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Housing + Healthcare = Hope

Housing + Healthcare = Hope

While Darrell experienced homelessness, finding a safe place to sleep was more critical than a trip to the doctor’s office to address his serious medical concerns. At the same time, he worried about having a seizure while living on the streets. If he did, no one would be nearby to call 911—or even if they […]

Permanent, Supportive Housing’s Place in Resolving Homelessness

Permanent, Supportive Housing’s Place in Resolving Homelessness

“For the past 10 years, I’ve been living in clean and sober houses … or homeless shelters and have been very unhappy just trying to find a place that I can be and not to be scared. I have a lot of medical problems and for the first time I feel like I have a […]

Learning Events with Plymouth

Learning Events with Plymouth

Corporate Engagement Opportunities with Plymouth Housing Group Presented by Bank of America   Our mission is dedicated to ending homelessness by finding real, permanent solutions for our most vulnerable citizens. Take the first step to engaging with us and join the conversation about homelessness by hosting a Learning Event at your business or organization. Through a […]

Thank you for Giving BIG!

Thank you for Giving BIG!

Wednesday, May 10 was our most successful GiveBIG event ever!  Over 110 people chipped in to raise over $58,000 that will help us provide permanent housing and critical support services. We’re humbled and inspired by this amazing show of community generosity! Special thanks to the Whatley Family Foundation and two anonymous donors for the matching […]

Celebrating Women Who’ve Made Plymouth Strong

Celebrating Women Who’ve Made Plymouth Strong

Today we’d like to honor a few of the many women who have been instrumental in helping Plymouth provide permanent homes and critical support to those in need. These three women made such an impact on Plymouth that we’ve named buildings in their honor. Sylvia Odom chaired the Plymouth Congregational Church task force that led […]

The Queen City Grill Will Live On with New Ownership

The Queen City Grill Will Live On with New Ownership

We’re very happy to say that we’ve reached an agreement to keep the Queen City Grill in its space at our Lewiston Apartments at 1st & Blanchard. Our Executive Director, Paul Lambros, says, “This is a real win/win. Plymouth strives to have high quality, locally owned businesses in our ground-floor retail spaces. We’re proud that this […]

Cat Jobes Named One of Seattle’s “Hero Nurses”
February 9, 2015  |  Darren Davis, Kate Gibbons, Rianna Hidalgo  |   Seattle Met

New apartment building for homeless people opens in South Lake Union
February 5, 2013 | Ashley Gross | KPLU

If You Live in Seattle, Cory Booker Probably Made a Personal Appearance in Your Living Room Today
September 29, 2012 | Paul Constant | The Stranger

Plymouth staff help organize “Flash Mob” in Olympia
January 20, 2011

Ex-homeless man stars in Lily’s show
October 4, 2010 | Nicole Brodeur | Seattle Times

How Housing Helps: The key to ending chronic homelessness
March 24, 2010 | Congressional Briefing on Chronic Homelessness| National Alliance to End Homelessness

Powerful, powerless find home: The most poignant speech at the Plymouth Housing Group’s annual luncheon had very few words.
October 23, 2009 | Nicole Vogel | The Seattle Times

Plymouth Launches New Event: Plymouth Housing Group Gets a Leg Up on Providing Homeless with Housing on Newly Launched…
September 15, 2009 | Business Wire

Plymouth Breaks Ground on New Building in Belltown: A.L. Humphrey House, scheduled to open in August 2010, will provide 84 apartments for formerly homeless people suffering from mental illness.
May 14, 2009

U.S. study backs shelter, drink for homeless alcoholics: A program that gives shelter to homeless alcoholics but allows them to keep drinking and not be forced into treatment could save taxpayers millions in public costs
March 31, 2009 | Andrew Stern and Bill Trott | Reuters

The HUD Stud: Tara Connor, policy director of the local nonprofit developer Plymouth Housing Group, wants more HUD money directed at support services.
February 3, 2009 | Seattle Weekly

One Night Homeless Count: Homelessness no longer primarily an urban crisis
January 30, 2009 | SKCCH Press Release

County’s mentally ill fade into the system: Homes are closed, more people cycle from jail to street and fixes far away
November 16, 2008 | Seattle P-I

Design Reviews: An in-depth look at Plymouth’s newest housing facility at First & Cedar
April 8, 2008 | The Stranger

Good Neighbors: Study shows supportive housing buildings can improve property values
November 7, 2008 | The New York Times[/spoiler]