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A New Year, A New You!

A New Year, A New You!

The new year has arrived, but it’s not too late to work on a new year’s resolution! Kathy, a Mercy Housing Northwest resident in Everett, has struggled with her weight for years. As she has gotten older, Kathy has been plagued by arthritis, diabetes, and a knee injury. Luckily, when MHNW’s Resident Services Coordinator (RSC), … Continue reading

Stability in a Time of Uncertainty

Stability in a Time of Uncertainty

In this post-election period, our country is in a time of great uncertainty. As we reflect upon the election and its aftermath, we reaffirm our commitment to all the people we serve. We provide housing and services for people with limited income, for immigrants, for people of every race, ethnicity, and cultural background, for the … Continue reading

Changes are Under Way in Snohomish and Lake Stevens

Changes are Under Way in Snohomish and Lake Stevens

Together with the changing colors of autumn, two Mercy Housing Northwest properties are also experiencing significant change! A six-month rehabilitation project commenced in August at MHNW’s Lake Village East and Woodlake Manor properties in Snohomish and Lake Stevens. These homes are undergoing both interior and exterior renovations. The project consists of five phases, each of … Continue reading

The Spirit of Thanksgiving: Meet Robert

The Spirit of Thanksgiving: Meet Robert

Last December, Mercy Housing staff from Resident Services and Property Management paid a visit to the Seattle hospital intensive care unit to help Robert, a potential resident, with his application for residency in the brand new wing of our property in Tacoma, WA. As our staff got to know Robert more during their one-on-one session … Continue reading

2015 Annual Report Available

The 2015 Mercy Housing Annual Report is now available! At Mercy Housing, we recognize that safe, affordable, service-enriched housing helps people invest in themselves and their communities. On behalf of our eight Sponsor Communities, our Board of Trustees, and everyone who works at Mercy Housing, we thank you. Thank you to our donors, financial partners, … Continue reading

Mercy Housing Northwest celebrates the start of construction of Mercy Othello Plaza—108 family rental homes in Rainier Valley

Mercy Housing Northwest celebrates the start of construction of Mercy Othello Plaza—108 family rental homes in Rainier Valley

Mercy Housing Northwest, one of the region’s largest not-for-profit affordable housing providers, hosted a celebration event at noon on Thursday to mark the start of construction of Mercy Othello Plaza. Bill Rumpf, Regional President, was the Master of Ceremony. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, King County Executive Dow Constantine, Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff and community leaders joined Mercy Housing staff in the celebration. Continue reading