Apr 27 - Featured Story

Harm reduction lays a groundwork for recovery

For more than 25 years, Dwight struggled with cocaine use. In 2013, after repeated offenses, a police officer referred him to Seattle’s Law Enforcement Assisted...
Feb 02 - Featured Story

King County homeless shelters left to deal with omicron mostly on their own

Public Health couldn’t staff every room in the hotels and the bar to get into one of the beds rose. Staff at homeless nonprofits, who’d...
May 12

HUD unveils plan to help people with a criminal record find a place to live

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is working...
May 04

SIx states don’t have needle exchange programs—what it means for harm reduction efforts

Injection drug use across the United States is increasing as...
Apr 14

Barriers to Access, Changing Drug Trends Hinder Jail-Based Treatment Program

The number of patients in the King County jail’s opioid...
Apr 07

US: Discrimination based on opioid treatment violates law

A deepening opioid epidemic is prompting the U.S. Department of...
Mar 31

‘Tough’ decisions as county authority, Seattle diverge over approach to downtown homeless camps

In February, the City of Seattle and the King County...
Mar 24

Seattle high-needs homeless program at risk of ending

The program, called JustCARE, does intensive outreach with high-needs residents...
Mar 11

Squaring the circle: Housing Seattle’s homeless as City austerity budget dawns

JustCARE— a homeless outreach coordinator which, largely, assists the Seattle...
Mar 01

Councilmember’s Homelessness Plan Could Include 10 New Mass Encampment Sites

As part of an effort to substantially reduce the number...
Feb 25

Highline College awarded $232,500 for new certificate to help those living homeless in hotels

Catholic Community Services will work with Plymouth Housing, Downtown  Emergency...
Feb 17

Seattle-area corporations, billionaires give $10M to address homelessness downtown

Amazon, Starbucks, Microsoft Philanthropies, billionaires Steve and Connie Ballmer, the...

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