Over the last few months, we’ve examined our area’s growing homelessness crisis during our State of Homelessness event series. With the help of local and national experts, we’ve learned about the complexity of the issue and explored how other major cities are tackling this challenge. In this session, we’ll assess where we go from here.
Earlier this week, King County Executive Dow Constantine and Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced a regional plan to address homelessness. What does this mean for our community going forward? What are the specific actions we must take to make homelessness rare, brief and one time? How does our system need to change to achieve better outcomes?
Join us for the final installment of our three-part conversation about homelessness. You’ll hear from a panel of experts who are working tirelessly to solve homelessness within Seattle and King County, and you’ll have an opportunity to ask questions.
Host, Seattle's Morning News
Director, Human Services Department
City of Seattle
Director, Financial Stability
United Way of King County
Barbara Poppe & Associates
King County Department of Health and Community Services