BEND, OR — Bend Heroes Foundation has announced the City of Bend has approved the Emergency Shelter Application for the Veterans Village project. The site
It is the holiday season, and temperatures have dropped in concert with the heavy clouds carrying rain across the cascade region. The stereotype of cold,
Operation Rebuild Hope has worked with Oregon Coast Community Action to get applicants for the home. Now, there’s a list full of veterans waiting for …
Veterans make up 10% of Oregon’s unhoused, an estimated 1,300 people, according to the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs. Lane County data …
BEND, OR — Bend Heroes Foundation has received commitments of both land and financial help from Deschutes county and the City of Bend to build and
Sara Webb used to be more rigid in the path she saw for veterans reintegrating into civilian life after returning from a deployment. Now, as
Central Oregon Veterans Outreach and Bend Heroes Foundation are working to build 12 small, stand-alone houses on a vacant lot on Poe Sholes Dr. in
The bulk of the $455,000 a year funding for the project is through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairsand Oregon Housing and Community Services.
MEDFORD, Ore. – Rogue Retreat got ten new, tiny home-like shelters Friday morning. Rogue Retreat operates Hope Village to help people transition out of homelessness.
VA and Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) recently teamed up to host a Facebook Live event about the ways in which Veterans and their family
Veterans at risk of or experiencing homelessness can now stay connected with their health care providers, case managers, and loved ones thanks to a nonprofit
Veterans who are homeless and at-risk of homelessness are vulnerable to COVID-19. To protect them and VA staff, VA personnel and grantees assigned to homelessness