Housing Developments: Calling all early birds…


Early bird registration is now open for our first ever Advocacy Intensive! This two-day training will build your capacity for systems change work by helping you understand mobilization and organizing, housing policy and the political process, and how to engage with electeds. Save $30 on registration now through September 18th.

Other Developments…

  • There’s little reason to hope the state legislature will produce a capital budget before the year ends, and local projects are feeling the impact

  • King County Accountable Community of Health (ACH) is seeking input on draft project plans for Medicaid Transformation. This survey is open through 5 pm on Friday, Sept 1.

  • HDC Members: Join us for a Learn @ Lunch with the Seattle Office of Housing this Wednesday 8/30. 

  • A lack of trust in housing services helps drive disproportionately high rates of homelessness among Native Americans, according to Colleen Echohawk, ED of the Chief Seattle Club.

  • A debate about investment homes has the Seattle mayoral candidates trading barbs like “Trumpian.” You can see the debate live and in person next month.

  • Seattle Mayoral Candidate Forum: See the two candidates for Seattle mayor discuss growth, housing, and homelessess at a September 12th forum hosted by Solid Ground and the Seattle U Project on Family Homelessness. Cosponsored by HDC, SKCCH, and WLIHA Action Fund.

  • A recent round of testing resulted in 16 property management companies paying fines for source of income discrimination. 

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