Interfaith Coalition

Transitional Housing
Bellingham, WA
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910 14th St
Bellingham, WA - 98225

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About Interfaith Coalition

Interfaith Coalition is a community of many faiths working together to eliminate homelessness and poverty in Whatcom County.

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

Mission Statement: Our member congregations collaborate to fill gaps in human services and to meet housing and other needs of marginalized people.

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  1. I am homeless and disabled amd a recovering addict. I know how to stay clean its just really difficult without housing. A safe zone....a home. I am a constant relapser and I believe its situational and will change once i can secure some housing. I have been homeless since about Feb. 2009 posted May 25, 2019
  2. I just got out of treatment for dosa and I need sober living posted June 18, 2019
  3. I'm jobless. And homeless.. I've been homeless for about a year. I've been staying with a family member because me and my son had fled an abusive situation. posted August 3, 2019
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