Human Solution's New Website

Welcome to Our New Website

Human Solutions is trilled to present our new website! Our new site will allow us to better communicate with all of our stakeholders. We can more easily let you know what is going with the agency, and we have made it easier for you to find the information you need!

Have a look around and check out all of the new content and features. While you are there, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter so you will always know what’s happening.

Board of Directors Names New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of Human Solutions, Inc. announced today that Andy Miller has been named Executive Director of the Human Solutions, effective July 13. He will succeed Jean DeMaster, who is retiring at the end of September. . In announcing the appointment of Miller, Carla Piluso, chair of Human Solutions' Board of Directors, stated […]

Summer Meals in Portland

Summer Meals for Kids

Human Solutions recognizes the importance of summer meals for kids. That’s why we work with our partners to provide summer lunch’s at eight of our housing complexes. The lunches are provided by the Centennial, Reynolds and Gresham Barlow School Districts. We also received a grant from Partnership for a Hunger Free Oregon to support staffing costs. We provide parents and teens living in the complexes stipends to help serve lunches and organize fun activities for children. Last year, we served nearly 10,000 lunches, and expect to exceed that number this year.

State of Housing in Portland

The Portland Housing Bureau released a new report called The State of Housing in Portland. In the forward to the report, Housing Commissioner Dan Saltzman, states that the report, the first of its kind for the Portland area, “is a comprehensive look at Portland’s housing market, integrating the most current private and pubic data. This report and those that follow are intended to help inform policy decisions by providing timely, meaningful information on what is occurring in the market now as well as its impact on Portlanders of different races, ethnicities, family composition, and income levels.”

Read the full report here.