Housing Services

Due to the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation, current services may be limited in nature.

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Reliable Enterprises offers a variety of housing-related services

Reliable Enterprises is committed to providing housing to at risk populations in Lewis County and helping to end the housing crisis affecting our community. As the leading provider of permanent supportive housing in Lewis County, Reliable Enterprises maintains over 120 units spread over 8 properties. 

At risk populations include homeless adults and families, individuals with a disability or mental health diagnosis, homeless veterans, and recently released young adults. 

Why Permanent Supportive Housing

According to Opening Doors, a federal strategic plan to prevent and end homelessness (see Objectives 3 and 4 on pdf pages 40-45), the “most successful intervention for ending chronic homelessness is Permanent Supportive Housing, which couples Permanent Supportive Housing with supportive services that target the specific needs of an individual or family.”

According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, it’s estimated that costs on average are reduced by nearly half when a chronically homeless person is placed in supportive housing.

Success begins at home when children are housed in stable housing, they are more likely to succeed in school.

Housing Properties

  • Magnolia Place
  • Reliable Place
  • Reliable Homes
  • Washington House
  • Mt. Vista Apartments
  • Mt. Vista Duplex
  • Mt. Vista House
  • Christopherson House

New Development and Housing Resource


Reliable Enterprises is excited operate our newest housing complex, Reliable Homes, on Harrison Ave in Centralia. In May 2016, we were awarded $6.9 million in federal tax credit financing through the Washington State Housing Finance Commission to complete the housing project. Together with a $1.58 million grant we were awarded in 2015, the Reliable Place housing project began construction in the fall of 2016 and was completed in 2017. The apartments houses 35 single veterans, homeless, and individuals with developmental and mental health disabilities.

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Housing applications can be downloaded here: