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TR’s Yancy Street Project receives funding! Our CEO, Darcell (center), attended a press conference with the Mayor for the official announcement of funding from the City of Seattle’s Office of Housing. *Note: the rendering in the photo above does not reflect the final project design.*

Yancy Street Project

Transitional Resources provides comprehensive services to adults in King County living with the most serious and persistent forms of mental illness. The key to our work is our innovative pairing of behavioral health services with permanent, affordable housing. This combination helps us break the homelessness and hospitalization cycle and allows our clients to live successfully in the community.

Yancy Street PSH will provide 44 new homes for people with behavioral health needs who are transitioning from homelessness, hospitals, or other treatment settings.

We are developing this project on property Transitional Resources has previously leased for many years as shared housing. For this new project, each resident with a private apartment with access to a shared community room and outdoor amenity space. Supportive housing staff will available on-site 24 hours per day. Residents can engage in comprehensive behavioral health services provided at our nearby behavioral health offices and be part of a great neighborhood with excellent transit and a supportive community.


We will continue to update this page as the project progresses.

Project Partners:

Thank you to our wonderful community partners who are helping make this project possible:

Project Updates:

Yancy Street Project Open House Notification

Over the past year, we have been keeping the community apprised of our plans to redevelop three shared houses at 2811, 2821 and 2827/2829 SW Yancy St into small apartment buildings, providing studio apartments for people with behavioral health needs who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. We are pleased to report that