Supportive Housing

855-360-5478 ext. TRS/TTY:711

Supportive Housing

855-360-5478 ext. TRS/TTY:711

Safe and Affordable Housing in California, Oregon and Washington

Our ministry combines safe and affordable housing with comprehensive support services for people with low incomes. We have 18 supportive housing programs designed for elderly or disabled individuals, or individuals who have been homeless.

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Stories From Our Residents

“The best part of living here is the people are great and there’s a real sense of family. I love my apartment!”
"Living here has changed my life because I am able to relax, enjoy myself and do more for myself than I could before."
“I like all of the different activities at the house...I don’t ever want to leave.”

"It's quiet, the people are very nice and caring and it is a safe place to live. We are so blessed."

Working looking over a housing project

We believe Housing is Health. Because safe, affordable housing is health

Housing is more than just four walls and a roof - it is a chance to live the healthiest life possible. See how Providence Supportive Housing creates community and helps very vulnerable people live to their fullest potential, including seniors and those with disabilities.

Latest News

Providence Alaska House is a Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) project designed to address the needs of elders with significant health conditions who are experiencing homelessness.
Providence Health & Services acquired Cal Anderson House Apartments in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle on Thurs., July 1, 2021.
Learn more about ILFI’s living building challenge contender Providence Generations in Issaquah.
Providence Mother Bernard House will provide 48 rooms for permanent supportive housing for people experiencing homelessness.
Providence Health & Services (PH&S) announces the renovation of the supportive housing community formerly known as the Booth Gardens Apartments
Construction is complete on a significant $15 million refinance and renovation of Providence House in Oakland, California.