Advocacy: an act of advocating; espousal; support.
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
- Contribute your time and money to fight against homelessness in Oregon. Contact a shelter or other homeless services program in your community and ask them how you can help.
The Western Regional Advocacy Project was founded in 2005 by local social justice organizations across the West Coast to expose and eliminate the root causes of homelessness and poverty, empower communities to demand protection of civil and human rights, and advocate for restoring federal funding for affordable housing. Our members represent the diversity of experiences and faces of what is a growing human rights crisis in every community in the United States.
To read more about WRAP...http://wraphome.org/
Oregon Homeless Bill of Rights - http://wraphome.org/what/homeless-bill-of-rights/oregon-r2r/
Organizing Tools - http://wraphome.org/organizing/
Contact Your Government Representatives
"What we would like to do is change the world - make it a little simpler for people to feed, clothe, and shelter themselves as God intended for them to do"
P.O. Box 439, Silverton, OR 97381
OCHH Board of Directors
Karolle Hughes, MBA
Independent Nonprofit Consultant
South River Community Health Center
Chaplain to the Marginalized,
Housing Transitions Action Group Douglas County (HTAG)
MV Liaison & Indian Education Coordinator
HOST, NW Human Services
Salvation Army Veterans & Family Shelter
Housing & Choice Model Services Lead
Benton County Health Services
Additional Conference Planning Committee Members