Multifaith Housing Program, Multifaith Works, provides low-cost independent community housing in five locations: Beacon Hill, Ravenna, Capitol Hill, Rainier Valley, and South Seattle. Each home offers dignity and quality of life for people disabled by AIDS.
All homes are conveniently located near major bus lines. The homes offer safe, supportive environments, and all have a live-in House Manager who is a Multifaith Works staff member. Volunteers are also available to assist with non-judgmental practical and emotional support, particularly through the Multifaith Works Shanti and AIDS CareTeam programs. Support for people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction is also available.
In each home, residents have their own private secure rooms in addition to general use of the household, bathroom, living room, kitchen and yard space. Space permitting, all houses are open to partners and small family units.
Rooms are furnished with a bed and other furniture, but residents may also bring their own furnishings. Each home is wired for cable and phone. Pets are allowed, space permitting. All homes are drug and alcohol-free. Rent is $150 per month, plus incidentals.
How to Apply
To apply for housing, individuals must obtain a referral through the Lifelong AIDS Alliance Housing Department.
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Beacon House is a warm, comfortable home on Beacon Hill and can house 4 residents.
Ravenna House, North of the University District, is a spacious house for 7 residents.
Gwen Beighle House, named for the founder of Multifaith Works and located on Capitol Hill, provides housing for up to 5 residents.
Hill House, is a comfortable home located across the street from Beacon House and houses 5 residents.
Casa Luis is an apartment building established specifically for persons living with AIDS who speak Spanish.