The Partnership to End Homelessness (PEH) is a board representing our Continuum of Care for Snohomish County. The PEH was established in 2013 to oversee community planning around issues of homelessness in the county. The Continuum of Care program consists of projects that provide housing and supportive services to individuals and families to attain and sustain permanent housing. The PEH uses U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds to support the work by nonprofit providers to re-house homeless individuals and families rapidly while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused by homelessness.
The Partnership to End Homelessness (PEH) board oversees funding, policies, and practices to address homelessness in Snohomish County. The PEH is committed to diversity within its membership and looking for individuals to join the Racial Equity Advisory Board. The Racial Equity Advisory Board is helping the PEH establish the foundations needed to support and sustain future equity strategies for the improvement of housing and homelessness services.
Culturally diverse communities are secure and thriving.
Equitable housing security for culturally diverse communities within Snohomish County.
The Racial Equity Advisory Board seeks representation from diverse communities. See the REAB Outreach document for current openings and information regarding the application/nomination process.
Applicants are required to attend or review (previously recorded) REAB Meetings prior to membership.
Or mail completed physical application to:
Office of Community and Homeless Services
Snohomish County Human Services Department
Attention: Natasha Doyea, OCHS
3000 Rockefeller Avenue, M/S 305
Everett, WA 98201