With Seattle’s first 24-hour shelter for the homeless set to open, local officials now have to determine whether it will help reduce homelessness.
Around $30 million in money planned for services for the homeless has been put out for competitive bidding.
The Seattle Times is joining other media in featuring coverage about homelessness on Wednesday. Get up to speed on the crisis here.
Even after being placed in a rapid rehousing program, a local single father figured he’d have to hustle to find housing in King County. Two...
A similar plan for the former Army installation was blocked by area residents, who favored development of the site as a park.
Nearly 22,000 homeless people were counted during January’s annual tally. Advocates for the homeless and officials working to end homelessness all point to rising rents...