NUHSA to hold homelessness series in Bothell

The meetings will be May 14 and 28 and June 11.

  • Wednesday, May 8, 2019 1:30pm
  • Life

The North Urban Human Services Alliance is holding a three-part series of community meetings on homelessness later this month in Bothell.

The events will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on May 14 and 28 and June 11 at the Bothell Police Department’s Community Room at 18410 101st Ave. NE.

The meetings are open to everyone, whether they are residents who have noticed an increase in homelessness, a business owner unsure of how to respond, someone with experiencing homelessness or someone working to respond to those who are homeless.

All three meetings are free and will cover topics including “Adverse Experiences and Resiliency: Why some struggle and others don’t” and “Dangerous vs. difficult: Useful tools for responding with compassion and concern.”

Attendees will learn what it meas to be homeless and come away with more of an understanding and useful tools for various situations.

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

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