Anthony’s Journey to Sobriety

It was nearly a year ago that Anthony sat across from me in Street Bean’s Belltown coffee shop. That day, he was just shy of the 60-day mark into his seventh journey toward sobriety in just 23 years, but he was optimistic about the future. He’d been on the streets since his mid-teens, raised by two

We want to get 450 youth off the streets in 100 days.

New Horizons is honored to be part of a statewide coalition of youth service providers, led by A Way Home Washington, that have accepted a challenge to house 450 youth in King County in 100 days. These accelerated efforts will specifically aim to house our most vulnerable: the approximately 282 young people who are not

Celebrating One Year of YAES: the Young Adult Emergency Shelter

Not long ago, television producer and writer Shonda Rhimes wrote a New York Times bestseller called Year of Yes, in which she reflects on the many ways saying yes positively impacted her life. It’s difficult to believe, but one year ago New Horizons said yes to opening the Young Adult Emergency Shelter, which we’ve conveniently abbreviated to sound like a

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