Share Vancouver

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2306 NE Andresen Rd
Vancouver, WA - 98661

  • (360) 952-8213

About Share Vancouver

Last-Modified: 2020-06-30 05:24:56

The HEN program assists people who qualify through the Department of
Social & Human Services and who have been determined to be
temporarily unable to work due to a mental health or physical health
issue. This program is for single individuals only.

The program can provide support in the form of rent assistance, as well
as personal hygiene products and cleaning supplies. There are no cash
benefits available.

Hotel/Motel Rental Agreements in Allowable Rent Assistance:
Grantees may use HEN funds to pay for rent per a rental agreement with
hotel/motels for temporarily housing people who are homeless. The
hotel/motel room should be considered a short term measure while a more
permanent housing solution is identified. The cost should be close to
the budgeted amount grantees determined for homeless rents.

Documentation that must be provided by the client:
    Rental Agreement
    Lease
    Certification from friend/family of a payment obligation
    Pay/Vacate Notice
    Eviction Notice
    Certification from friend/family of potential eviction
Mission Statement: Share’s mission is to lead the hungry and homeless to self-sufficiency by providing food, shelter, housing, education, advocacy and compassion through the strength of our community.

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3 Reviews of Share Vancouver

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Feb 18, 2021

My mother is in need of rental assistance. She is on social security disability. She gets $720 a month from social security. Thank you for any assistance you can provide.

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Mar 29, 2021

I am 64 yrs old and told they are selling the house in 3 months. I need a place to live. I make 700 on ss each month, 2 small cat and dog.

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Apr 27, 2021

I hope you guys are doing deep background checks and home visits before placing people in nice neighborhoods where there is small children outside playing. I don’t think it’s right to place people with mental health problems or people with any relations to mental health in a neighborhood where we have kids and it’s safe and clean like I don’t understand the community it’s just not ok.

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