Resources For Customers Seeking Assistance
We have compiled the following list of resources for our customers who are currently in need of assistance with more than just their utility bill. Please share this with your neighbors and let us know if you find other resources that we can pass along to those in need.
KCWD90 offers reduced water rates for low-income customers who are 55 years of age or older or those who are totally and permanently disabled. https://www.kcwd90.com/forms/000168.pdf
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
LIHEAP helps low-income households with energy and utility assistance.
Renton Salvation Army
Electric: (425) 255-5969, Ext. 13
Rent: (425) 255-5969, Ext. 14
St. Vincent De Paul
Requests for assistance with rent, utilities, food, etc.
King County Eviction Prevention and Rent Assistance Program (EPRAP)
EPRAP helps those who are at risk of housing instability or homelessness due to financial hardship caused by COVID-19.
King County Department of Community and Human Services (DCHS)
DCHS helps people experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19 who are at risk of housing instability or homelessness.
King County Housing Authority (KCHA)
KCHA provides rental housing and rental assistance.
Belleve LifeSpring helps with food, clothing, and emergency rent assistance.
Disaster Cash Assistance Program (DCAP)
DCAP is available to families or individuals without children who face an emergency and don't have the money to meet their basic needs. This program is available only once within a 12-month period.
To apply online: please visit WashingtonConnection.org and then call (877) 501-2233 to complete the required interview.
To apply by phone: call (877) 501-2233 to complete the entire application process over the phone.
Housing, transportation, family development, financial assistance, employment programs, and five food banks.
Issaquah Community Services (ICS)
Available to residents living within the Issaquah School District. Issaquah Community Services (ICS) helps families with emergency aid to prevent homelessness with rent assistance. It may help pay utility bills, bus tickets and other miscellaneous expenses.
King County 24-Hour Crisis Line
The 24-Hour Crisis Line provides immediate help to individuals, families, and friends of people in emotional crisis. (866) 427-4747
King County Emergency Food Access Resources
Food access programs and services available to King County residents.
Affordable financing for homeowners facing a septic system repair or replacement.
(888) 231-2170, Ext. 125
Saving Water Partnership (SWP)
SWP offers rebates for toilets, kitchen and laundry equipment, and irrigation systems.