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Right of Way Initiative

Program Overview

In June of 2022, Washington state legislators released a plan to respond to the “phenomena” of unsheltered homelessness and camp communities along the I-5 corridor and Rights of ways (RoWs). Funding was allocated to five different counties, including Thurston County, to create additional shelter and housing options for individuals living in camp communities living on RoWs, and provide move-in support for relocating camp residents. While the RoW project has evolved over time, OlyMAP’s role has stayed the same—to provide advocacy and support to participants to help maximize their success of getting into housing and staying in housing.  

As of January 2024, OlyMAP has helped facilitate more than x residents move into improved housing. 

For more information or questions related to the ROW program, please contact us. 

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