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The Dalles Homeless Meeting Sept. 11th

The Dalles Homeless Action Committee will be holding it's next monthly meeting on Septmeber 11th to continue the request from The Dalles City Manager Julie Krueger regarding homelessness in The Dalles. The group has come up with a new name and has been looking at resources in the community and where there are gaps in the community to help our homeless population.


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Ten Year Plan

Mid-Columbia’s Ten Year Plan to End Homelessness

The goal of this plan is to address the serious, largely invisible, debilitating conditions of homelessness as it relates to the citizens of Hood River, Wasco and Sherman counties and to propose ideas and a plan for mitigating it.

Individuals and organizations in Hood River, Wasco, and Sherman counties collaboratively drafted the Mid-Columbia 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness, under the guidance of Oregon’s Housing and Community Services, with input from local and regional citizens and nonprofit groups dedicated to serving vulnerable, low-income people. 

Most homelessness in the Mid-Columbia region is hidden and can be easy to overlook. Some of our community’s homeless live in cars, travel trailers or tents. Others are victims of violence and are temporarily lodged in domestic violence shelters. Some must leave the community, pulling their children out of school and finding temporary refuge in shelters across the river in Washington state or in Portland. Others are “doubled up” with family or friends and cannot stay long. Some are young adults who have aged out of the foster care system. Some are veterans, who gave of themselves for their country, returning home to find jobs and affordable housing scarce. Some recently-homeless citizens struggled for years to maintain their homes but ultimately lost them because of aging, long-term unemployment or debilitating health conditions. These people are members of our community. They are friends, family members, neighbors, employees, and co-workers. They are homeless, and as a community, we must collaborate to address their needs.


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Program Partners

Mid Columbia Community Action Council, Inc would like to thank the following partners we work with in the community and who support our anti-poverty efforts. Would you like to be a partner and help us reduce poverty in the Mid Columbia area? Contact us to find out how you can help.


Donors

Mid Columbia Community Action Council, Inc would like to thank the following individuals, businesses and organizations who support the Community Action mission:

 

 


  • Jim Slusher
  • Jane Welp
  • PEO Chapter Q
  • Methodist Church
  • USPS
  • Orchard View Farms
  • Callie Jordan
  • Karen Maravilla
  • Grocery Outlet
  • Chris & Judy Zukin
  • James & Kimberly Young
  • Griffith Motors
  • Joseph Gregoire
  • Joanne Evelyn Ward
  • Barbara McNab
  • Brett & Diane Hartley
  • Azure Standard
  • The Dalles Firefighters
  • Hydro Flask
  • Home Depot
  • United Way of The Col. Gorge
  • Oregon Dept Of Forestry
  • Col. Gorge Pathology Associates
  • T.R. Hilyard Co.
  • Charmaine Ross
  • Knights of Columbus
  • Kathryn Bayer
  • Brian & Gloria Tuck