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Our members are our driving force for social change!

As a Housing Alliance member, you are a part of the leading statewide advocacy organization—a powerful coalition of individuals and organizations fighting for equitable housing policies and affordable homes for everyone in Washington. Our members bring their expertise to our advocacy, and help us grow the movement for housing justice. Your financial support ensures we can keep securing funding for the Housing Trust Fund, expand resources to solve homelessness, and increasing housing stability for people across Washington.  

Types of Membership 

The Housing Alliance is a statewide membership organization with approximately 140 organizational members and an advocacy network of 8,000+ individuals. We have two types of organizational memberships, which came about through a merger with our state homelessness coalition in 2011. 

  1. Organizational members are primarily nonprofit organizations that provide housing or services, but include some local governments, faith groups, and for-profit affordable housing vendors. This is the Housing Alliance’s historical membership base. We have a rolling membership year. For example, if an organization joins March 1, we invite them to renew by March 1 the following year. Join now!

  1. We also have a county homelessness network membership structure where each organization that administers state homelessness funding is asked to contribute ½ of 1 percent of their Consolidated Homeless Grant (CHG) funds to the Housing Alliance to support statewide advocacy. These include county government and nonprofit entities and memberships are based on the state fiscal year (July 1 – June 30). Each organization that participates may designate someone to serve on our Homelessness Advisory Committee. Join now!

  2. You can also advance the movement for housing justice by joining the Housing Alliance as an individual member. Join now!

Organizational Members

County Homelessness Network Members

All Saints Community Services

Benton County Department of Human Services

Association of Manufactured Home Owners 

Blue Mountain Action Council

Attain Housing

City of Wenatchee

A Way Home Washington

Family Crisis Network

Bailey-Boushay House

Grant County

Beacon Development Group, LLC

Kitsap County

Bremerton Housing Authority

Lewis County Public Health and Social Services

BRIDGE Housing

Opportunity Council

Building Changes

Pacific County Public Health and Human Services Dept.

Community Roots Housing (formerly Capitol Hill Housing)

Rural Resources Community Action - Housing

Catholic Charities: Eastern Washington

Skagit County

Catholic Charities: Central Washington

Thurston County Public Health and Social Services

Catholic Charities Housing Services

Walla Walla County Department of Community Health

Catholic Charities: Western Washington, King County

Washington Gorge Action Programs

Chelan Douglas Community Action Council

Whatcom County Health Department

Chief Seattle Club

Whitman Community Action Center

City of Seattle Office of Housing

Yakima County Department of Human Service

CJK Community Homes


Coalition Ending Gender Based Violence


Cocoon House


Community Action Council of Lewis, Mason, & Thurston Counties


Community Action of Skagit County


Community Frameworks


Council for the Homeless


Department of Commerce




Disability Rights Washington


Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County


Enterprise Community Partners


environmental WORKS


Faith Action Partners for Housing


Family Support Center of South Sound




Frontier Behavioral Health


Gilvar Consulting Services


Goodwill Industries of the Inland NW


Habitat for Humanity Seattle King County


Homes First!




Housing Authority of Bellingham and Whatcom


Housing Authority of the City of Bellingham


Housing Authority of the City of Walla Walla


Housing Authority of Clallam County


Housing Authority of Grant County


Housing Authority of Grays Harbor


Housing Authority of Whatcom County


Housing Consortium of Everett & Snohomish County


Housing Development Consortium of Seattle - King County


Housing Resources Bainbridge


Housing Opportunities of SW WA


Imagine Housing


Inland Empire Residential Resources


Interfaith Works


Interim CDA


King County Housing and Community Development


King County Housing Authority


Kitsap Community Resources


Kitsap Mental Health Services


Kulshan Community Land Trust




League of Women Voters


Lopez Island Community Land Trust


Low Income Housing Institute


Lower Columbia Community Action Program


Lydia Place


Mason County Opportunities for Students in Transition (HOST)


Mental Health Housing Foundation


Mercy Housing Northwest


Multi-Service Center


Muslim Housing Services


Neighborhood House


Next Step Housing


NeighborWorks of Grays Harbor County


Northwest Cooperative Development Center


Northwest Hospitality


Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing


Okanogan Behavioral Healthcare Okanogan County Community Action Council


Opal Community Land Trust


OPEIU Local 8


Opportunity Council


Peninsula Poverty Response


Pioneer Human Services


Plymouth Housing Group


Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action


REACH Community Development


Real Change


Renton Housing Authority


Resolution to End Homelessness


Rod's House


Rural Community Assistance Corporation


Salazar Architect


The Salvation Army - Northwest Division


San Juan Community Home Trust


Seattle Housing Authority


Seattle King County Coalition on Homelessness


Share Vancouver


Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services


Solid Ground


South East Effective Development


Spokane Housing Authority


Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners


Tenants Union of Washington State


The Arc of King County


The Mockingbird Society


Transitions UnitedHealthcare Community Plan WA


Vancouver Housing Authority


Vision House Volunteers of America Eastern WA & Northern ID


Washington Community Reinvestment Association 


Washington Kids in Transition


Washington State Community Action Partnership


Washington State Housing Finance Commission


Women's Resource Center





Stay Informed: 

  • During legislative session, our weekly legislative update will give you an insider’s perspective from the halls of the state capitol on how our budget and policy priorities are faring.

  • We share resources and reports from national partners, and we’re here year-round to answer your policy and advocacy questions and keep you updated on policy developments.

  • Each summer, our members get a first look at the coming year’s legislative priorities and an opportunity to help set the Housing Alliance’s agenda during our Statewide Listening Tour.


  • Participate in regular webinars, member calls, and live-streamed panel discussions to learn the latest on housing and homelessness issues. Topics range from effective advocacy to specific programs and funding.
  • We dive deep into equity to expand each other’s understanding of how the issues and solutions impact people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQI+ people, and other communities who disproportionately experience housing instability.


  • Our action alerts distill the latest developments into clear, effective messages to lawmakers so you can advocate with confidence and be a part of impacting policy change or securing funding for affordable homes.
  • Whether it’s engaging your staff, board, or residents, we can provide additional tools and support to help you make a difference. Member organizations can request legislative briefings and advocacy trainings from our knowledgeable staff any time of year.
  • Participate in Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day in Olympia, and join us for our Annual Member Meeting at the end of the year to celebrate our progress and get ready for the next legislative session.

Conference Discounts: 

  • Your membership entitles you to $100 off each registration to the virtual Conference on Ending Homelessness, October 6 and 7. The conference brings together over 750 people from across the state for learning, networking, advocacy, and community building opportunities, and is the largest provider of continuing education credits for service providers in the state.
  • Housing Alliance members also get a special joint registration discount to attend Housing Washington' s virtual conference on October 5 and 6.

Suggested Dues: 

Suggested Membership dues

Join us today!  For more information, please call the Housing Alliance at 206.442.9455 or email Itzchel Bazan at

To join or renew your membership online, please visit

Organizational Members and county Homelessness Network Members are listed below. Names in bold are larger organizations that contribute at a higher dues level. We are grateful for their generosity and consider them our Partner in Advocacy!