A Road Home

Homelessness is a community concern with no jurisdictional boundaries and can best be addressed through a comprehensive plan focused on prevention and ending of homelessness, and implemented through collaborative partnerships to care for this most vulnerable population. A Road Home is the cornerstone to developing strategies, programs, and activities that can best assist homeless families and individuals move to housing and self-sufficiency. 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. Following a 5-month outreach and engagement process with nearly 80 community stakeholders, the Washington County Board of Commissioners approved the next phase of A Road Home on June 19, 2018.

Please direct all comments or questions to Ty_Schwoeffermann@co.washington.or.us, Community Engagement Program Coordinator.

A Road Home

Annual Work Plan (current fiscal year)

Annual Homeless Assessment Reports



Appointed by the Washington County Board of County Commissioners to provide leadership and oversight to the implementation of A Road Home, the community's plan to prevent and end homelessness.

United States Interagency Council on Homelessness