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A program supported by Building Changes leaps into action to help a mother secure a steady job and keep her family housed.

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Important bills supporting homeless students and tenants' rights passed, but the Legislature missed an opportunity to invest in family homelessness.

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In a Seattle Times Op-Ed, Building Changes Executive Director Helen Howell shares encouraging results tied to three specific strategies: Rapid Re-Housing, Supportive Housing and Diversion.

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Washington’s legislative session ends on Thursday, March 10. There’s a lot at stake for young people and families experiencing homelessness.

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Enhanced data analytics help us understand the needs of families facing homelessness—and allow us to advocate more effectively on their behalf.

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We are excited to do our part to help build on the growing movement for addressing youth and young adult homelessness in Washington.

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Washington Youth & Families Fund awards first-ever grants targeted for youth and young adults experiencing homelessness.

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Learn how "diversion"—a flexible combination of financial assistance, housing search, mediation and creative problem solving—helped a young family get back on its feet and into stable housing.

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Organization extends reach so that everyone in Washington can be stably housed, welcomes Helen Howell as its new Executive Director.

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Tuesday, September 8 2015

We've Moved!

Building Changes joins other nonprofit tenants in Beacon Hill's landmark Pacific Tower.

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