T. C. Spirit Village

612 22nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
Opened:  April 2020
Property Owner:  The Christ Spirit Church

Staff:
Special Project Manager: Deanna James-Lopez
Case Manager: Erica Merritt

In response to Seattle Mayor Durkan’s Proclamation of Civil Emergency in the fight against COVID-19, the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) opened T. C. Spirit Village in collaboration with The Christ Spirit Church and the Seattle Human Services Department.

T. C. Spirit Village has 28 tiny houses; a community kitchen, a hygiene building with restrooms, showers, and laundry, staff and counseling offices, and a security pavilion. There is 24/7 staffing and case management on-site to help up to 32 residents obtain housing, employment, health care, education, and other services.

Members of The Christ Spirit Church provide donations, services, food and other support: “We The Christ Spirit Church are our brother’s keeper. We have been longtime advocates for ending homelessness, and this is an opportunity to continue in collaboration with LIHI and the City,” stated Rev. Willie Seals.

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Thank you to the many volunteers that helped set up the village in record time!

T. C. Spirit Village Media
Seattle PI: ‘A door with a lock and a window for light’: Tiny houses open in Seattle during coronavirus outbreak
South Seattle Emerald: Tiny Homes Open for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness Amid Coronavirus

Community Advisory Committee: 
Come back soon for updates!

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