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The city of Shoreline has a higher poverty rate than many surrounding communities. In the Shoreline School District, for example, nearly 28 percent of all kids – more than one in four – qualify for school meal programs.
Through a unique partnership with Compass Housing Alliance and Ronald United Methodist Church, Hopelink opened a new 12,000-square-foot integrated service center at Ronald Commons on February 7, 2017. In addition to a larger, grocery store-style food bank, the new Hopelink center provides a full array of support services and programs to help stabilize clients who are in crisis, and then provide them with the tools needed to exit poverty on a permanent basis – including adult education, career and family development, energy assistance and financial planning.
The new service center also ensures easier access to public transportation, as well as a greater connection to other community resources.
In addition, the Ronald Commons site is home to 60 affordable apartments – owned and operated by Compass Housing – for homeless and low-income individuals and families.
For more information contact Barbara Hagel at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 425.897.3706.
Are you excited about this new phase in Hopelink's growth, but missed the festivities? Check out the images below from the Grand Opening event! View our full gallery here.