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Next Generation Zone
901 East 2nd Avenue
Suite 100
Spokane, WA 99202
509-340-7800
jennim@nextgenzone.org

WorkSource Spokane - WorkSource Center Serving Spokane County
130 South Arthur Street
Spokane, WA 99202
509-532-3120
workspokane@esd.wa.gov

Spokane Community College-WorkSource Affiliate Serving Spokane County
1810 North Green Street
Bldg 6; Mail Stop 2063
Spokane, WA 99217
509-533-7249

Are you 55 or older, unemployed and looking for work? The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) can help you get on-the-job training. There are 72 AARP SCSEO locations in which you can contact and get assistance.

For information about jobs, training, career resources, or unemployment benefits call: 1-877-US2-JOBS (1-877-872-5627) or TTY 1-877-889-5627

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      Employment is contingent upon clearance by the Washington State Patrol and the Federal Bureau of Investigation....
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    Washington Buyer Assistance Agencies and Affordable Housing Programs

    HUD Approved Housing and Counseling Agencies for Washington - Want advice on buying a home, renting, default, foreclosure avoidance, credit issues or reverse mortgages? HUD sponsors housing counseling agencies in Washington to provide free or low cost advice.


    Parkview Services, WA - City of Everett Within city limits of Everett - USDA - Up to $45,000 in assistance. Borrower must contribute at least $500 in own funds. Borrower must be an individual with a developmental disability or permanent disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act or have a family member with a disability. Refer to the Down Payment Assistance webpage for additional program information. (Non-Profit )

    Parkview Services, WA - City of Seattle City limits of Seattle - USDA - Up to $45,000 in assistance. Borrower must contribute at least 1% of purchase price or $2,250 whichever is higher. Borrower must be an individual with a developmental disability or permanent disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act or have a family member with a disability. Refer to the Down Payment Assistance webpage for additional program information. (Non-Profit )

    Parkview Services, WA - Housing Trust Fund Snohomish, Skagit, and King Counties - USDA - Up to $45,000 in assistance. Borrower must contribute at least $500 in own funds. Borrower must be an individual with a developmental disability or permanent disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act or have a family member with a disability. Refer to the Down Payment Assistance webpage for additional program information. (Non-Profit )

    Parkview Services, WA - King County King County - USDA - Up to $35,000 in assistance. Borrower must contribute at least $500 in own funds. Borrower must be an individual with a developmental disability or permanent disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act or have a family member with a disability. Refer to the Down Payment Assistance webpage for additional program information. (Non-Profit )

    Parkview Services, WA - Snohomish County Snohomish County, excluding the city limits of Everett, City of Marysville or City of Bothell - USDA - Up to $35,000 in assistance. Borrower must contribute at least $500 in own funds. Borrower must be an individual with a developmental disability or permanent disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act or have a family member with a disability. Refer to the Down Payment Assistance webpage for additional program information. (Non-Profit )

    Pierce County, WA - Down Payment Assistance Program Pierce County, outside the city limits of Tacoma, Lakewood and Bonney Lake - FHA - Up to 3.5% of sales price in assistance. First time homebuyer requirement. Borrower must attend homebuyer education course. Borrower must have at least $1,000 in liquid assets to contribute towards purchase. DTI maximum is 35%/45%. Refer to the Down Payment Assistance webpage for additional program information. (Local GOV Program)



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