How to choose a City Council candidate who supports real solutions to homelessness.
The Seattle City Council race is very crowded, with lots of different ideas of what our city needs, especially when it comes to housing and homelessness. How does a voter who truly wants effective, compassionate solutions to homelessness figure out who to vote for, based on facts and data? We have a panel of experts on solutions such as affordable housing and Housing First; prevention and early intervention programs; mental health and drug addiction treatment; and intersections with the criminal justice system. They will talk about:
• What programs are working and address the root causes of the problem; and what things don’t work or only put a “band-aid” on the problem;
• What issues and approaches have been getting the most attention during this campaign season;
• What a supportive City Council can do to further implement the solutions that work and how the community can push to make it happen.
Hosted By: Resolution to End Homelessness; Tech 4 Housing; Seattle University’s Project on Family Homelessness
• Lisa Daugaard, Public Defenders Association
• Lauren McGowan, United Way of King County
• Dr. Richard Waters, Neighborcare Health
• Colleen Echohawk-Hayashi , Chief Seattle Club
Moderated By: Michael Hobbes, HuffPost
Doors open 11:30 a.m. Forum begins at noon. Q & A 12:45 p.m. Event concludes 1pm, further informal discussion encouraged
Lunch is provided
We expect this event to sell out quickly; register soon to secure your spot.
Seattle University, Resolution to End Homelessness and Tech 4 Housing do not support or oppose any political candidates. The views expressed are those of the speakers only. Seattle University’s Project on Family Homelessness, in partnership with Resolution to End Homelessness and Tech 4 Housing, is sponsoring this event.