King County is one of 22 national regions selected to participate in Voices of Youth Count, an innovative research effort linking evidence and action to end youth homelessness. The project includes a point-in-time count on June 30. Partners are encouraged to invited unstably housed and homeless youth ages 13-25 to participate in a short survey… Read more »
A Community Working to End Homelessness
The State of Homelessness in King County
Homelessness is a crisis in King County. In 2015 alone, nearly 10,000 people are experiencing homelessness on a given day, and nearly 40 percent are unsheltered. People are homeless on average for more than 100 days, and they return to homelessness after being housed nearly 20 percent of the time. Racial disparities are stark, with Native Americans seven times more likely to experience homelessness than Whites, and African Americans five times more likely.