Non-profit serving Native youth designated as EnVision Center

By Madison Smalstig | The Oregonian/OregonLive Portland’s Native American Youth and Family Center was recently selected as a new EnVision Center by the…

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Vast majority of Portland tenants paid April rent despite economic fallout from coronavirus

By Jamie Goldberg | The Oregonian/OregonLive Despite the economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis, the vast majority of renters in the…

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Local caterer, propped up by Amazon, serves new clientele: public housing residents

By Scott Greenstone Seattle Times staff reporter Alissa Leinonen’s catering company in Seattle, Gourmondo, was projecting record sales at the beginning of…

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‘A real lifeline’ or too little? What the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus could mean for Washington state

By Jim Brunner  and Daniel Beekman The unprecedented $2 trillion coronavirus rescue package agreed to by Congress and President Donald Trump is expected…

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Join Us For a NAHRO Virtual Convening on Monday!

Despite the challenges posed by COVID-19, NAHRO remains committed to connecting you with industry leaders and important perspectives. In lieu…

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PNRC NAHRO Seeks Audit Firm Bids

The Pacific Northwest Regional Council of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (PNRC) invites qualifying audit firms to…

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Coronavirus: Hong Kong families awaiting public housing flats taken for quarantine say delay has real-life consequences

By Lilian Chen, South China Morning Post Just 15 per cent of the 4,670 families who have seen their public…

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Information on Coronavirus for PHA Residents

Earlier today, HUD sent an email with links to fact sheets from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about COVID-19…

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Infectious Disease Toolkit for CoCs

The Department has released a new Infectious Disease Toolkit for Continuums of Care (CoCs). The toolkits provide “structure and specific…

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Seattle Illustrates How Big Cities’ Limits On New Housing Contribute To Homelessness

Andrew Wimer, Contributor Institute For Justice The Seattle City Council recently voted to allow the creation of up to 40 new…

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