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Working to Prevent Homelessness

Updated: Oct 3

Our commitment to human dignity calls us to partner with organizations that are working to prevent and end homelessness. So, we’re excited to announce that we have teamed up with Notre Dame’s Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO) to launch a research cohort focused on homelessness in Puget Sound.

 

Our commitment to human dignity calls us to partner with organizations that are working to prevent and end homelessness.

 

LEO works with organizations and governments around the country to help them evaluate how well their poverty-disrupting interventions are working. With this evidence, local leaders can better allocate resources to fight our most entrenched inequalities.

We are excited to announce that Seattle’s first LEO Cohort has been chosen and is launching this summer. The following organizations fighting homelessness will begin a rigorous study of the effectiveness of their interventions:

King County Regional Homeless Authority (KCRHA)

King County Office of Performance, Strategy, and Budget (KCPSB)

City of Seattle - Office of the Auditor

Mary's Place

Seattle Department of Transportation

Pierce County's Department of Human Services

If you’d like to learn more about the Seattle LEO Cohort, don’t hesitate to reach out.

Quentin

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