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Transition Projects (TPI)[edit source]

https://www.tprojects.org/


Emergency Shelters

Controversy about the siting and establishment of leading up to this shelter's establishment can be downloaded from below. https://web.archive.org/web/20190615223209/https://alliedcommunities.ilikegray.com/resources/ These documents include: Redacted documents released by the City of Portland after they lost the lawsuit over public records regarding their plans for development of additional homeless shelters in the region. Judge said the city had a legal obligation to release documents sought.

record 1: All public records from the City of Portland related to the keywords of “foster” and “shelter” up to January 2018, which were “to or from Seraphie Allen” and “to or from Berk Nelson”.

record 2: All correspondence between city staffer Seraphie Allen and Sarah Iannarone (a failed mayoral candidate who lives far outside of the neighborhood but has organized a pro-shelter campaign) in their attempts to dismiss neighborhood concerns as mere NIMBYism.

Mt Scott Learning Center_Opposition to Shelter

  • RIVER DISTRICT NAVIGATION CENTER 100 bunk beds
  • WALNUT PARK - 80 bunk beds
  • WILLAMETTE CENTER 120 bunk beds.
  • SAFETY OFF THE STREETS (SOS) SHELTER 70 bunk beds

"Short-Term Residential" shelter

  • Clark Center - 90 bunk beds
  • Doreen's Place - 90 bunk beds
  • Jean's Place - 60 beds; 22 in dorms and 38 in shared/single rooms

Apartments

  • ARGYLE GARDENS - 72 units, mixture of studio and SRO.
  • BARBARA MAHER APARTMENTS - 32 units SRO
  • CLARK CENTER ANNEX - 22 units


790 shelter beds (Emergency or Short-Term Residential), 126 apartments (studio or SRO)

TPI Laurelwood shelter related controversy: