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The Seattle Times, 5/12/11

An editorial by columnist Lance Dickie focuses on building momentum for clean energy and infrastructure investments, drawing parallels with current efforts by homeless advocates in Washington State to streamline services, leverage funds, and support the neediest.

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Crosscut, 5/8/11

Judy Lightfoot reports on Governor Gregoire signing into law a bill that will streamline access to services for homeless families and individuals. Working together with our advocacy partners, Building Changes led the effort to enact the legislation.

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Nonprofits participating in Building Changes' Economic Opportunities Initiatve are making impressive progress during challenging times.

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On May 3rd, Governor Chris Gregoire signed into law a bill that will help homeless families and individuals quickly connect to the support they need.

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This six-month follow-up to a baseline assessment shows how Washington Families Fund programs and services are impacting families who are struggling with chronic homelessness.

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The Kitsap Sun, 4/6/11

A new partnership led by West Sound Treatment Center and funded through a $400,000 grant from Building Changes aims to serve the most vulnerable homeless families in the community.

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New report reveals impact of state budget cuts on racial and ethnic minorities.

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New Washington Families Fund grants go to rural communities serving families struggling with homelessness.

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The Seattle Times, 3/17/11

An editorial by columnist Lance Dickie applauds Building Changes and other organizations fighting homelessness that are applying creative, pragmatic solutions to persistent problems to stretch scarce dollars, save money, and help more people.

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"Ending Family Homelessness in Washington State: An Emerging Approach" was released by Building Changes in February 2011.

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