Questions?

main number

(503) 988-2525

FOR THE MEDIA

Denis Theriault, Communications Coordinator
(503) 893-9430

EMAIL

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A Home for Every Veteran
homelessvets@multco.us

A Home for Everyone
ahfe@multco.us

Joint Office of Homeless Services STAFf

A Home for Everyone is staffed by the Joint Office of Homeless Services.

Patricia Rojas
Deputy Director

Marc Jolin
Director

Ryan Deibert
Program Manager

Christian Elkin
Budget and Finance Manager

Sally Erickson
Program Manager

María Álvarez-Lugo, Domestic Violence, Program Specialist
Adela Boanca, College to County Intern
Caitlin Burke, Alternative Shelter Program Specialist
Caitlin Campbell, Homeless Youth Continuum, Program Specialist Senior
Robin Davis, Adult Services, Program Specialist
Katie Dineen, Coordinated Access, Program Technician
Kaytee Evans, Program Technician
Rhea Graves, Office Assistant
Tiffany Kingery, Homeless Family System of Care, Program Specialist Senior
Dawn Martin, Program Specialist
Erin Pidot, Continuum of Care, Program Specialist Senior
April Rohman, Adult Shelter and Severe Weather, Program Specialist
Steve Richard, Data Analyst Senior
Kim Stewart, Grant Accountant, Finance Specialist
Shelby Trinh, Office Assistant
Carrie Young, Program Assistant

JOINT OFFICE OF HOMELESS SERVICES

 

The Joint Office of Homeless Services was established in 2016 to oversee the delivery of services to people experiencing homelessness in Multnomah County. The office represents a shared commitment between Multnomah County and the City of Portland to making services easier to access for those in need.

Joint Office of Homeless Services
209 SW 4th Ave, Suite 105
Portland, OR 97204

The Joint Office of Homeless Services manages contracts with service providers who provide housing placement and retention services, emergency shelter, severe weather shelter, job skills training, and other services.

The Joint Office also supports the community-wide A Home for Everyone initiative, conducts homeless street counts and one-night shelter counts, produces data on homelessness outcomes, and applies for and oversees funds issued by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Continuum of Care program.