Help for the Homeless

Completed City shelters for homeless

The Mission of Project Open Doors is to advocate for the homeless people in Moses Lake in order to improve quality of life, increase public awareness of issues of homelessness, impact public policy and to prevent and end homelessness. Project Open Doors focuses on realizable strategies to move homeless individuals and families beyond shelter to permanent housing and self-sufficiency by looking at a comprehensive range of needs and develop the local capacity to meet these needs. The Project identifies ways to coordinate and link resources by involving stakeholders with a shared goal of building a comprehensive system to end homelessness and prevent return to homelessness.

Frequently Asked Questions

Project Open Doors Presentation

HopeSource (City contractor that will operate sleeping center)

Resources:

Grant County

Grant County, Washington (official county page)

Homeless Task Force of Grant County

Grant/Adams County Resource Guide 

Washington State

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

Washington State Department of Commerce Homeless Assistance

Washington Connections Opportunities

Access Washington State



AD HOC HOMELESS COMMITTEE

The Ad Hoc Homeless Committee acts as an advisory committee to the City Council. The members are listed below. 

City Manager Allison Williams

Police Chief Kevin Fuhr

Community Development Director Melissa Bethel

Housing and Grants Coordinator Taylor Burton

Council Member Dean Hankins

Council Member Karen Liebrecht (spokesperson)

Council Member David Eck