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May 17, 2017


The Intersection of Race and Homelessness: YWCA’s 7th Annual Stand against Racism

Stand Against Racism is a signature campaign of YWCA USA to build community among those who work for social justice, and to raise awareness about the negative impact of institutional and structural racism in our communities.

Join the conversation this Friday, May 19th 12-1:30PM with keynote speaker, Donna M. Beegle, Ed.D. (founder and president, Communication Across Barriers) and a panel of experts to talk about the impact of race, gender, sexual orientation, and class on people who experience homelessness in our community. More details available here. 

Affordable Housing Week 2017


Affordable Housing Week is in full swing! The Housing Development Consortium and partner organizations are hosting nearly 20 community events across the County to showcase programs, policies, buildings, and/or best practices helping to create healthier, and more equitable affordable housing choices in the region. Visit the AHW Events Calendar for a full listing of opportunities to engage.

TAKE ACTION during Affordable Housing Week:

  • Visit the AHW Action Page, and click on your city (where you live or where you work, or both!)
  • Be in the know: sign up for updates about future advocacy opportunities
  • Spread the word on social media, using the hashtag #Homes4ALLKC

Plaza Roberto Maestas selected for 2017 HUD Secretary’s Design Award

Plaza Roberto Maestas

Congratulations to El Centro de la Raza for being named one of three winners of the 2017 HUD Secretary’s Design Awards for its Plaza Roberto Maestas affordable housing complex in Beacon Hill!

The Creating Community Connection Award recognizes projects that incorporate housing within other community amenities for the purpose of either revitalization or planned growth. Plaza Roberto Maestas is a landmark equitable transit-oriented development project that incorporates the community’s vision into a new mixed-use development in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood. Completed in September 2016, Plaza Roberto Maestas consists of two six-story buildings that flank an outdoor plaza, which opens onto a Festival Street adjacent to a light rail station. Through nearly eight years of planning with the community, El Centro de la Raza transformed a surfacing parking lot into a multicultural hub for the neighborhood that incorporates 112 units of affordable housing, local small business retail and office, community space, and a bilingual child development center.  Plaza Roberto Maestas directly addresses the urgent need for affordable housing and economic opportunity in the Beacon Hill neighborhood and is a model for community-inspired transit-oriented development.

Auburn City Council Unanimously Passes Source of Income Discrimination Protections


Congratulations to the City of Auburn for adopting Source of Income Discrimination protections for their community and thank you to all municipalities around the state who are stepping up and taking action to protect their most vulnerable residents!

Understanding Source of Income and Rental Regulations in the City of Seattle

The Seattle Office for Civil Rights and the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections are hosting two events for landlords, residential rental property owners and the public designed to help navigate rental regulations and access information and assistance.

Registration is free. Space is limited. Please RSVP for your preferred meeting date.

Thursday, May 25, 10 am to 12 noon in the Community Hall at the Phinney Center, 6532 Phinney Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98103. RSVP here.
Thursday, Thursday, July 27, 10 am to 12 noon in the New Holly Gathering Hall, 7054 32nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118. RSVP here.

All Home Continuum of Care (CoC) Meetings

All Home Annual Conference – Save the Date!
Wednesday, June 14

This year’s Annual Conference will mark the half-way point of our Strategic Plan to make homelessness rare, brief and one-time in King County. Join us as we reflect on our progress and recommit to our goals. The conference will offer a variety of workshops for all members of our Continuum of Care, as part of our larger training and technical assistance plan. Stay tuned for more details.

All meeting dates, times and locations as well as other related materials are available on the All Home website. All Home Continuum of Care meetings are open to the public and attendance is encouraged.

All Home Capacity Building Activities

All Home is committed to support system transformation efforts through relevant capacity building activities. The full Capacity Building Plan can be found on our website, here and all learning opportunities can be found on our calendar, here. If you are offering a training and want to get the word out or have a specific training need or recommendation for All Home, please contact Triina Van.

Partner Trainings

Equal Access and Gender Identity Rules Training Webinar

The webinar recording is now available on the HUD Exchange along with the presentation slides, speaker notes, and transcript. You can access the materials under Related Materials and Resources.

2017 Fair Housing Workshops for Housing Providers: King County Office of Civil Rights

Bitfocus Clarity General Trainings

Register for specific dates and times at:

Cross Agency Systems Training (CAST) for Adults and Child/Youth Services: King County Behavioral Health Recovery Division

Learn whom each system serves, goals of each program, services available to consumers, and how to access these services.  Systems represented include: Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Crisis Services, Child Welfare, Parent Supports, Juvenile Justice, Mental Health Courts, and more. Register here.

Job Opportunities


HMIS Systems Analyst

Friends of Youth

Residential Youth Counselor (Youth Haven Shelter)
Youth Employment Specialist
Overnight Residential Counselor for Immigrant & Refuge Youth
Accounting Supervisor
Database Projects Specialist
Administrative / Data Quality Assistant


Case Manager – University District Youth Center
Clinical Social Worker
Community Advocate – Prevention
Program Supervisor – Barista Training and Education Program
Youth Counselors