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Lawmakers want to reduce the number of homeless people in Washington by spending some $160 million over a wide range of programs to expand shelters, support for homeless youth and boost affordable housing programs.
House panels consider proposals to help for homeless and foster youth.
A Salem high school student has asked Oregon lawmakers to help him open a shelter for homeless youth.
One by one, young adults filed through what, in ordinary circumstances, would be a bedroom at the Crosswalk shelter in downtown Spokane. They grabbed Christmas gifts, stockings, blankets and coats donated by community groups, local businesses and families to help stay warm during the winter.
The city hit its goal in helping over 100 homeless youth in Spokane during a 100-day challenge this spring and summer, finding housing for
A study conducted by Eastern Washington University professors indicates that Spokane’s rate of youth homelessness is about 33 percent higher than the state average. Additionally, the study identifies a gap in services for homeless youth, who often aren’t living on the street but still experiencing tumultuous home lives, said lead author Tim Hilton.