Homelessness in Our Community - free workshops open to community

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Homelessness in Our Community

Are you a resident who notices increased numbers of homelessness in your neighborhood?
Are you a business owner unsure of how to respond?
Do you have experience living without a home?
Are you working to respond to those living homeless?

Join us for a FREE three-part series – come to one or all three!

What’s Happening in YOUR Community? We want to hear from you!
Adverse Experiences and Resiliency: Why some struggle, some don’t
Dangerous vs. Difficult: Useful tools for responding with compassion and concern

Tuesdays, Sept. 25th, Oct. 16th and Nov. 20th  6:30-8:00 p.m.
Ronald United Methodist Church (17839 Aurora Ave. Shoreline)


Tuesdays, Oct. 2nd, Oct. 30th and Dec. 11th  6:30-8:00 p.m.
Kenmore City Hall (18120 68th Ave. NE Kenmore

Learn what it means to be living homeless.
Come away with an increased understanding and useful tools for any situation.

RSVP is appreciated but not required: staff@NUHSA.org

Sponsored by NUHSA (North Urban Human Services Alliance) and in partnership with representatives from the Rotary Club of Lake Forest Park, King County Library System, the Cities of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park, Ronald United Methodist Church, Hopelink, Center for Human Services, Outreach for Lake City Partners Ending Homelessness and Compass Housing Alliance

For more information email or see the website 


Bill Bear September 7, 2018 at 8:15 AM  

I just took the First Aid Mental Health training. It had some invaluable concepts for being available to people who are experiencing homelessness. Adverse Childhood Experiences and resiliency are very significant in understanding some of the reasons some people are homeless. There are many things we as a community could do better. We could blame the victim, the lack of affordable housing or the lack of mental health and substance abuse treatments. Or we could all learn how to effectively support people we meet, to find professional and self help next steps to getting out of homelessness.

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