KATU Story: Rose Haven Holds Resource Fair to Help People Find Social Services
On June 8, KATU stopped by Rose Haven’s annual resource fair. Among the bustle of 20+ local agencies connecting with Rose Haven guests, KATU chatted with Executive Director Katie O’Brien about the importance of the resource fair in reducing barriers to services for women, children, and people of marginalized genders experiencing homelessness.
Read the full story and see the interview with Katie here!
A special thank you to the agencies who participated in our Resource Fair:
4D Recovery, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Bybee Lakes Hope Center, Caminos Diferentes, Central City Concern, Cupcake Girls, Dress for Success Oregon, Goodwill Industries, Ground Up, Meadowlark Employment Services, Multnomah County Library, Multnomah County SNAP Program, National University of Natural Medicine, Operation Nightwatch, Oregon Department of Human Services, Portland Animal Welfare Team, Portland Rescue Mission, Quest Center for Integrative Health, Sexual Assault Resource Center, Street Books, Street Roots, Transition Projects, and William Temple House