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We advance strategies to help families and youth move out of homelessness and into stable housing. Learn MoreMore...
Why should homeless service providers care about maternal health and mortality?
Stabilizing pregnant and postpartum moms in housing not only improves their housing outcomes but may also contribute to better maternal health outcomes.// Read more...
System that apportions homeless housing is limiting access for people of color
Citing study, Building Changes calls on communities to reconsider their use of VI-SPDAT standardized assessment tool.// Read more...
Through Schoolhouse Washington, we are working to improve the housing stability and educational outcomes of students experiencing homelessness. // Learn More
From our Library
- Maternal Mortality and Unstable Housing: An Overview of Data and Recommendations from the Washington State Maternal Mortality Review Panel
- Students Experiencing Homelessness in Washington’s K-12 Public Schools: Trends, Characteristics and Academic Outcomes, 2015-2018
- Homeless to Housed in a Hurry: Extending the Use of Diversion to Help Families Exit Homelessness