11012 Canyon Rd. E. Ste 8, Box 137, Puyallup, WA 98373, US

(253) 380-5618

the official website for Lesta Rogers housing organization

the official website for Lesta Rogers housing organization

the official website for Lesta Rogers housing organizationthe official website for Lesta Rogers housing organization

Our Services

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Housing / Bed Space

We provide high quality stable transitional clean & sober shared living space in many different houses throughout Pierce County with bed space for approximately 150 beds.   Space may be available for qualified individuals re-entering the community from incarceration or outpatient substance abuse programs. Our houses are approved by Washington State Department of Corrections (DOC). We accept both men and women residents on a case by case bases. However, we do not accept women or men with children. Some of our houses are co-ed, but men and women do not share rooms. Rooms accommodating of one to four residents are available. Residents share kitchens, bathrooms and living rooms in each house. 



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Rent / Fees

  • Rent ranges from $425 to $500 a month.
  • Rent will be pro-rated based on the day a resident moves into a house.
  • A onetime $200 non-refundable move-in fee is required to cover holding a space, bedding and cleanup. 
  • The term of tenancy runs month-to-month with the rent due by the 6th of each month
  • There is a $15 late fee for rent paid after the due date.
  • A written 14 day notice of intent to vacate is requested before moving out of a house. 

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Veterans

If you are a honorably discharged veteran, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) may be able to provide assistance with your housing needs. Please contract your local VA for more information.  www.va.gov  "Housing Assistance" is under the "VA Benefits" tab. 

Applying for Bed Space

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Rental Application

To apply for bed space a "Rental Application" form must be filled out and sent to Lesta Rogers for consideration. If the individual requesting bed space is currently under community supervision or is incarcerated, the "Authorization for Release of Information" form must be filled out, signed and returned with the application.  Mailing address is located under the Contact Us tab.  


A copy of this form can be printed by clicking the file in the Downloads section below. 

Rental Agreement

A "Rental Agreement" must be filled out , signed and returned with the application. This agreement includes a copy of the house rules. 

Also included with the agreement is a copy of: 

       - Terms of Eviction 

       - Consent for Alcohol/Drug Testing  

Please note that by signing the Rental agreement it is mutually agreed that due to the nature of this type of housing the Landlord-Tenant laws do not apply. 


A copy of this form can be printed by clicking the file in the Downloads section below. 

House Rules

All residents must abide by the house rules listed in the "Rental Agreement" as well as any rules posted in the house or eviction will occur. 


A copy of the rules can be printed by clicking Rental Agreement  in the Downloads section below. 

Terms of Eviction

If you are evicted for any reason , you will be allowed to pack your belongings, turn in your keys and be escorted from the premises by either the house manager and/or the owner. Your personal items may be stored for later pickup if you do not have a way to transport them at this time. Your belongings will be stored for no more than two weeks unless special arrangements have been made, No unused rent money will be refunded as a result of an eviction.  


A copy of these terms can be printed by clicking Rental Agreement file in the Downloads section below. 

Drug/Alcohol Testing

Residents are subject to random drug & alcohol tests at anytime while residing in any of our houses. We have a zero policy for drug & alcohol use while staying in any of  our houses.  You must complete the consent form included with the "Rental Agreement".   


A copy of this form can be printed by clicking Rental Agreement file in the Downloads section below. 

Freedom Bags

Most of our incoming residents come to us with little to nothing in the way of personal items. Freedom bags are given to new residents as they move into our houses. These bags contain various essentials such as: socks, towels, wash cloths, toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss, shampoo, saving cream, disposal razors, antiperspirant/deodorant, soap, Q-tips, bandages,  nail care set, coffee mug and chewing gum.