Homelessness in Central Oregon
On just one cold January night in Central Oregon, more than 1450 people were living without a safe, stable, place to call home.
Of those people experiencing homelessness that night, 550 were living unsheltered, that is, sleeping outside, in a car, or in another place not meant for human habitation.
Of those people who were living unsheltered, nearly 200 were children or youth.
In Central Oregon, we envision a region where, “No one should experience homelessness – no one should be without a safe, stable place to call home.”
That is why the Homeless Leadership Coalition is committed to preventing and ending homelessness.