Because the mid-Willamette counties are lumped with rural areas of Oregon, they are not among those prioritized for the money. That's got officials thinking of new ways to get access.
Sweet Home opened its first low-barrier shelter for people experiencing homelessness, the only one of its kind in East Linn County.
Executive Director of The Family Assistance and Resource Center Shirley Byrd shares the importance of the new low-barrier shelter in Sweet Home.
“Being poor should not be a death sentence,” said Rev. Jen Butler.
First Christian Church's port-a-potty for the unhoused prompted a monthslong discussion until city leaders finally arrived at a solution.
A tiny home village is coming to Albany. But the site has a date with the bulldozer first.
The Creating Housing Coalition got funds for its Tiny Home Village. In the meantime, they are helping out on the street.
Forget tents. In Albany, many unhoused people live out of their cars.
Here's where to compare and contrast the differing views of the people running for Albany mayor, Ward 1, Ward 2 and Ward 3.
Corvallis’ conversations about its downtown unhoused populations are about to get a little bit country.
Oregon has been in a housing crisis for years.
A current staff member comes forward to give answers.
Three organizations with very different plans came forward with their hands out. All — for now — left empty-handed.
Three of its top employees give two weeks' notice this week.
Shirley Seits was tired of being lonely when she moved back to Lebanon.
Thirty new beds would be available for a different kind of client.
Unhoused youth have a renovated space to call "home" for the time being. Here's what's new.
The city of angels is at war with its homeless. Attempting to claim back the city’s public spaces, the city is forcibly removing the homeless from parks and sidewalks across Los Angeles. But where are the unhoused being moved to and will this finally bring the crisis that is being felt across the nation to an end?