Oregon Considered

Salvation Army, OHSU to Open Homeless Infirmary

April 21, 2005

The Salvation Army and a Portland hospital announced Thursday that they're teaming up to open a new infirmary for homeless people.

The 15-bed facility will be in Old Town, where many services for the homeless are already located, and it will be staffed 24 hours a day.

Organizers say the fate of one homeless man prompted them to act.

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COMMENTS

http://www.SpareSomeChange.com is the homelessness search engine & poverty portal where you can find resources by state or custom query. Please give this web address to panhandlers and homeless people (they can use free computer/internet at the library). Also, please submit any homeless related websites/URLs so that others may find the help that they need.

Posted by: Crisis Guy at October 1, 2005 06:49 AM