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Impatient Optimists, 7/16/14

David Wertheimer, Deputy Director of the Pacific Northwest initiative at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, reflects on the links between economic security and housing stability in the work to end homelessness, citing successful local and national efforts including Building Changes' Housing and Employment Navigator model.

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Local organizations joined First Lady Trudi Inslee for a day of learning about youth and family homelessness and collective efforts to work across systems.

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Your gift will create solutions that get kids and families back into homes quickly.

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Through LAP, Building Changes is helping develop strong leaders to sustain our communities’ progress and momentum in ending family homelessness.

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Funding for rapid re-housing and training has now been expanded to all 39 counties in Washington State.

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A list of key priorities impacting housing and homelessness.

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NW News Network, 3/11/14

A family helped by Tacoma Housing Authority's McCarver Elementary School Program is highlighted. The unique program received funding from Building Changes through a Washington Families Fund Systems Innovation Grant award.

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State lawmakers are battling to find a way to pass ESHB 2368, which would prevent the sunsetting of document recording fees.

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Declan Wynne of Sound Mental Health will join Building Changes in early February as a director.

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Seattle Times columnist Lance Dickie sees reason for optimism in "smart, data-driven efforts" like King County's Rapid Rehousing for Families pilot program.

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