We pull together government, philanthropy and nonprofits in a collective effort to impact homelessness. Learn MoreMore...
We advance strategies to help families and youth move out of homelessness and into stable housing. Learn MoreMore...
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...
Single dad finds that housing assistance over the phone can speak volumes
We invest in South Sound 2-1-1 to offer Diversion to families as a method to end their homelessness quickly.// Read more...
Our new data report confirms student homelessness is a statewide issue
Schools located in rural communities have the highest concentration of students experiencing homelessness, outpacing cities.// Read more...
Diversion is a cost-effective, “first response” strategy that engages families early in their housing crisis so they can move quickly to stable housing. // Learn More
Through Schoolhouse Washington, we are working to improve the housing stability and educational outcomes of students experiencing homelessness. // Learn More
Latest from our Library
- 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
- Housing and Employment Navigator: An Innovative Cross-System Model