Author: Blair Best (KGW) ASTORIA, Ore. (KGW) — The city of Astoria is limiting the hours people can camp on public property in order to cut down the number of people sleeping outside local businesses and parks for long periods ...

Author: Kyle Iboshi (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — Daria Anderson couldn’t wait to show off her new apartment in Northwest Portland. It has two bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen. “Come on in here,” said Anderson, walking through the front ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– Medford City Council voted unanimously last night for Rogue Retreat to operate its new homeless Navigation Center. The new roughly $4.5 million building is located on Market Street off Biddle. Rogue Retreat plans to have the facility fully ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– Rogue Retreat hoped to enter into a new partnership with the City of Medford Thursday. City Council voted on whether to hire the non-profit to operate it’s new multi-million dollar homeless Navigation Center. “The goal is to provide ...

ROSEBURG, Ore. – Roseburg is gearing up for a ribbon cutting at its new Gary Leif Navigation Center. Next Thursday, June 23, the city along with United Community Action will dedicate the building. It’s named after State Representative Gary Leif, ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. —A Housing and Homelessness Summit was held Thursday to address the ongoing crisis in the Rogue Valley. Organizations like Youth 71Five Ministries, Jackson Care Connect, Hearts with A Mission, and Compass House took part in the summit. ...

Author: Blair Best (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — A city audit investigation has found the Joint Office of Homeless Services, a city and county-funded program housing those facing homelessness in Portland, wasted taxpayer dollars on a property that was deteriorating. ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Ashland’s emergency shelter is shutting down. Last year, the City of Ashland partnered with Rogue Retreat, thanks in part to a $300,000 grant from the state, to set up a temporary shelter in the Rogue Valley to ...

PORTLAND, ORe. (KGW) – On any given day, thousands of people in Portland navigate the challenges of being homeless. Countless city resources, non-profit organizations, volunteers, business owners, neighbors and homeless people are focused on the crisis and how to respond. On April 21, ...

SALEM, Ore. – Oregon Democrats are proposing a $400 million package to address the state’s homelessness crisis. The money is intended to go toward addressing immediate housing and community needs, building on investments, increasing the supply of affordable homes, and ...

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