRONG> =96 Creates 10 new =
units of=20
  affordable permanent housing and extended case management services for =

  homeless young adults connected with the University District Youth =
Center in=20
  Seattle. Award: $45,113 of HHSF funding annually for five years for =
case=20
  management services and 10 SHA Section 8 vouchers. Contact: Richard =
King,=20
  Catholic Community Services, 206-526-2992=20
  <LI><STRONG>City of Seattle</STRONG> =96 Provides operating support to =
the Safe=20
  Harbors Homeless Management Information System hosted by the City of =
Seattle=20
  Human Services Department. Award: $300,000 of HHSF for one year for =
program=20
  operations. Contact: Jon Hoskins, City of Seattle, 206-733-9404=20
  <LI><STRONG>Domestic Abuse Women's Network (DAWN)</STRONG> =96 Creates =
case=20
  management services linked to six new units of permanent housing in =
South King=20
  County. Award: $30,000 of HHSF funding annually for five years for =
case=20
  management services. Contact: Lee Dreschel, DAWN, 425-656-4305=20
  <LI><STRONG>Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) </STRONG>=96 =
Creates onsite=20
  support services linked to 75 units of permanent supportive housing =
for=20
  chronically homeless adults at the Evans House Apartments in Seattle. =
Award:=20
  $114,006 of HHSF funding annually for five years for support services. =

  Contact: Daniel Malone, DESC, 206-515-1523=20
  <LI><STRONG>Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) </STRONG>=96 =
Creates onsite=20
  support services linked to 50 units of permanent supportive housing =
for=20
  chronically homeless adults, including veterans, at the Rainier =
Apartments in=20
  Seattle. Award: $241,785 of V-HS Levy funding annually for five years =
for=20
  support services. Contact: Daniel Malone, DESC, 206-515-1523=20
  <LI><STRONG>Eastside Interfaith Social Concerns</STRONG> =96 Creates =
10 new=20
  units of permanent affordable housing and case management services for =

  homeless adults in East King County. Award: $85,690 HHSF funding =
annually for=20
  five years for rental assistance and case management services. =
Contact:=20
  Stephen Roberts, Eastside Interfaith Social Concerns, 206-295-7803=20
  <LI><STRONG>Evergreen Treatment Services</STRONG> =96 Creates 20 new =
units of=20
  permanent affordable housing and case management services (services =
will also=20
  be linked to an additional 37 units of housing paid through other fund =

  sources) for chronically homeless adults, including veterans, in =
Seattle and=20
  King County. Award: $150,000 of HHSF funding for rental assistance and =

  $185,246 V-HS Levy funding for case management services annually for =
five=20
  years. Contact: Ron Jackson, Executive Director, 206-223-3644=20
  <LI><STRONG>Family Services of King County</STRONG> =96 Creates 10 new =
units of=20
  permanent affordable housing for homeless adults and families in North =
and=20
  South King County. Award: $100,000 of HHSF funding annually for five =
years for=20
  rental assistance. Contact: Sandy Lowe, Family Services of King =
County,=20
  206-826-3034=20
  <LI><STRONG>Hopelink</STRONG> =96 Creates case management services =
linked to=20
  eight new units of permanent housing for homeless families at a new =
apartment=20
  complex in Duvall in East King County. Award: $40,000 of HHSF funding =
annually=20
  for five years for case management services. Contact: Debra Grant, =
Hopelink,=20
  425-897-3704=20
  <LI><STRONG>Saint Andrew's Housing Group</STRONG> =96 Creates eight =
new units of=20
  permanent affordable housing and case management services for homeless =

  families at the 280 Clark Apartments in East King County. Award: =
$87,904 of=20
  HHSF funding annually for five years for rental assistance and case =
management=20
  services. Contact: Mike Nielsen, Executive Director, Saint Andrew's =
Housing=20
  Group, 425-391-2300=20
  <LI><STRONG>Sound Mental Health</STRONG> =96 Creates 15 new units of =
permanent=20
  affordable housing and case management services for chronically =
homeless=20
  families in South King County. Award: $112,500 of HHSF funding =
annually for=20
  five years for case management services and 15 KCHA Section 8 =
vouchers.=20
  Contact: Trish Blanchard, Sound Mental Health, 206-302-2200=20
  <LI><STRONG>Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation</STRONG> =96 =
Creates 10=20
  new units of permanent affordable housing, case management and =
employment=20
  services for homeless families and veterans in South King County. =
Award:=20
  $36,241 in HHSF funding and $26,729 in V-HS Levy funding annually for =
five=20
  years for case management and employment services and 10 KCHA Section =
8=20
  vouchers. Contact: Faith Richie, Valley Cities Counseling and =
Consultation,=20
  253-876-3425=20
  <LI><STRONG>Vashon Youth and Family Services</STRONG> =96 Creates 10 =
new units=20
  of permanent affordable housing and case management services for =
adults,=20
  families and young adults with mental health and chemical dependency =
issues on=20
  Vashon Island. Award: $80,000 of HHSF funding annually for five years =
for case=20
  management services and 10 KCHA Section 8 vouchers. Contact: Sam =
Collins,=20
  Vashon Youth and Family, 206-463-5511 ext. 233=20
  <LI><STRONG>YMCA of Greater Seattle</STRONG> =96 Creates 20 new units =
of=20
  permanent affordable housing and case management services for homeless =
young=20
  adults with mental health and chemical dependency issues in Seattle =
and King=20
  County. Award: $191,930 of HHSF funding annually for five years for =
case=20
  management services, 10 KCHA Section 8 vouchers, and 10 SHA Section 8=20
  vouchers. Contact: Brooke Scharnke, YMCA , 206-749-7551=20
  <LI><STRONG>YWCA of Seattle-King-Snohomish County</STRONG> =96 Creates =
13 new=20
  units of permanent affordable housing and case management services for =

