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End Veterans' Experiencing Homelessness

Governor Kate Brown has put forth an initiative to end Veteran homelessness in the State of Oregon. The Governor has directed the Oregon Department of Veteran's Affairs and Oregon Housing and Community Services to combine forces and work with front line partners to marshal state, federal, and local resources with nonprofits, faith-based organizations, and others to expand Veterans' housing. Several regional communities including the City of Eugene, Lane County, the City of Portland, and Multnomah County have shown a pathway with focused innovation and collaboration to ensure a home for every Veteran. Governor Brown called on state leaders to invest in similar, proven local initiatives to expand homeless prevention resources and permanent affordable housing options for veterans and their families throughout Oregon.​

Operation Welcome Home information:

Commitment Statement

Information on the Ten Selected Communities​

Oct. 2, 2018 - Operation Welcome Home Campaign, Application Questions and Survey Monkey​.


RELATED RESOURCES

Homeless Veterans Partners & Providers, June 2018 Convening Success Report​

Veterans Resource Map​


United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH)


Housing and Urban Development (HUD)


Women Veterans


Landlord Engagement Strategies


Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)


Research


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