As more people are pushed outside, we will continue to provide equitable access to care for those who are suffering from health disparities in our community.
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Although few homeless people have Coronavirus, Portland is to resume clearing camps. Neighbors and business owners are complaining about the growing camps.
Portland police conducted a number of homeless camp cleanups in Old Town and Chinatown on Thursday, after announcing earlier this month they would carry out “high visibility patrols” focused on crime prevention. PPB said the patrols were in response to residents’ perceptions of being unsafe in the neighborhood.
Police Chief Jamie Resch said the patrols aren’t merely to keep downtown clean.
Due to the ongoing challenge of coronavirus, Rose Haven has temporarily changed its model of service.
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Thanks to your support, in 2017 we once again served a record number of women and children in need. 3,383 women and children visited Rose Haven 20,389 times. This is 6% increase over 2016 and a 31% increase over the past 3 years.
Matching Gift Opportunity – NWGSD will match gifts to support 20 women for a year at Rose Haven! It only costs $189 to serve a women or child for an entire year at Rose Haven. Nasty Women Get Shit Done PDX has a goal of sponsoring 20 women for a whole year at our shelter, and is […]