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Changing the Narrative on Homelessness As we begin this pivotal election year, we must and can change the way we think about homelessness. Our beliefs about people experiencing homelessness are deeply embedded in our internal and cultural biases. One of the most harmful narratives I hear...

Housing First - A cultural shift The last week in March, I had the opportunity to attend a workshop offered by All Home of King County about best practices for emergency shelters. The focus of the workshop was Housing First, a philosophy and approach that prioritizes...

As we move into fall, the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer and colder. However, on October 15th our Emergency Winter Shelter will be opening! I'm so pleased, extremely thankful, and relieved to announce that we will be partnering with Lakeside Christian...

I would like to take the opportunity to thank our local Eastside cities, as well as Seattle, for their concerted and ardent efforts in tackling homelessness in our region. The City of Bellevue, in partnership with King County, Congregations for the Homeless, and Imagine Housing are at...

Even though we're experiencing Juneuary right now, summer is approaching with all of its wonderfulness. For most of us, summer means vacations, barbecues, swimming, hiking, beaches, and more time with our families. But for our women who access Sophia Way's services, summer has a different...