This webinar discusses best practices to engaging and retaining private landlords, including in tight rental markets. Attendees will learn to identify common fair housing violations, approaches to supporting families and working with landlords.
This report briefly describes Progressive engagement, an approach to support families to quickly self-resolve their homelessness by tailoring services to offer just what is needed.
This webinar describes strategies that can help families in rapid rehousing become self-supporting so as to better ensure housing stabilization.
This report discusses the Washington Families Fund efforts to work with education systems to provide stable housing for families, so children can learn and thrive in school.
This paper briefly describes how early engagement can be used to move families from the street to housing, thus freeing shelter resources for those who have no other option.
The toolkit was constructed to provide a framework that counties in the state of Washington can use to construct coordinated entry systems that reflect best practices and respond to the unique needs of their communities. The Building Changes toolkit offers guidance on Planning, Implementing, Data Collection, and Evaluation.