Information on Homelessness

How many people are homeless in King County? 

During the 2019 Count Us In Point in Time Count, 5,288 people were counted as experiencing unsheltered homelessness in King County, as reported by All Home King County.

Select local online resources on homelessness and housing:

King County’s Housing and Community Development Program: 
Information about funding and programs addressing prevention, emergency shelter, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, and the King County Family Homelessness Initiative 

School House Washington:
Information and resources related to homeless students and education

Family Housing Connection:
Assessment and referral information for pregnant women or adults caring for children 

King County Health Care for the Homeless Network

All Home King County
The Coalition representatives sit on the Interagency Council and the Governing Board

Washington Low Income Housing Alliance
The Coalition’s partner in state-wide advocacy

Select national online resources related to homelessness and housing:

National Alliance to End Homelessness
National Low Income Housing Coalition
National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty
National Health Care for the Homeless Council
National Coalition for the Homeless
National Center on Family Homelessness