Jan 22 - Featured Story

Why neighborhood-based outreach is the best response to homelessness

Photo credit: Jim Meyers, Vertizon Photography “U District Partnership got a call from a business that a woman was in obvious emotional and mental health...
Nov 07 - Featured Story

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog: With city debating funding for encampment sweeps, business-backed homeless outreach team on Capitol Hill, First Hill and C-ID now complete

REACH has expanded to new neighborhoods, with tailored teams according to each area's needs. We are bringing our essential services and genuine connection with clients...
Sep 24

REACH is seeking an equity plan consultant

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS:  Equity Plan Consultant REACH Program, Evergreen Treatment...
Jun 20

Stories About Home: a night of storytelling from people who know homelessness

A recent storytelling event on the Seattle University campus called...
Jun 11

No charges for personal drug possession: Seattle’s bold gamble to bring ‘peace’ after the war on drugs

The Washington Post profiles Seattle’s LEAD program and progressive policies...
Apr 21

From homeless to jail and back: King County tries to halt cycle

The Seattle Time's in-depth coverage of King County and REACH's...
Apr 16

Provider selected for program to restore homeless outreach to Broadway

Our REACH team is expanding our person-centered, neighborhood-based outreach. We’ve...
Mar 21

Homelessness Is a National Crisis

The reasons people become homeless vary; addiction and mental health...
Mar 12

A Revolving Door of Risk: Homelessness and Recidivism

When homeless encampments pop up, clearing them can appear to...
Mar 05

Come Have Coffee with Project Homeless

The Seattle Times Project Homeless team wants to hear from you....
Jan 22

Four things to do if you see a stranger in distress

REACH Co-director Chloe Gale was featured in this KUOW story...
Jan 04

Seattle to spend $75 million to boost affordable housing next year

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan states the city will be building...

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