PROJECT HOMELESS CONNECT

Bellingham High School

Coming July 2020

2019 Event Evaluation Report

Each year we learn from Guests, Service Providers and Volunteers about PHC's outcomes, successes and existing needs. Click the button below to read the report. 

ABOUT THE EVENt

Bellingham/Whatcom Project Homeless Connect events have been part of the local plan to end homelessness since 2009.  The event provides one-day, one-stop access to health and human services. They are designed to meet local community needs and priorities in keeping with the following principles:

Hospitality:  

Homeless neighbors are welcomed guests; respect, comfort, and responsiveness are of the highest priority

Immediacy: 

Guests receive a same-day response to their prioritized needs

Community:  

Voluntary civic participation brings neighbors together in one place

Partnership:  

Public, private and non-profit sectors collaborate

Excellence:  

Data is collected for subsequent evaluation and performance improvement

What's offered at
project homeless connect?
General Services
  • Social Security Benefits​

  • DSHS Benefits

  • Health Care Access​

  • Washington State License Renewals​

  • Help to Obtain Washington State ID​

  • Legal Assistance​

  • Housing​

  • Veterans Services​

  • Education​

  • Employment​

  • Pet Care​

  • Transportation: WTA​

  • Haircuts

  • Personal Photographs

  • Clothing and Giveaways

  • Bellingham Public Library

  • Whatcom Literacy Council

  • Shower Truck (Unsheltered and Emergency Sheltered only) 

Medical Services 
  • Foot Care 

  • Vision

  • Hearing Health

  • Dental Services

  • Counseling/Behavioral Health Services 

  • Immunizations and Hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS Testing

  • Reproductive Health 

  • Healing Clinic

  • General Medical

  • Chiropractic

  • Healthcare for the Homeless 

  • Maternity Support 

  • Hospice Services

  • Medicaid Transportation​

  • Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services

Thank you

The organizers of Project Homeless Connect would like to extend their gratitude to those generous organizations which financially contributed to PHC. We thank you for your contributions.

Event Made possible by

Project Homeless

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Homelessness in Whatcom County has surged by 65% since 2012 as the cost of housing and population have increased in western Washington.  

COMMUNITY MEALS AT PHC

Breakfast

      8:00am - 10:30am

Lunch

      11:30am - 1:00pm

 

contact us

Friday july 19, 2019

Doors open at 8am

Services open 9am - 4pm

Event ADDRESs

Bellingham High School

2020 Cornwall Ave, Bellingham, WA 98225

EMAIL

whatcomphc@gmail.com

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