A Road Home: 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness
Nearly 1,400 people experience homelessness on any given night in Washington County. Homelessness is a community concern with no jurisdictional boundaries and can best be addressed through a 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness and implemented through collaborative partnerships to care for this most vulnerable population. A 10-Year Plan is the cornerstone to developing strategies, programs, and activities that can best assist homeless families and individuals move to housing and self-sufficiency.
Today most American communities plan how to manage homelessness – not how to end it. Ending a complex problem like homelessness requires a commitment from all members of our community – government officials, faith and civic groups, philanthropies, businesses, housing and service providers, and concerned individuals.
On June 3, 2008, the Board of Commissioners approved the 10-Year Plan.
10-Year Plan Documents and Related Information
Washington County 10-Year Plan
- Year 1 Work Plan as adopted by HSSN July 2, 2008
- Year 2 Work Plan as adopted by HSSN June 3, 2009
- Year 3 Work Plan as adopted by HSSN June 2, 2010
- Year 4 Work Plan as adopted by HSSN June 1, 2011
- Year 5 Work Plan as adopted by HSSN June 6, 2012
- Year 6 Work Plan as adopted by HSSN June 5, 2013
Annual Homeless Assessment Reports
- 2009 Homeless Assessment Report, Year 1: A Summary of Outcomes and Challenges
- 2010 Homeless Assessment Report, Year 2: A Summary of Outcomes and Challenges
- 2011 Homeless Assessment Report, Year 3: A Summary of Outcomes and Challenges
- 2012 Homeless Assessment Report - Not Available
- 2013 Homeless Assessment Report, Year 5: A Summary of Outcomes and Challenges
Homeless Plan Advisory Committee (HPAC)
State of Oregon 10-Year Plan
United States Interagency Council on Homelessness
For more information, please contact Annette Evans.