Who We Serve
We believe in each person's right to a safe, affordable, quality home.
Our residents include families transitioning from homelessness, single parents and their children, seniors with limited incomes, and recent immigrants. Living in a CHH apartment allows families to afford other necessities such as food, transportation, and healthcare.
Our average household earns less than $17,000 a year. In neighborhoods where two and three bedroom homes are rare, CHH works to develop large units for families. Nearly a quarter of our residents are children.
60% of CHH residents earn less than 30% of the area median income (AMI); 33% earn between 30% and 60% of AMI; 7% earn between 60% and 80% of AMI. CHH buildings have apartments set aside for individuals who are disabled or require attention for special needs such as mental illness, alcohol and drug abuse, or developmental disabilities.
April Kim moved into her new home at 12th Avenue Arts in October 2014. Before that she was living in Federal Way with her large extended family, and commuting 3-4 hours a day to her job in Seattle. Now she lives close to work and finally has the time to pursue her passion of photography.[Read More]
Kimberly Early was a single mother on welfare, trying to live on $400 a month while raising a small child in Seattle. She dreamed of finding a well-paying job that allowed her to be self-sufficient. But trapped between the demands of raising a child, paying for daycare and looking for a job, she could not even afford basic needs. [Read More]
The resident services team leads community building activities at many of our buildings and connects CHH tenants to supportive services and resources that can assist them in achieving long-term housing stability and self-sufficiency. [Learn more]