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September 22, 2020

Dear HLC Members,

The Homeless Leadership Coalition (HLC) is a collaboration of community partners in Crook, Jefferson, and Deschutes counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs engaging the community through education, advocacy, planning, prioritization and accountability for services to persons experiencing homelessness. 

Central Oregon has long recognized the need for a more coordinated and informed response to homelessness and people living in poverty.  Since the late 1990’s, The Central Oregon Homeless Leadership Coalition has been tackling this challenging and often dynamic problem.

The HLC consists of more than 40 organizations and individuals from Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson Counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.  They include shelter providers, public schools, public health, emergency services, veterans outreach, faith communities, public safety, mental health, housing services, public services, private employers, people with lived experience of homelessness and others.  They represent a diverse group of interests, unified by a common focus.

With election season in the air, we want to encourage HLC members to remain engaged in local civic matters all year long. Here are the links for local city & county meetings:
 
Crook County meetings
Deschutes County meetings
Jefferson County meetings
 
Bend City Council
Madras City Council
Prineville City Council
Redmond City Council
Sisters City Council


With appreciation, 
The Homeless Leadership Coalition 
 
Next HLC Meeting: Friday, November 6th 8-9am
Held virtually on Zoom 

For more info, email info@cohomeless.org.
NeighborImpact plans to pass through a portion of their total Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) federal grant award for 2020-21 to sub-recipients who provide ESG qualifying services as established by Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

The amount of ESG allocation that is available to fund this request for proposal is $114,500.

The funding under this RFP will be available for the time period beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021. The due date for this RFP is Monday, November 2, 2020. Final decisions will be made and applicants notified with awarded amounts by Monday, November 16, 2020.

For more information and to access the RFP, click here
Stay tuned for more information from the HLC regarding OHCS's ESG CV2 allocation process. As we understand more about the process, we will be providing some technical assistance to ensure an equitable process for accessing this funding opportunity!
Check out COVOs new brochure by clicking the link above 
Please help us to get the word out in regards to our Citizenship classes will resume (LIVE) on Thursday, 10-22.
Please note that space will be LIMITED, so please have interested parties call #541.350.8133 or our LCA Office @ 541.325.6837
Click the image above for flyers 
Do you work with people dealing with housing insecurity? Your clients may be among the millions of people who are eligible to receive their Economic Impact Payment under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, who haven’t claimed it yet.
These individuals have until November 21, 2020 to claim their stimulus payment this year. 
 Read more from the FTC on getting stimulus funds to homeless communities.
Lawyers from Legal Aid Services of Central Oregon discuss Oregon's latest landlord-tenant law eviction moratorium. 
Watch the recording here
This year, more than ever, the influenza vaccine is recommended for all due to COVID-19. When you are vaccinated against flu, you protect yourself and lower the chances of infecting others, including people at high risk of developing potentially serious flu complications as well as keeping hospital beds available for those with COVID-19. #FightFlu

The Oregon Housing Conference is an interdisciplinary educational gathering – online for the first time in 2020 – of experts and advocates discussing issues about housing important to people in recovery from mental illness and addiction.

December 1-2. 2020

The Conference in 2020 will include four municipal case studies on COVID 19 and Homelessness within the Ninth Circuit Court. Municipalities to be studied are Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Portland. Each city is within the Ninth Circuit Court’s ruling Martin v. Boise.

To learn more and register, visit: http://oregonhousingconference.org/ 


Thanks for reading! 
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The HLC would like to share information related to housing, homeless, marginalized individuals, and opportunities for engagement in our community. If you have an announcement to share, please email a brief (50 words) description and a URL link to Newsletter@COHomeless.org. The HLC reserves the right to edit or decline any submission.

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