Keep up with the city of portland's "response to homelessness" newsletter


  • SUMMER 2019 | ISSUE 6: Joint Office launches Navigation Team outreach project | Portland Street Response update from Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty’s office | Neurodiversity and The P.I.E. Approach | Update from the Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program | Message from Mayor Ted Wheeler

  • SPRING 2019 | ISSUE 5: “Why hygiene?” | Joint Office severe weather and winter shelter helps hundreds every night | Portland and Multnomah County’s quiet and relentless “upstream” work with rent assistance | Provider profile: Portland Street Medicine | Vehicle Inspection Team provides hope | Message from Mayor Ted Wheeler

  • WINTER 2018-19 | ISSUE 4: “A hand up to hope: Outreach workers bring supplies, housing connections night after night” | Provider profiles: Central City Concern, Sunshine Division and Portland Homeless Family Solutions | Outreach spotlight: Tiffany Grigg | Message from Mayor Ted Wheeler


  • JULY - SEPTEMBER 2018 | ISSUE 3: Record outcomes and supportive housing: Addressing chronic homelessness | Outreach spotlight: Operation Nightwatch | FY 2017-18 outcomes data update | New syringe boxes installed | Message from Mayor Ted Wheeler

  • APRIL - JUNE 2018 | ISSUE 2: City, county recommit to growing services; shelter expansion continues | Success story: Home holds the key to rebuilding a life | 3rd quarter 2017-18 outcomes data update | Central City Concern helps people back to work with Clean Start program | Message from Mayor Ted Wheeler

  • JANUARY - MARCH 2018 | ISSUE 1: Outreach workers build trust, connections that lead to stable homes | Record housing outcomes in Fiscal Year 2016-17 | Volunteers help hundreds find shelter during severe weather | Message from Mayor Ted Wheeler