"Seattle’s homeless crisis isn’t confined to one part of town – nor does it hinge on one solution.
The University District community includes as much as one-third of King County’s homeless youth over any given year. It’s a neighborhood where a food bank and youth shelter are available, and where young people on the streets can blend in.
But more needs to be done in the U District and beyond to help homeless young adults become self-sufficient over the long term.
Now the University of Washington, in a partnership among faculty, student and community service agencies – and with $1 million in state funding over two years – is launching The Doorway Project, an effort to establish a neighborhood hub and navigation center specifically for homeless young people."
Please check out the whole press release here: "UW’s Doorway Project kicks off services for homeless youth"