compass housing alliance

Since 1920, Compass Housing Alliance has been providing essential services for those experiencing homelessness and housing instability in the King County region. Today they offer emergency services, 24-hour enhanced shelter programs and permanent, supportive, affordable housing programs.  Providing Essential Services at Compass Center in Pioneer

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Choose 180

Restore instead of punish Youth are possibilities to be developed and not problems to be solved Mission: CHOOSE 180 transforms the lives of youth and young adults by partnering with institutional leaders, connecting them with community, empowering them with choice, and teaching them the skills

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Abundance Of Hope

Abundance of Hope Center’s (AofH) mission is to provide equitable, culturally responsive, holistic and person centered homelessness prevention services to our community’s most At-Risk Youth, ages 12-26. Abundance of Hope Center is a family lead organization, founded by a Black mother and operated by African

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Street Youth Ministries is a non-profit, faith-based organization serving homeless and at-risk youth and young adults (ages 13-26) in the Seattle area. We strive to provide youth in Seattle’s University District with life-skills, resources, and relationships that bring hope and healing to their lives and

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Immanuel community services

Immanuel Community Services (ICS) is a small non-profit in the South Lake Union Neighborhood in Seattle. We have served the community for over 40 years, providing assistance to individuals in the Cascade Neighborhood and greater Seattle area. Each year, we serve over 15,000 people through

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university district food bank

The University District Food Bank is dedicated to building a hunger-free Northeast Seattle by providing their neighbors with reliable access to healthy food and life-changing resources. The Food Bank offers a grocery store style shopping experience for customers, where they are offered dignity through choice

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Facing Homelessness

Who we are:  When we were founded in 2013, Facing Homelessness asked the community to lean into vulnerability and create caring human connections, literally, to Just Say Hello to people living unhoused. Thousands of you said, “yes,” and now we’re over 50,000 strong. Today, we

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The Seattle Stand Down

The Seattle Stand Down was founded as a response to the growing number of Veterans experiencing homelessness on the streets of Seattle and the Puget Sound region. Their mission is to serve vets experiencing homelessness, to prevent Veteran homelessness, and to build community amongst Veterans

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New Horizons

New Horizons partners with youth experiencing homelessness on their journey toward housing stability and independence. New Horizons provides comprehensive services annually for over 1,100 youth (ages 13-25) who are experiencing homelessness.  The number of unstably housed persons in King County has steadily risen by roughly

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“You survived for a reason, and you deserve to be loved” We often have a tendency to view sex trafficking as something that happens only in impoverished countries; that it’s not something we confront in the US. We often don’t understand the prevalence of human

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