PC2's HOUSING PROGRAM
PC2's Housing Program is for families with a son or daughter with a developmental disability still living at home and for individuals with a developmental disability. The program is targeted toward first-time home-buyers with an annual income that is 80% or less of the median income (see chart below).
Are you a first-time home-buyer?
Do you have some money for a down payment?
Will you attend home-ownership classes?
Is your total gross annual income less than the
amounts below for your family size?
PC2 will help you learn more about homeownership opportunities and responsibilities through meetings, workshops, mailings, our website, and on an individual basis through phone, email, and on-on-one meetings.
Homebuyer Education & Counseling:
PC2 will provide you with home-buyer education/counseling to help you with decisions you'll
need to make every step of the way.
Down Payment Assistance:
Through grants and loans from various sources, PC2
can help you reduce your monthly loan amount.
Follow-Up / Follow-Along Services:
PC2 will be available to answer our questions and to
help you with any problems you have being a
Contact Dale Golder if you have any questions:
253.564.0707 x 101
Click here to access our program intake packet.
PC2's Housing Program (a program of the Pierce County Coalition for Developmental Disabilities) is committed to assuring the privacy of individuals and/or families who have contacted us for assistance. We realize that the concerns you bring to us are highly personal in nature. We assure you that all information shared both orally and in writing will be managed within legal and ethical considerations. Your "nonpublic personal information," such as your total debt information, income, living expenses, and other personal information concerning your financial circumstances, will be provided to creditors, program monitors, and others only with your authorization and signature on the Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Agreement. We may also use anonymous aggregated case file information for the purpose of evaluating our services, gathering valuable research information, and designing future programs.
Types of information that we gather about you:
Information we receive from you orally, on applications or other forms, such as your name, address, social security number, assets, and income;
Information about your transactions with us, your creditors, or others, such as your account balance, payment history, parties to transactions, and credit card usage; and
Information we receive from a credit reporting agency, such as your credit history.
You may opt-out of certain disclosures:
You have the opportunity to "opt-out" of disclosures of your nonpublic personal information to third parties (such as your creditors), that is, direct us not to make those disclosures.
If you choose to "opt out," we will not be able to answer questions from your creditors. If at any time you wish to change your decision with regards to your "opt-out," you may call us at 253.564.0707 to do so.
Release of your information to third parties:
So long as you have not opted out, we may disclose some or all of the information that we collect, as described above, to your creditors or third parties where we have determined that it would be helpful to you, would aid us in counseling you, or is a requirement of grant awards which make our services possible.
We may also disclose any nonpublic personal information about you or former customers to anyone as permitted by law (e.g. if we are compelled by legal process.)
Within the organization, we restrict access to nonpublic personal information about you to those employees who need to know that information to provide services to you. We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with federal regulations to guard your nonpublic personal information.