Ashley Dibble shows a photo of her daughter Aeon, 3, from her bed in Seattle’s “Navigation Center,” a 24-hour, low-barrier homeless shelter.
Ashley Dibble shows a photo of her daughter Aeon, 3, from her bed in Seattle’s “Navigation Center,” a 24-hour, low-barrier homeless shelter. Ted S. Warren AP file
Ashley Dibble shows a photo of her daughter Aeon, 3, from her bed in Seattle’s “Navigation Center,” a 24-hour, low-barrier homeless shelter. Ted S. Warren AP file

This Seattle shelter gets people out of tents, but getting them into housing is tougher

December 20, 2017 03:53 PM