Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets
Step Beyond is starting up again at PSKS!
Step Beyond is a supportive community for people who have experienced homelessness and who have recently gained housing or are at-risk of losing housing, with the objective to minimize homelessness recidivism.
Specific Step Beyond case management is offered for individuals 26 and older, but group...Read More »
We will be Steppin’ out for Peace in a big way with some exciting live items!
- Seahawks Club Seats for the November 9th game against the NY Giants & a Seahawks autographed item.
- Three...Read More »
PSKS is proud to be working with the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce on their “Clean and Safe Committee” working to address issues recently in the news about crime on Capitol Hill (especially the Cal Anderson park area_. As the ONLY non-profit on Capitol Hill serving youth...Read More »
Re-Inventing Steps to Education (RISE) Learning Center Coordinator
Summary of RISE Program: Each year, the RISE Learning Center at PSKS provides educational encouragement and support to more than 50 homeless and at-risk youth and young adults. Those who seek services from RISE have had disrupted educations and have not been well served by...Read More »
As a new queer outreach intern coming into a new space trying to fill in gaps to successfully outreach and provide for our peers is a daunting task. Being the small non-profit we are we don’t always have enough resources to provide in the way we want.
We are going to...Read More »
By Giving BIG to PSKS today you’ll help unleash the gifts and talents of hundreds of homeless youth working to secure a stable home.
PSKS is the only homeless youth agency in Seattle that respects and includes youth on our board of directors and supports their leadership within our...Read More »
Hello! My name is Holly, and I am a Queer Youth Outreach intern with PSKS. As a queer youth who experienced houseless-ness, I am not alone: 45% of participants at Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets identify as LGBTQ (research shows rates of 20-40% nationally). This statistic...Read More »
RISE (Re-Inventing Steps to Education) has been providing educational services for young people whose needs have not been met by mainstream school systems for nearly two decades. RISE is a GED program for students who are eager to learn, but who face challenges and barriers that make it difficult...Read More »