Community Action Connections

HOME BASE CONNECTIONS CENTER

Supportive Housing Department

Address:
720 W Court St, Upstairs
Pasco,

Hours: M-F | 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM & 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Phone: (509) 545-4042
(509) 786-3379 - Prosser

Home Base

Community Action Connections

Pasco - 720 W Court St, Upstairs - (509) 545-4042 (8-11:30 AM & 1-4:00 PM)

Prosser - 424 6th St, #2 - (509) 786-3379  Fax # (509) 786-3359

Prosser Hours: Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri. (9:00 AM -12:00 PM & 1-4:00 PM)

CAC has a variety of funding sources for housing assistance each with its own set of eligibility criteria.

All programs at a minimum require documentation that the household lacks both of the following.

  • Sufficient financial resources and
  • Support networks to obtain/retain housing

Services are not guaranteed and subject to funding availability.

Services may include: 

Housing Assistance

CAC has a variety of funding sources for housing assistance, each with its own set of eligibility requirements. Services are not guaranteed and subject to funding availability.

               Must be referred from HRC for programs listed                   

  • Bateman & Choices

Permanent Supportive Housing Program for chronically homeless   individuals. Applicants must be literally homeless, meet HUD’s chronic homeless definition, and have a documented disabling condition

  • Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA)

Transitional Housing Rental Assistance (minimum 91 days to          maximum 24 months) for families with children. Applicants must be literally homeless or at-risk/at-imminent risk of homelessness and the household must include minor children or a pregnant female

  • Young Adult Housing Program (YAHP)

Provides a variety of assistance for Young Adults(18-24) including:

 short-term or medium-term rental assistance to rapidly re-house or to assist those who are literally homeless or at-risk of homelessness.

  • HOPWA/REACH

Assistance to support activities that address the housing needs of

 persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families. Which may also

 include: application fees, first month rent/deposit, short-term rental, mortgage, and utility assistance (STRMU) as well as Tenant Based

 Rental (TBRA). Applicants must be a resident of Benton, Franklin,

Walla Walla, Columbia, Garfield, or Asotin County. Services provided are based on each eligible household’s needs to support housing stability and improve their access to healthcare and supportive services (SS).

  • Housing and Essential Needs (HEN)

Eligibility is determined by DSHS.

Assistance provided may include:  rent/deposit, essential needs,

transportation, and utility assistance to eligible participants. Applicants must be a resident of Benton or Franklin County.

  • EFH/TANF

TANF eligible families with children that are at-imminent risk  or

currently experiencing  literal homelessness and lack the financial

resources and support networks to either maintain their current housing or obtain subsequent housing.

  • CHG

Rental assistance to rapidly re-house individuals and families that are

at-imminent risk  or currently experiencing literal homelessness and lack the financial resources and support networks to obtain subsequent

housing. Provides a variety of assistance, including; deposit assistance, and up to nine (9) months of rental assistance.

  • CDBG

Applicants must be a resident of Benton City, West Richland, Prosser, Connell, Mesa, Basin City or Kahlotus. 

Provides a variety of assistance, including; first month rent/deposit,

short-term rental assistance, application fees, transportation, and utility assistance to eligible participants.