GRANTS PASS, Ore.- AllCare Health is giving $200k to Community and Shelter Assistance (CASA) of Oregon. According to AllCare’s Senior Housing Director Julie Akins, the grant funding is going towards the preservation of a 110 space co-op manufactured home park ...

  MEDFORD, Ore.- The Medford City Council kicked off its series of town hall events on Wednesday, starting with Ward 1 at North Medford High School. The town hall series allows citizens and city officials to meet face to face ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- On March 27th, a Federal Judge in Medford, siding with a Brookings church in its long running dispute with the city that tried to stop the congregation from feeding the homeless. Reverend Lindley says the church has been ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Grants Pass City Council has placed more regulations on providing services to those experiencing homelessness. The city says a number of organizations hold regular events to provide the unhoused population with food, services, and medical ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – An event Saturday (2/3/2024) in Ashland saw several speakers talk about the homelessness issue in Oregon and strategies to come up with a solution. Oregon Representative for District 5, Pam Marsh said, “If we invest with the ...

WASHINGTON D.C. – The Supreme Court is set to review a case in which a Grants Pass woman is suing the city, saying it’s anti-camping ordinance and criminal trespass laws violate her eighth and fourteenth amendment rights. On Friday the ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- January 9th marks Governor Kotek’s first year in office, and she is continuing statewide efforts toward addressing the homeless crisis by signing two executive orders. The first of those orders, EO 24-02, will maintain added capacity to the state’s ...

On Friday, all Rogue Retreat residents from the campground on the Biddle Road have moved into the organization’s new west Medford site called The Crossings. The announcement came during Thursday night’s special Medford City Council meeting. According to Rogue Retreats ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– The City of Ashland is working to pass a new camping ordinance that could go into effect as soon as next month. The new law provides clarity on where, when and how people can camp in public spaces. ...

ASHLAND, Ore.- The City of Ashland is considering a law to regulate public camping. It would give directions to law enforcement on how they can keep the public safe through how they approach unhoused people. The law would also establish ...

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