WLIHA in the News 2021!
|The Seattle Times||Washington lawmakers look for ways to exit the eviction moratorium — and prevent the fallout|
|Crosscut||WA scrambles to avoid mass evictions as moratorium nears end|
|The Everett Herald||Here’s how the state will spend $2.2B in federal pandemic aid|
|Investigate West||Fix the climate while solving the housing crisis? Olympia's trying|
We are the statewide champion for housing.
As the state's premier advocacy organization for housing and homelessness issues, the Housing Alliance is a trusted leader and expert on these issues. We are happy to share our policy expertise with the media, as well as up-do-date information on key legislation at both the state and federal levels, as well as media contacts from among our 115+ member organizations.
As families across Washington State find homes out of reach, hundreds gather in Olympia for more affordable homes and an end to homelessness
Hundreds to Gather for the 10th Annual Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day Both Outside and Inside the Capitol
CONTACT: Ben Miksch, 206-442-9455 ext. 204, firstname.lastname@example.org
GOVERNOR SIGNS BIPARTISAN BILL TO PREVENT 71,000 MORE PEOPLE FROM BECOMING HOMELESS
Today, Governor Gregoire plans to sign EHB 2048, a bill that reaffirms the state's commitment to ending homelessness by protecting and expanding funding for services for the homeless, as well as increasing cooperation between state & local government, service providers and private landlords.