The property is located two blocks from the Redmond Transit Center; ten blocks from the future light rail station, and three blocks from the Redmond Library. Residents will begin moving in spring of 2023.
There are 60 units set aside for households exiting homelessness. Households with Section 8 vouchers or rental subsidy are encouraged to apply. On site supportive services for residents are available from Hopelink. Hopelink housing services help families create their homes and find long-term economic autonomy. Hopelink case managers partner with families to identify their family's strengths and then leverage those strengths alongside community resources to build a more stable future.
Through a partnership with Hopelink case managers, families are connected with a myriad of community resources, including education & employment services, health, and mental health services, parent support, childcare, ESL classes, financial literacy classes, educational resources, and additional referrals as needed.
For more information, go to www.horizonattogethercenter.com or call 425.658.0010 for information on how to apply.