$15 million gift will help build ‘affordable high-rises’ for Seattle’s chronically homeless

When people think about public spending on homelessness, they often think of homeless shelters. But that’s not the most costly part of  King County’s response to homelessness. It’s permanent supportive housing, which provides wraparound social services and often serves people with disabilities or serious mental illness. It’s the most expensive way to house someone, but it’s […]

Original published: 2019-05-16 01:38:00 Read the full Seattle News here

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