Real Change newspaper and other organizations trying to end homelessness have sued the city of Seattle after they were denied a permit for an event.
Here’s your chance to help the homeless right here in Puget Sound. Get your family, friends, scout troop, or civic group together to volunteer for something worthwhile.
An innovative program that takes homeless alcoholics off the street and gives them a place to live without requiring them to quit drinking has led residents to dramatically decrease their drinking as well as ease problems related to their addiction, new research has found.
Two drop-in emergency shelters in Bellevue are open for those needing shelter in light of cold temperatures and a potential winter storm.
HOOD RIVER, Ore. (AP) – A homeless man with the word “Railroad” tattooed on his chest is expected to survive being struck by a ladder attached to the side of a moving train hours after […]
Several Occupy Seattle protesters found a new space to occupy — an abandoned duplex in ill repair.