As such, we are also a significant resource for all information regarding statistics and legislative information related to affordable housing and homelessness in Washington.
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The mission of the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance is to lead the movement to ensure that all our residents thrive in safe, healthy, affordable homes. We do this through advocacy, education, and organizing and each of these actions requires a central place for the latest homelessness statistics and legislative policy information.
Our Bill Tracker provides concise summaries on the Lead Items and Support Items for our latest State Legislative Agenda. At a glance, you can see the most recent status of each priority and the latest recommended advocacy action.
Our Learn at Lunch webinars are opportunities to deepen your undertsanding of our State Legislative Agenda and Federal Legislative Policy Issues. We bring in policy experts who are able to explain the issues in a clear and accessible way. And perhaps most importantly, you can access these noontime webinars from the comfort of your own home or place of work, as long as you have a computer and Internet access.
As the state's foremost advocacy organization for housing and homelessness issues, the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance is a trusted leader and expert on these issues.
The Washington Low Income Housing Alliance is dedicated to telling the housing story for all Washington communities. And we can't do it alone.
In order to build the movement for affordable housing, the Housing Alliance needs to make the case for affordable housing to people across the state who could become advocates for our cause.
We fight homelessness by creating the political will to build affordable housing and organizing the movement to end homelessness in our state.
The Washington Low Income Housing Alliance is not a direct service agency. We do not own or operate any low-income housing units. Nor do we offer case management for individuals who want to transition off the streets into a home.