Eviction Prevention

It can be scary knowing you may be evicted soon.  We want to help you maintain your housing and stabilize your living situation.

Missed rent payments, a dispute with your landlord, or other difficulties may have put your housing at risk. At Wellspring Family Services, we can provide financial assistance for low-income families and individuals living in King County as well as advocacy, eviction prevention, and housing stability services to those who qualify.


To Get Started - Eviction Prevention

Who is Eligible

We welcome low-income families and individuals living in Seattle and King County who are experiencing the possible loss of permanent housing.  To be eligible you must:

  • Live within Seattle City limits or King County in rental housing
  • Be considered low income
  • Provide a lease agreement that includes the name of the person seeking rent assistance
  • Be at high risk of losing your housing
  • Have proof of an eviction notice or letter from your landlord

Next Steps

If you meet these criteria, please call 206-902-4275 ext. 292 on the first and third Tuesday of the month starting at 10 a.m. until the program is full. 

If you are not connected directly with one of our Housing Specialists, you will either:

  1. be placed in line on the phone queue and calls are answered one at a time until the program is full or
  2. hear a message that the program is currently full. 

All calls are screened for eligibility and for those most at-risk of becoming homeless.If the program is full, you may try again on the following intake date (1st or 3rd Tuesday of the month) starting at 10 a.m..