Publications


Understanding Educational Rights for Homeless 
and Unstably Housed Students
2018-19 edition 
 PDF
See what the law guarantees in support for students who are homeless through their schools.

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Helping Homeless Students Succeed with backpacks, pencils, toothbrushes and more
2017-18 editionPDF
 

See everything you need to know to set up a successful supply drive or fundraiser.

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2016 Annual Report Poster: ONC, Project Cool, Voter Registration, Education & Advocacy PDF
View our 2016 Annual Report poster includes One Night Count, Project Cool, Voter Registration, Education & Advocacy.

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Homeless Voters’ Information 
2014-2015 Guide PDF

Washington being a vote-by-mail only state presents increased challenges for homeless folks to exercise their right to vote. This guide provides important information on how to vote when you may not have a permanent address and specific details for voting in King County in the 2014 general election and Spring 2015 election.

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Black and White Version PDF
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A Realistic Look at the Need: 
The Role of Shelter in Addressing Homelessness (v. 2012) PDF

Download our policy paper on the role of shelter in addressing homelessness.


Family Turn Away Survey Report 2012 PDF
Thousands of families are safe inside each night – but many others are turned away for lack of space. The Coalition designed a unique Family Turn Away Survey to document the unmet need for family shelter as part of the One Night Count.


Project Cool Annual Report 

2015 Annual Report PDF 
In 2015, Project Cool provided 1,487 children and youth across King County with backpacks and school supplies.

 2014 Report PDF 2013 Report PDF 2012 Report PDF
 2011 Report PDF

Child and Family Homelessness Fact Sheet 2012 PDF
Download our fact sheet on the 2012 One Night Count and family and child homelessness.


One Night Count 

2015 ONC Poster PDF
The 35th annual One Night Count of homeless people in King County took place in the early hours of Friday, January 23, 2015. The Coalition organized over 1100 volunteers who fanned out across the county to count the number of men, women and children who were homeless and sleeping outdoors without shelter between 2:00 and 5:00 a.m.. 

2014 ONC Street Count PDF
2013 ONC Street Count PDF
2012 ONC Street Count  PDF
2011 ONC Street Count PDF
2010 ONC Street Count PDF
2009 ONC Street Count PDF

2008 ONC Report PDF

2007 ONC Report PDF

2006 ONC Report PDF