Materials from Rex Rempel
Rex Rempel provided us with a document summarizing Permanent Supportive Housing Outcomes based on extensive studies that he provides links to.
Materials from Jim Lopez
As a follow-up to our December 6 Special Meeting, I have been coordinating with Jim Lopez on topics that we discussed.
Over the past couple of days, Jim provided us with several documents and links to studies. (see attachments)
- The attached png file is a list of pre-qualified housing operators and support service partners for East County.
- Case studies and further research provided by the County regarding the efficacy of permanent supportive housing can be found here:
· Full report on de-intensified shelters: https://regionalhomelesssystem.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Impact-of-Hotels-as-ES-Study_Full-Report_Final-11302020.pdf
· Here is a brief summary of the 1811 Eastlake research and project. I am trying to find you the full report. 1811 one pager-revised2010 (desc.org)
· Here are some additional data points from Plymouth Housing Group about the cost savings that result from providing permanent supportive housing: Why Housing First? - Plymouth Housing
· Corporation for Supportive Housing is a national expert on this issue and has more information on their website: https://www.csh.org/category/research-and-evaluation/
- Below is a list of the County’s Health through Housing facilities, more data on each facility is available on the County’s website: https://kingcounty.gov/depts/community-human-services/initiatives/health-through-housing.aspx
- Auburn: Former Clarion Inn
- Federal Way: Former Extended Stay America
- Kirkland: La Quinta Inn
- North Seattle: Former Extended Stay America
- North Seattle: Former Holiday Inn Express
- Pioneer Square: Canton Lofts
- Queen Anne: Inn at Queen Anne
- Redmond: Former Silver Cloud Hotel
- Renton: Extended Stay America Hotel
- Seattle: Argyle
- Attached sample Good Neighbor Agreement, Code of Conduct and Guest Policy for your review. These are provided as examples only.
- File addressing CHNA Questions from December 6 meeting
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