City, county tout accomplishments of homelessness response

Despite a sentiment from some that the city of Portland and Multnomah County aren’t doing enough to tackle the homelessness challenge, officials say they are making headway. In a release from the Joint Office of Homeless Services, the city and county provided an update on the goal of creating 2,000 units of supportive housing by 2028. (Supportive housing combines affordable housing with services for mental health, addiction and other areas.) “Homelessness begins and ends with a home,” said…

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City, county tout accomplishments of homelessness response

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