Orange Bar | Rental Housing Association | Seattle, WA Accessible Apartments
NAAC maintains the ONLY national database of accessible apartments, with a registration of more than 80,000 units in 50 states. It's a vital resource for the disabled community and an excellent vehicle for apartment owners and managers to effectively market their accessible apartments and reach their target audience.


Orange Bar | Rental Housing Association | Seattle, WA Automated Housing Referral Network
The Automated Housing Referral Network (AHRN.com) is sponsored by the Department of Defense and is designed to improve the process of securing available housing for relocating military members and their families.


Orange Bar | Rental Housing Association | Seattle, WA Crisis Clinic
As a non-profit organization, Crisis Clinic offers an array of support services available to everyone in King County. Telephone services provide immediate, confidential assistance for people in emotional distress and in need of help.


Orange Bar | Rental Housing Association | Seattle, WA HUD – Affordable Apartment Search
To find subsidized apartments in Washington


Orange Bar | Rental Housing Association | Seattle, WA OCHA Free Online Advertising for Seattle Landlords
OCHA is an office within the Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW). This website features a “Housing Wanted” Wiki site that allows future tenants to post their desired living situation, and landlords to search for an appropriate match.


Orange Bar | Rental Housing Association | Seattle, WA Pioneer Human Services
Pioneer Human Services operates over 525 units, of housing in both King and Pierce Counties, offering housing in the cities of Seattle and Downtown Tacoma. Providing different styles of housing to support both families and individuals searching for a safe and affordable residence. Styles of housing include transitional and permanent residences, clean and sober communities and affordable apartments.


Orange Bar | Rental Housing Association | Seattle, WA YMCA Transitions
The YMCA Transitions program is designed to assist moderate- to high-functioning young adults, ages 18 – 23 in King County who are or have been in foster care or out-of-home placement at some time during their adolescence and who need assistance in maintaining stable housing, developing independent living skills, educational support and career development. Various housing options are available depending on the needs of participants ranging from supported host homes to individual apartments, and all participants gain skills through workshops and program staff support.