Investments in Housing Stability: 2018 VSHSL Annual Report

Last year marked the launch of King County’s six-year Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy (VSHSL). The renewed and expanded levy builds on the success of the 2006-2017 Veterans and Human Services Levy and expands to include for the first-time dedicated funding for seniors and their caregivers. VSHSL features far-reaching investments in housing and increases…

YouthSource graduate and family

Welcome to Cultivating Connections

The Department of Community and Human Services serves King County residents through an incredible network of providers and communities. We couldn’t be more excited to introduce our blog as a way to better connect our network. We’ll share information about the incredible work that teams of County and Provider staff do every day to support,…

Developmental Screening for All: A Strength-Based Approach

This post was originally published to the Best Starts for Kids blog. For the past year, Best Starts for Kids has been gathering feedback from community members and partners to better understand the successes, gaps and disparities related to developmental screening, referral and connection to services in King County. We are so excited to now share back…

National Recovery Month 2019 - 30th Anniversary

Looking Back at Recovery Month

National Recovery Month in King County Each September, we observe National Recovery Month in the U.S. by promoting access to recovery, celebrating people in services and educating communities about overcoming stigma and discrimination. The theme for 2019 was “Join the Voices for Recovery: Together We Are Stronger.” Recovery Month teaches us that behavioral health is…