Further consolidating Seattle and King County homeless services is a smart move…. This should streamline and improve services for people without a home or at risk of losing one. It should also reduce duplication of effort and misalignment between two entities spending nearly $200 million a year.

December 21, 2018

…our path forward must integrate decision making and accountability under one roof and unite us around a bold plan to solve this crisis.

December 2018

…[D]iffuse authority still hinders regional homeless response. Separate funding and contracting processes burden homeless housing providers, and funder autonomy slows programmatic changes that would respond to community needs. … All Home lacks the authority to unify local funders into an efficient and nimble crisis response system.

May 2018