In response to COVID-19, and in partnership with PBEM and MCHD, the City has placed several portable toilets and handwashing stations at strategic locations throughout the City. Additional units are expected to be placed in the near future.Read More…
In May 2021, the Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program revised its campsite removal protocols with the support of City Council.
Memo dated March 2021 from Multnomah County Health to the City's Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program.
After reduced campsite removals during COVID-19, City Council agrees to address health and safety risks. The City will continue providing outreach, hygiene access and other services to people experiencing homelessness.
As Multnomah County reopens, the City of Portland will adjust campsite cleanup procedures to protect health and safety - including yours.
In response to COVID-19, and in partnership with PBEM and MCHD, the City has placed several portable toilets and handwashing stations at strategic locations throughout the City. Additional units are expected to be placed in the near future.
A simplified version following the One Point of Contact process-- from the initial filing of a report to cleanup or site monitoring.
This page illustrates the outcomes from all of the sites the Navigation Team has worked at through February 2021.
Provided through Multnomah County, this community resource list contains a wide range of information including but not limited to Alcohol and Drug Help, Clothing, Food, Legal Aid and even Family Resource information.
HUCIRP is requesting applications from social service providers, business owners, non-profits, and faith communities willing to partner with the City on expanded access for sanitation services to unhoused community members in Portland.
Information on the Hygiene Program Pilot HUCIRP is implementing.
Provided through A Home For Everyone, this online dashboard highlights data received from the 2019 Point-In-Time Count.
A snapshot count of the number of individuals experiencing homelessness in Portland/Gresham/Multnomah County, Oregon
Information about the City of Portland's Policy related to cleanup of unlawful campsites following the Anderson Settlement Agreement.
The Anderson Settlement Agreement governs the process by which the City responds to unsanctioned campsites.
IGA for the removal and disposition of personal property upon ODOT State Right-of-Way located within the City of Portland.
Information related to the City's Day Storage Program
Information related to the IGA between the City of Portland and ODOT to conduct campsite cleanups on ODOT property within City limits.
Learn more about the Navigation Team, funded through the Joint Office of Homeless Services, and how HUCIRP provides support.
Read about the performance of the Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program.
The 2019-2021 HUCIRP Strategic Plan provides a three-year roadmap for helping to achieve the program's mission.
Information for Religious Institutions regarding Safe Park Programs and Transitional Housing Allowances.
A system designed to streamline services aimed at improving public health and safety.
This flow chart shows how the program prioritizes and responds to campsite reports.
Answers to frequently asked questions about housing and homelessness in Portland.
Information for individuals seeking shelter
If you are experiencing homelessness and your belongings were taken as part of a City cleanup, click here to get more information on what you can do to retrieve your belongings.
Established in 2016 to oversee the delivery of services to people experiencing homelessness in the City of Portland and Multnomah County.
About the regional collaboration working to house individuals experiencing homelessness
You can help make a difference in the lives of those who truly need it.
Information about the City's programs to help manage livability issues associated with homelessness.
When camps are cleaned up, campers are provided at least 72 hours written notice before the City comes to clean the area. Click here to learn more about the City's response to unsanctioned camping.