New Pride Place Workshops

We expect to see apartments fill up quickly, which is why we’re offering application workshops in advance! These sessions will guide you through the application process, eligibility, and requirements. 

There will be volunteers present to help get you connected with a guide who can assist you in learning the application process, eligibility criteria, and more. 

Pride Place Applications will open on June 15

Get started with the leasing packet with:

  • Pride Place Overview and FAQs
  • Eligibility and Screening Criteria
  • Application Process Outline
  • Household and Income AMI Information
  • ‘What to bring when you apply.’

Don’t miss out!

Register at and get started with the kind of documents and information you’ll see during the application process, and have time to discuss at the workshops. 

We’re here to help you every step of the way toward your new home at Pride Place.

More info on Pride Place can be found at:

For questions or more information, contact us at (206) 393-3400 Ext. 2 or email us at

If you are a social worker and would like to be involved or offer your assistance, please get in touch with us by emailing

Upcoming Workshop Schedule: 

Saturday, June 3, 3 – 5:00 pm

L.E.M.S Bookstore

5023 Rainier Ave S. Seattle, WA 98118

Wednesday, June 7, 3:30 – 5:30 pm

Senior Center of West Seattle

4217 SW Oregon St Seattle, WA 98116

Saturday, June 10, 3 – 5:00 pm

L.E.M.S Bookstore

5023 Rainier Ave S. Seattle, WA 9811


We will be partnering with POCAAN (People of Color Against Aids Network) during our workshops on June 3 and 10.

Established in 1987, POCAAN is a multicultural, multi-social service agency serving marginalized communities in Seattle and greater King County, including Latino, Black, Asian/Pacific Islander, and Native Americans. For many years our work has been rooted in HIV/AIDS prevention, but it has grown with the understanding that related issues such as substance abuse, incarceration, homelessness, sexually transmitted diseases, racism, sexism, and homophobia also contribute to community marginalization and health disparities.

Can’t make it to one of our workshops?

We have a recorded presentation and PDF to help you get started!

Navigate to to view the video and download the PDF.

GenPride Programs and Services are made possible and remain free to the community through funding from the King County Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services Levy and the City of Seattle.

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