Who we are

Dedicated to ensuring young people receive the support, care and resources they need.

A Way Home Washington is a statewide movement to prevent and end youth and young adult (YYA) homelessness through awareness, connection and action. In partnership with the Office of Homeless Youth (OHY), service providers, local communities, and young people with lived experience, we will build a system to serve the estimated 13,000 unaccompanied young people who are experiencing homelessness or are precariously housed in Washington state.

We are a public/private partnership between the government and the philanthropic community. We do not receive any public funding to do our work and are committed to not diverting public funding from service providers. In fact, one of the overall goals of AWHWA is to add capacity to local communities and providers.




Follow along as we work together to prevent and end youth homelessness.