Next Membership Meeting Friday, February 5 at 8:00 a.m.
Details of the online meeting will be included in an upcoming e-newsletter. Use the form at the bottom right of this page to subscribe if you don’t already receive our e-newsletter.
Central Oregon Winter Shelters
Locations and operating times for winter shelters in Central Oregon.
COVID-19 Referral and Coordinated Entry Form
Central Oregon Resource Map
The Central Oregon Resource Map is now live. Resources on the map include: … stations, public restrooms, food resources and more The map can be accessed through the Central Oregon Resource Directory. Look for the “Central Oregon Resource Locator Map” Button within each city page listed in the directory. You can also directly access the map through this link: Central Oregon Resource Map.
Where to make financial donations
During the Covid-19 pandemic, our most vulnerable neighbors need your support. Please donate our partner organizations serving the unhoused in Central Oregon…
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information Page
COVID-19 is an emerging threat in Central Oregon and will pose a higher risk for people experiencing homelessness. We’ve compiled a list of legitimate resources of information and recent news for providers and the general public, and will post announcements on this page and in email updates.
2020 Point In Time (PIT) Count
The PIT Count is a count of people who are homeless or in transitional housing in Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson counties including the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. The count is a part of a State and national effort to identify the number of people struggling to find appropriate and adequate housing. Click here to view 2020 PIT Count data…
Be a Partner
We are a collaboration of community partners in Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs engaging the community through education, advocacy, planning, prioritization and accountability for services to persons experiencing homelessness. We are…
Working Together to Prevent and End Homelessness in Central Oregon