Houseless Collaborative Continues Touring Government Panels

Members of the Mid-Columbia Houseless Collaborative are continuing their tour of governmental panels in the five-county area, presenting its five-year strategic plan.  Mid-Columbia Community Action’s Kenny LaPoint notes there have been 40 different agencies from governments to non-profits involved in putting together the plan, which he adds is historic in being the first developed on a regional level.  The strategic plan includes four different topics:  shelter, services, housing, and advocacy.  The plan is the first step in the Collaborative’s effort, with implementation efforts including the staffing of a Mid-Columbia Office of Housing Stabilization in coordination with Mid-Columbia Community Action and Washington Gorge Action Programs.

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