More than 15 years ago, Seattle began experimenting with Housing First and then stopped. Why?
This story was originally published on September 8, 2015, and is being resurfaced as part of the Homeless in Seattle media blitz.
A man named Ray sits in the shady weeds under the I-5 freeway near Boren Avenue. Beside him, a tattered couch resides atop a mottled carpet where a Hershey bar lies in a melted heap. Wide-set hazel eyes sit behind oval-framed lenses that Read More
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