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Entries by Lisa Frack
Hello from Human Solutions! Well it’s been another busy few weeks in East Multnomah County! I hope you’ll take a moment to see what’s going on – and how you can engage, including nearly 10 job openings! LIKE TO COOK? HAVE WE GOT A FUN ROLE FOR YOU! We provide emergency shelter to thousands of […]
April is Fair Housing Month. Last week, Multnomah County highlighted the work of the Housing Stability Team which works to ensure people who already have homes don’t lose them.
The Portland Children’s Levy was created by voters in 2002 and overwhelmingly renewed in both 2008 and 2013. In the 15 years since voters first approved the Levy over $150 million has been invested in over 50 organizations. Levy funds have annually supported services for more than 14,000 children and hunger relief services to more […]
Dear Friends of Human Solutions, Happy Spring! We’re ready, how about you? We’re writing today to update you on what we’re up to here at Human Solutions these days. As usual, it’s a lot, so we picked a few highlights: YOU’RE INVITED! BENEFIT CONCERT @ THE OLD CHURCH We hope you’ll join us for a […]
Dear Friends & Supporters of Human Solutions, Like many of you, I woke up Tuesday, February 20th to hear a sobering, difficult and, in places, one-sided account of the history of our Family Center by OPB reporter Amelia Templeton. We welcomed Amelia into our Family Center a few months ago to help tell the hidden […]
As you may have heard, Human Solutions made the difficult decision with our partners at Multnomah County on February 7, 2018 to temporarily suspend operations at our Family Center Emergency Shelter while we investigate the status of our roof. The building’s roof has experienced some slow leaks that have caused some areas of the ceiling […]
“With Oregon exploding onto the national scene in the last decade, becoming one of the most popular destinations to move to, the area east of 82nd Avenue—including East Portland, Gresham, Troutdale, and Fairview—has come to be affectionately called “The Numbers.” It has one of the area’s highest concentration of school-age children, a sky-high poverty rate, […]