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The State of Homelessness in King County

Homelessness is a crisis in King County. Over 10,000 people are experiencing homelessness on a given day, and nearly 40 percent are unsheltered. Racial disparities are stark, with Native Americans seven times more likely to experience homelessness than Whites, and African Americans five times more likely.

Yet, homelessness is solvable, and we are making progress, including 52% more people housed in 2016 than in 2013. Our vision is that homelessness is rare in King County, racial disparities are eliminated, and if one becomes homeless, it is brief and only a one-time occurrence.

  • One Home

    Capacity Building

    Providing the training, technical assistance, and community dialogue necessary to transform our system.

  • Data Driven Cultures

    Data Driven Culture

    Measuring progress and adapting outreach and housing practices based on data.

  • Get Involved

    Get Involved

    Homelessness is solvable if we work together as a community.

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