Can Rapid Rehousing Solve Seattle's Homelessness Crisis?

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Can Rapid Rehousing Solve Seattle's Homelessness Crisis?
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Town Hall Seattle says
As the problem of homelessness in Seattle becomes ever more prevalent, debates over the best course of action are heating up. Seattle's newest plan involves Rapid Rehousing—rent subsidies that get people housed but only last a few months. Can this lead to long-term stability when rent is skyrocketing? How can our community address the root causes of housing instability? Join Solid Ground for a panel discussion, moderated by KUOW's Liz Jones, about this pervasive problem and the ideas for moving forward. The panel of community experts for this event will include:

Tamara Bauman, Solid Ground Rapid Rehousing Case Manager
Rachel Fyall, University of Washington, Rapid Rehousing Researcher
Catherine Lester, City of Seattle, Director of Human Services
Jalisa McGowan, Rapid Rehousing Consumer
Pradeepta Upahyay, Interim CDA Executive Director
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By: Town Hall Seattle

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