ASHLAND, Ore. – Options for Helping Residents of Ashland, and Representative Pam Marsh, talked about ways homelessness is being addressed in Jackson County on January 3rd. In a public forum, Representative Marsh spoke about the state’s role in addressing ...

MEDFORD, Ore – One of the biggest city council meeting’s of the year included a whopping 18 items that were discussed, including an increase to the public safety utility fee. “This council has caught this hot potato that it’s an ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —The city of Medford is looking at buying the Redwood Inn from Rogue Retreat. Last year, Rogue Retreat started working on the facility to transform the motel into emergency housing for Almeda Fire victims and the homeless. But ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Medford’s “Project Turnkey” site is short nearly $1.8 million in funding. Now, the city is looking for ways to bring in more money for the project. Project Turnkey, a program to help house fire survivors and the ...

SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon legislature is investing millions of dollars to address the state’s housing crisis. In 2020, the state granted $65 million to create Project Turnkey for the purpose of acquiring hotels and other buildings to convert them ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – A Grants Pass transitional housing project has fallen through. The property owners backed out for personal reasons. The Sunset Inn in Grants Pass was supposed to be bought out by the All Care Community Foundation. It ...

ASHLAND, Ore — With more than four million dollars in funding from Project Turnkey, the new Options for Helping Residents of Ashland navigation center, is welcoming more people in need. The old Super 8 Motel was converted into temporary housing, ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. —The city of Grants Pass is hoping to help locals in need with additional housing, by applying for an Oregon Community Foundation grant. It hopes to open a Project Turnkey facility after other ones are in the ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Wednesday, the Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) announced funding for a Medford Project Turnkey facility which will transform an existing Medford Motel, the Redwood Inn, into emergency housing for Almeda Fire victims and houseless individuals. Upon completion, the ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — After hundreds of people were displaced by the September fires, hope and housing is on the way. The city of Medford and Rogue Retreat received over $2.5 million to help displaced southern Oregonians with housing. Just a ...

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