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Damascus Homes

Transitional Housing
Tukwila , WA
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15604 44th Ave S
Tukwila , WA - 98188

(206) 651-7698 Click to call There are 7 reviews. Scroll down to see them. damascushomeliving@gmail.com Website Go to Facebook

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$500 multi shared rooms, $650 Shared homes, $800 and up for single rooms/ permanent / or transitional homes (13 locations). Social services available, Clothes, Food, Franchise opportunity to own your own group home, and more. Furnished apartment, laundry on site, off-street parking, private bathroom. No Drinking and using drugs, they are TRULY a clean and sober Housing. Except Singles, couples and families. They have several locations to choose from. Beautiful furnished homes. Peaceful Homes Family Atmosphere. Call for an intake or fill out an online application @ wwwdamascushomes.us

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

There are 7 reviews

Anonymous - Apr 30, 2020

I am interested in donating some of my deceased husband's slacks and shirts. Please let me know if this is something you would be interested in. Thank you.

Anonymous - Jun 4, 2020

I need help for apartment...I have a past eviction and that's make it hard for me to rent anywhere near seatac and tukwila area...Please help

Anonymous - Aug 10, 2020

Hello! I am looking for a place for my son who is 28. If he has an address he will be released from prison November 16th. The problem is I live in an RV with my boyfriend and it is too small for another person. I have evictions and it is very hard to find someone who will rent to me. I would buy but my credit rating is 0 for lack of credit. I would like my son to have a stable environment to get a fresh start on his life. Is there any housing that can accommodate these needs? Thank you!

Anonymous - Oct 28, 2020

I am homeless sleeping in my car for the last 7 months I also have mental health issues please help

Anonymous - Nov 27, 2020

I need so badly a place to stay because I'm homeless and have just arrived from Mexico I don't have any other place to stay and I do have urges with alcohol and Other Drugs and I can relapse any time

Anonymous - Dec 19, 2020

im homeless and victim of DV. I need help getting into a studio low rent apt.

Anonymous - Jan 5, 2021

I've been homeless for over 15 months I became disabled in June of 2017 and then after I got out of the hospital 3 months later my wife left me with my 2 kids 14 animals in the house to take care of and I had to learn how to walk all over again I have a serious disability and And do that timeframe I lost my children but I am fighting for them and a very close to getting them if I had a home I could bring my joy babies home they mean the world to me I don't want to live no more without them please help, I only get $950 a month.

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