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  1. Columbian - In Our View: It takes a village to address homelessness
  2. Columbian - Vancouver to open first ‘Safe Stay Community’ in North Image neighborhood in December
  3. ClarkCounty Today - Vancouver officials announce location of first supportive Safe Stay Community for people experiencing unsheltered homelessness
  4. ClarkCounty Today - Expanded winter shelter opens in Clark County
  5. ClarkCounty Today - Vancouver City Council awards contract to first supportive campsite service provider
  6. Columbian - Vancouver taps Outsiders Inn to run homeless campsites
  7. OBP - Vancouver signs partner for sanctioned homeless campsite
  8. Columbian - Vancouver weighs launching ‘supported campsite’ program for the homeless
  9. Clark County homeless advocates meet with legislators to push for bills
  10. Homeless advocates organize empathy event to show lack of services
  11. Hearing Voices Network changing the way mental health is viewed
  12. Ren Autrey speaks at Council for the Homeless Legislative Recap
  13. De-escalating some groups’ encounters with police focus of meeting
  14. Vancouver police chief faces heat at neighborhood alliance meeting
  15. No review of VPD use-of-force policies planned
  16. Family: Man shot, killed by Vancouver police had schizophrenia
  17. Memorial Service for the Homeless 2018
  18. Memorial Service for the Homeless at St. Paul Lutheran Church
  19. Court: Homeless have privacy rights
  20. Art show spotlights works by homeless
  21. Homeless memorialized at church in Vancouver
  22. Vancouver church backs out of homeless village
  23. County found liable for violating homeless campers’ civil rights
  24. Judge: Clark County liable for clearing out homeless camps
  25. Unhoused Residents Association advocates on its own behalf
  26. Church in Washougal offers space for homeless
  27. Advocate for homeless builds on experience
  28. Council for Homeless, pastor plan village of 40 tiny houses
  29. Our Homeless Crisis: Vancouver allows homeless camping, with ugly unintended results