Seattle and King County are 31 months into a declared state of emergency on homelessness, and, except for a few bright spots, the crisis has gotten worse. See how it's changing in your neighborhood.
Council President Bruce Harrell announced the creation of a new council committee on homelessness and housing affordability Wednesday.
Diversion programs connect clients to one-time financial help, instead of a prolonged subsidy, to secure housing. It is low-cost, and advocates believe it can reduce...
A King County court program that reunites families separated by addiction found that homelessness is a common theme.
As homeless tent camps move into Seattle’s beloved parks, volunteer stewards are caught between competing values.
The team will grow from 22 members to approximately 30, with the help of $500,000 from King County and the state.
Clay and I were a lot alike in high school, but when we parted ways for college, our lives went dramatically different directions. This is...
Almost 500 of your questions have poured in since we launched Ask Project Homeless six weeks ago. Now, it’s time to choose which one you...