This menu provides a list of the key documents. Those interested in joining, and becoming a member (program participant), can download and complete the “Prescreening Questionnaire” and give it to your KCR Housing Solutions Center navigator or email it to admin@kitsaphoc.org.

When the Questionnaire is approved, the interested person can download and complete the Program Application and submit it to Kitsap Homes of Compassion by emailing it to admin@kitsaphoc.org or by sharing it with your KCR Housing Solutions Center navigator.

Prescreening Questionnaire – This is a 1-page questionnaire a perspective participant must complete in order to be able to apply. There is no cost to submit this questionnaire.

Program Application – This is a short, 2-page application. This must submitted with the $20 criminal background check fee. Click here to download a copy for your records.

Resident Lease Agreement – This is the contract that each member signs to become a member and live in the shared home. This agreement is the legal basis governing the details of their participation in the program and being a member in the home (joining the “KHOC family”) is part of that program.

House Rules – These are the rules that all members of the program agree to abide by when living in a KHOC home.

Volunteer Application Want to get involved? Please fill out this form so we can find the best place for you to help out.

Are you a landlord? Email admin@kitsaphoc.org to receive more information on how to work with KHOC!


Sliding Scale Monthly Fee – The below table shows a sample how the monthly fee for a room changes with income (fee includes all utilities, cable & internet). Actual room rates vary depending on the lease cost of individual house in question. 

Monthly fee for standard size
private bedroom

 

Monthly Income Range
of Participant

$500/mo

$700 (min. req) to $999/mo

$550/mo

$1,000 to $1,299/mo


                  $600/mo

$1,300 and above/mo

 (Most rooms are “standard size” and private (individual) rooms. Some houses have shared rooms with two people to a room, which are cheaper. Some houses have a large master bedroom with private bathroom, which are $100/mo more expensive.)