The purpose of the Seattle University Project on Family Homelessness is to help tell the stories of families who are homeless, and connect those stories to meaningful action. Most people know us because of the Journalism Fellowships on Family Homelessness, which was our first initiative in 2010.

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Shared Brokenness: A Reflection on “Nourish” and the One Night Count

Our partner Hannah Hunthausen reflects on the One Night Count of homelessness in King County and how she has renewed her commitment professionally and personally.

Seattle University's School of Theology & Ministry

FEBRUARY-NOURISH-CALENDARThis academic year, we at the School of Theology and Ministry are taking time each month to reflect on a theme as a learning community. Every month, a faculty or staff member offers up a personal reflection, exploring how that month’s theme applies to their life and work. (See here for an overview of these themes, which will also be highlighted in each month’s school e-newsletter.)

The theme for our school community this February 2016 is “Nourish.” We choose to unite. We choose to nourish body, mind and spirit.

When I was invited to offer a reflection on this theme, I felt compelled to share my recent experience with the One Night Count in King County, and reflect on the personal and systemic implications of human brokenness, connection and compassion.

By Hannah Hunthausen, Program Coordinator, School of Theology and Ministry (Originally published 2/2/16 on the School of Theology and Ministry website)

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