Calling all Landlords! Partner with the Landlord Liaison Project and be part of the SOLUTION to End Homelessness in King County Help be a part of the SOLUTION to ending homelessness and ensuring that no one sleeps on the streets in cars or under bridges. If you have vacant rooms, apartments or houses in King County and would like to do your part to end homelessness in our community, then consider becoming a partner with the Landlord Liaison Project and work to collaborate with social service agencies and clients while receiving assurances of support from the Landlord Liaison Project. The King County Landlord Liaison Project (LLP) is a partnership among landlords and property managers, participating service providers, homeless individuals and families and the YWCA. The goal of LLP is to help homeless individuals and families access permanent housing and achieve housing stability. Participating landlords agree to apply alternative screening criteria to applicants and in exchange receive rapid response access to a 24-hour call-in line, risk reduction funds and tenants who are connected to ongoing support services. There is also eviction prevention assistance in case difficulties arise. The YWCA and participating service providers are dedicated to being strong partners. If you wish to know more about this program and be a part of the SOLUTION, visit LLP’s website or contact Larry Todd, YWCA Housing Specialist at 206-336-4616 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about the Landlord Liaison Project in Pierce County, click here or call 253-536-6200.