Roni Freund (509) 423-7429
Website and Rental Times
Attorney Rani Sampson
(509) 663-5588 x 108
Drug Task Force: 509 664-2310
HUD’s Fair Housing 1-800-877-0246
Spokane HUD/Fair Housing Office
Meth Hotline – Northwest High Intensity Drug Trafficking
MOCO Tenant Screening
www.moco-inc.com 800-814-8213 / fax 800-257-8893
Newsletter Editor: Roni Freund, firstname.lastname@example.org 509 423-7429
Welfare Fraud 509-662-0511
Chet Baldwin, 360 688-4588 email@example.com
WLA Board Representative: Dawna Nelson
Legislative Contacts to voice your concerns or opinions (click here).
When you learn of activities at your properties that involved law enforcement, you can request a record of the report from Rivercom.
Members can read the current issue of the Rental Times Newsletter, and archives back to January 2011
Download or order copies of “Renovate Right” and “A Brief Guide to Mold” publications from the EPA
Resources for landlords and tenants, including those experiencing homelessness.
Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center –
Jennifer Talbot (509) 888-0957
Operating Eviction Resolution Program – landlords who are experiencing financial hardship and / or tenants who are worried about eviction. BRIDGE program is over – the Eviction Resolution Program is the current program to help landlords and tenants
Wenatchee Housing Authority – (509) 663-7421
66 units of affordable housing in Entiat – starting construction. Adding 8 units to Garden House, Finishing up the Section 8 housing list – clients should hear back soon
Cathy Harvey– new Family Self-Sufficiency Coordinator for Section 8
Womens Resource Center – (509) 662-0121
Permanent Supportive Housing – all 20 units in Miller Park have been filled with formerly homeless individuals.
Landlord Tenant Liaison program going really well. Cleared board of those looking for housing
Community Action Council – (509) 662-6156
Rental Assistance Program – have a handful of assistance programs, taking appointments for:
ERAP – Prevention program, qualifier is that they are actively behind in rent, must be owing rent. Wait time for appointment is 24 hours. Low barrier process as they can do appointments over the phone and take verbal statements.
ESG – Prevention program, requirement that they are 15 days from eviction, less low barrier in terms of documentation
CHG, HEN, TBRA vouchers – CAC is working on contacting clients for these programs
Working closely with Catholic Charities to coordinate on clients who are priority
CAC has a hotel room available for emergency purposes, will take someone off the priority list
CAC has energy assistance programs as well for almost every type of utility service
Severe Weather Shelter looking to open Dec 1, 2021 – March 1, 2021 (St. Joseph’s Church) 15 – 20 beds available.
Shelter for both men and women but usually utilized by mostly men, but open for both. Will not turn anyone away.
Catholic Charities – (509) 662-6761
Rosalinda & Jessica – new CE staff. Training is starting for them so please be patient when you call CE Hotline
Wenatchee School District —
509-663-8161 ext 33330 – Cristina Torres Vento, Liaison
Enrolling students in free lunch. Working to keep school stable for families experiencing homelessness, coordinates transportation and extracurricular activities
North Central Educational Services –
Linda McKay- Cell phone: (509)237-9139
Coordinates resources for schools. Liaison for our families in the region. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lighthouse / Gospel House – (509) 888-4864
84 Bed capacity, currently 26 beds are empty
Gospel house is low barrier – No charge for nights
Columbia Valley Community Health Center –
Dr. Batdorf Behavioral Health (509) 662-6000
Mental health / substance use issues often impact those experiencing homelessness, working on getting out in the field and connecting with people directly
SAGE – (509) 663-7446
Have beds available for females and their children who are fleeing domestic violence. 24/7 crisis line.