Affordable Housing Course now available online

Those who were unable to attend the Department of Commerce short-course on affordable housing held in Port Orchard on March 14th, can now view the program online.

The program is available to view and download at: bkat.viebit.com/player.php?hash=z7K684gaE662

The program is also posted on the Kitsap County Department of Human Services Housing and Homelessness Program webpage at:

kitsapgov.com/hs/Pages/HH-Reports-and-Data-Affordable-Housing.aspx

There are a myriad of related resources, data and other information at: kitsapgov.com/hs/Pages/HH-Housing-and-Homelessness-Landing.aspx or visit the Kitsap County Housing and Homelessness Coalition at kitsaphhc.org/.

For more information, contact Kirsten Jewell, Housing and Homelessness Program Coordinator of Kitsap County Human Services, at (360) 337-7286 or kjewell@co.kitsap.wa.us.

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