  homeless families in Seattle. Award: $55,000 of HHSF funding annually =
for five=20
  years for case management services and13 SHA Section 8 vouchers. =
Patricia=20
  Hayden, YWCA of Seattle-King-Snohomish County, 206-568-7850 </LI></UL>
<H3></H3>
<H3>King County Housing Finance Program Fall 2007 Funding - $12 M</H3>
<P>The King County Housing and Community Development Program is awarding =

approximately $12 million in affordable housing grants and loans to nine =
local=20
housing projects in this latest funding round. The funds will be used to =
create=20
419 affordable housing units in King County. Of the new units, 192 are =
for=20
people who are chronically homeless or at serious risk of homelessness. =
The=20
funds will also create rental units for very low-income households, =
including=20
veterans and seniors, and low to moderate-income households, as well as =
home=20
ownership opportunities for first-time buyers. </P>
<UL>
  <LI><STRONG>Village Spirit Housing</STRONG>: Construct 50 apartment =
units of=20
  permanent supportive housing for working and formerly homeless =
families in=20
  Seattle. Award: $575,000 in Human Services Levy funds. Contact: =
Michael=20
  Reichert, Executive Director, Catholic Community Services, (206) =
323-6336=20
  <LI><STRONG>Renton Regional Veterans Housing:</STRONG> Construct 65 =
apartment=20
  units, including 50 units of non-time limited supportive housing for =
single=20
  veterans and veterans families in Renton. Award: $2,750,000 in RAHP =
and=20
  Veterans and Human Services Levy funds. Contact: Rick Friedhoff, =
Executive=20
  Director, Compass Center, 206-357-3104=20
  <LI><STRONG>St. Margaret's Housing:</STRONG> Construct 133 apartment =
units in=20
  Bellevue, including 54 units of permanent supportive housing with 26 =
units=20
  dedicated to veterans. Award: $2,500,000 in RAHP, HOME and Veterans =
and Human=20
  Services Levy funds. Contact: Mike Nielsen, Executive Director, St. =
Andrew's=20
  Housing Group, 425-746-1699=20
  <LI><STRONG>Strength of Place Village:</STRONG> Construct 30 apartment =
units,=20
  including six units of permanent housing for homeless families in =
White=20
  Center. Award: $2,402,738 in HOME and RAHP funds. Contact: Derek =
Birnie,=20
  Executive Director, Delridge Neighborhood Development Association,=20
  206-923-0917=20
  <LI><STRONG>Korean Women's Association Senior Transit Oriented=20
  Development:</STRONG> Construct 61 apartment units of permanent =
housing for=20
  seniors in Federal Way. Award: $1,500,000 in RAHP and HOF funds. =
Contact:=20
  Faaluaina (Lua) Pritchard, Executive Director, Korean's Women's =
Association,=20
  253-538-8340=20
  <LI><STRONG>New Ground Kirkland:</STRONG> Rehabilitate an existing =
apartment=20
  complex to provide housing for six young adults aged 18 to 21 in =
Kirkland.=20
  Award: $599,000 in Veterans and Human Services Levy funds. Contact: Ed =

  Bellaba, Executive Director, Friends of Youth, 425-869-6490=20
  <LI><STRONG>Valley Cities Landing:</STRONG> Additional funding award =
to=20
  construct 24 new units of permanent supportive housing for adults with =

  extremely low incomes in Auburn. Award: $520,000 in Veterans and Human =

  Services Levy funds. Contact: Faith Richie, Executive Director, Valley =
Cities=20
  Counseling and Consultation, 253-735-9627=20
  <LI><STRONG>House Key Plus Down-payment Assistance Program: =
</STRONG>Provide=20
  deferred payment loans for up to 40 homebuyers with incomes below 80% =
of the=20
  area median countywide. Award: $625,000 in HOME funds. Contact: Kim =
Herman,=20
  Executive Director, Washington State Housing Finance Commission, =
206-826-4427=20
  <LI><STRONG>Habitat for Humanity Issaquah Highlands Housing</STRONG>:=20
  Construct 10 new homes in Issaquah affordable to buyers below 50% of =
area=20
  median income. Award: $500,000 in RAHP funds. Contact: Tom Granger, =
Executive=20
  Director, HFHEKC, 425-869-6007 </LI></UL>
<P>For more information on the Housing and Community Development housing =
awards=20
contact Cheryl Markham, Coordinator, King County Housing and Community=20
Development at 206-263-9067. For more information on the Ten-Year Plan =
to End=20
Homelessness, call Bill Block, Project Director at=20
206-263-9001</P></DIV></BODY></HTML>

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