HOUSING:

Opportunity Council:

Homeless Housing

Provides support services and housing for families and individuals. Our housing facilities in Island Counties include both short-term housing (30 – 90 days), transitional housing (6 months – 2 years), and permanent housing. Call for more information. Island County- (360) 679-6577 or 1-800-317-5427 

Marjie’s House

A housing facility in Oak Harbor that provides both short-term and transitional housing for women and children. (360) 679-6577 or 1-800-317-5427 (Island County)

Supportive Services for Veteran Familes (SSVF)

The Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program provides housing and support services to those who have served in active military, naval or air service and their families.   The program aims to serve those that are at risk of homelessness or who are homeless.  (360) 679-6577 (Island County)

Eviction-prevention - call for more information

Address: 1791 NE 1st Ave. (P.O. Box 922) Oak Harbor, WA 98277

Phone: (360) 679-6577  or (800) 317-5427

Website: http://www.oppco.org

Housing Authority of Island County:

Phone Number:  (360) 678-4181

6 months to a year waiting list for assistance

Opportunity Council: Saratoga Community Housing (low income housing in Langley): 

Phone Number:  (360) 331–4248

For Teens Only- Ryan's House:

Phone Number:  (206) 356-2405 or (360) 331-4575

Ryan's House has a van that carries supplies and can provide information.  Current schedule for the van is 2-4 PM Monday located at the HUB (Langley United Methodist Church) parking lot, Tues in Coupeville, Thurs in Oak Harbor.  Call for more information.

You can receive help even without being a formal client.  

Ryan's House also offers a Host Family Program, which pairs unaccompanied youth (teens living on their own without shelter) with local families.  Call for more information.

Hearts and Hammers:

Hearts and Hammers of South Whidbey Island is a local non-profit organization that brings together hundreds of volunteers annually to help repair and rehabilitate homes of those who are physically or financially unable to do the work alone.

The annual Hearts and Hammers workday is on the first Saturday of May each year.
A typical volunteer effort would include repairs and renovations possible within the scope of a one day work party; projects such as carpentry, plumbing and electrical repairs, painting, weatherization, roof and gutter repair, yard cleanup, and trash removal, the installation of wheelchair ramps, railings and grab bars.

Homeowners can start signing up for the May work day in October.

If you have an immediate need involving health and safety in your home please call now at (360) 221-6063 and let us know. Hearts and Hammers offers help throughout the year for homeowners with emergency needs who cannot wait for the annual May workday

Phone Number:  (360) 221-6063

Website: www.heartsandhammers.com