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The Low Income Housing Institute develops, owns and operates housing for the benefit of low-income, homeless and formerly homeless people in Washington State; advocates for just housing policies at the local and national levels; and administers a range of supportive…

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Your support makes a world of difference in the lives of homeless people.  Donations support these crucial programs: Tiny Houses:  move people from unsafe street camping into a warm, safe, supportive community. Urban Rest Stops:  provide showers, laundry and other…

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All housing applications for LIHI properties are handled by the staff at the individual properties, and all inquiries should be made to them.  There is no centralized list or application process. LIHI Vacancies:  Click to view rentals available right now. …

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LIHI’s Tiny House Program Featured in Wall Street Journal Article and Video

Going small is a “low-cost and quick” way to put a short-term roof over people’s heads, especially in cities where rents are high and affordable housing takes a long time to build, said Sharon Lee, executive director of the nonprofit Low Income Housing Institute, which manages five sites in Seattle with a total of 120 tiny houses.

Give Big May 10th!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Preschedule your gift starting April 27

Othello Village Gets Heat!

“This is the first time I’ve had a door and heat in six years.”

LIHI’s Tiny House Program Featured in Wall Street Journal Article and Video

Going small is a “low-cost and quick” way to put a short-term roof over people’s heads, especially in cities where rents are high and affordable housing takes a long time to build, said Sharon Lee, executive director of the nonprofit Low Income Housing Institute, which manages five sites in Seattle with a total of 120 tiny houses.

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Give Big May 10th!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Preschedule your gift starting April 27

Learn More

Othello Village Gets Heat!

“This is the first time I’ve had a door and heat in six years.”

Learn More