The Landlord Liaison Project was developed by the Committee to End Homelessness in King County and is funded by the City of Seattle, King County and the United Way of King County. The program is managed by YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish.

 

logo_allhomeAll Home King County

Making homelessness rare, brief and one-time. Formerly the Committee to End Homelessness, All Home is a community-wide partnership of local governments, non-profits, shelter and housing providers, philanthropic groups, the private sector, and engaged citizens, working on a coordinated response to the immediate crisis of homeless individuals, as well as the root causes of the problem in our region.

 

logo_seattleCity of Seattle

Responsible for recommending, implementing and providing supportive services for Seattle’s low-income and homeless citizens.

 

logo_kingcountyKing County

King County provides regional services to all residents of the county, including people who live in cities. These include courts and related legal services, public health services, the county jail, records and elections, property tax appraisals and regional parks and facilities, including the King County International Airport (Boeing Field).

 

Seattle Housing Authoritylogo_sha

Enhancing the Seattle community by creating and sustaining decent, safe, and affordable living environments, which foster stability and increase self-sufficiency for people with low incomes. Provides long-term rental housing and rental assistance to more than 29,500 individuals.

 

logo_unitedwaykcUnited Way of King County

Through a combination of experience, smart ideas and resources, United Way of King County helps people in tough circumstances today and puts them on course to a more stable tomorrow. We’re also digging deep to eradicate the causes of homelessness. We believe that when we commit with heart, head and hand, together we can create fundamental, lasting change.

 

logo_ywcaYWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish

YWCA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities. YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish serves 15,000 people each year and has been leading change in the region since 1894. Through direct services and advocacy, YWCA works to build stable homes and promote economic advancement, reduce violence against women and improve health, and increase racial equity and social justice for all.