From Krystal Koop:
DATE/TIME: Wednesday, December 7th, 9:30 – 11:00am.
LOCATION: at University Congregational Church, 4515 16th Ave NE, Seattle. first floor chapel.
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UDSM is a student-run program at the University of Washington. It’s an experiential learning project that includes students from Medicine, Nursing, Social Work, Pharmacy, Rehab Medicine, Dentistry & Public Health.
They conduct street and community-based outreach & provide basic first aid and resource navigation to homeless individuals in Seattle’s University District.
Thanks to UDSM for all your compassionate work in our community!
If you are a Facebook user, consider “Liking” the pages below. They are groups that operate in the U Distract to build community and alleviate homelessness.
These pages are a treasure trove of photos, news, local faces, and events.
Elizabeth Gregory Home
Jubilee Women’s Center
Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI)
Real Change Homeless Empowerment Project
ROOTS Young Adult Shelter
Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
Seattle Public Library
SHARE Seattle Housing and Resource Effort
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
The People’s Harm Reduction Alliance (Needle Exchange)
The U District Partnership (UDP)
University Christian Church Seattle (UCC)
University Congregational United Church of Christ (UCUCC)
University District Food Bank
Tent City Collective (at UW)
University District Street Medicine (UW outreach program)
University Heights Center
University Lutheran Church
This list is incomplete. If I’ve missed your organization, please reply and send me your Facebook link.
Seattle Holiday resource list [pdf] – Seattle organizations holiday meals and food baskets.
King County Holiday resource list [pdf] – King County organizations providing holiday meals and food baskets.
Thanks to Josh at 45th Street Homeless Youth Clinic for sending us these lists.
Update from Interfaith Taskforce on Homelessness -12/18/15 [pdf].
This weekly email from Bill Kirlin-Hackett has current list of shelter, safe parking, other services, event calendar, and news links. Concise and timely.
To subscribe, send email to itfh at comcast dot net
Food, Shelter, and Services in the U District [pdf].
Not just for the holidays — it’s year round. Our UDCH group compiled this list over a year ago. Please take a look. If you know anything that should be changed or added, please leave a comment.
U-Loo is a Project for Public Restrooms in Seattle’s University District.
The U District has an urgent need for one or more public restrooms available 24/7. The U District Partnership (UDP) in collaboration with the U-District Conversation on Homelessness (UDCH) received funding from the City of Seattle’s Department of Neighborhoods for a feasibility study to install at least one restroom in the U-District. We know that it’s critical for any new public restroom to be clean, safe, and accessible to everybody. It will be used by visitors to the Farmers Market, students, staff and faculty coming and going to the UW campus, shoppers, transit bus drivers, homeless residents, families with children and many others passing through the neighborhood.
This is a challenging project, and it must be done right in order to become an asset to the U District community. Location(s), initial funding and long-term maintenance must be clearly identified before we can move forward.
Volunteers are needed to staff the tables at U-Loo outreach events. The purpose is to educate and get public input.
List of Outreach Events:
Saturday, November 14, 9-1pm at TBD
Wednesday, November 18, 2-6pm at TBD
Saturday, November 21, 9-2pm at U-District Farmer’s Market
Tuesday, November 24, 2-6pm at TBD
Please consider volunteering at a U-Loo Outreach Event. You get to wear a cool black apron and help educate the public about our need and options for public toilets in the U District. Contact volunteer coordinator Evelyn Jensen: ejensenchaco at gmail dot com
Spread the word… You don’t need a house to vote… People with felony record can regain voting rights in WA.
Here are some HANDOUTS:
- Half Sheet printout from Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness. Download PDF. This compact sheet lists important dates, registration and eligibility details (including people currently without residence and people with felony record).Best way to print: double-sided & flip on long edge. The side titled “Basics About Voting” has a smaller area between the top and bottom sheet, so when cutting, keep that side up and cut mid-way across the sheet.
Thanks to Hillary Coleman and Rebecca Roy at SKCCH.
- FAQs on Voting Rights Restoration in WA (from ACLU). Download PDF.
Thanks to Krystal Koop at UDSM.