Portland, April 20th. Over 160 guests attended Human Solutions’ 4th Annual “Tonight’s the Night” Auction, presented by R&H Colas Construction. “Tonight’s the Night” raised money to support Human Solutions employment programs for low-income families, as well the agency’s emergency shelter and housing programs. The event was held at the Arista Ballroom on Hawthorne Boulevard. (Photo Credit, Andie Petkus)

Jean DeMaster, Executive Director of Human Solutions and Carole Morse, Community Investment Manager at Portland General Electric

Jean DeMaster, Executive Director of Human Solutions and Carole Morse, Community Investment Manager at Portland General Electric

 
Silent Auction items were popular with guests

Silent Auction items were popular with guests.

 
Entertainer, Tony Starlight., brought out the smiles.

Entertainer, Tony Starlight., brought out the smiles.

 
Carla Piluso, Board Chair at Human Solutions and Andrew Colas, Principal at R&H/Colas Construction

Carla Piluso, Board Chair at Human Solutions and Andrew Colas, Principal at R&H/Colas Construction

 
To Night is the Night

Tonight is the Night

Human Solutions’ programs offer families a comprehensive continuum of programs designed to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty and help them become self sufficient.

We believe that children are our hope for the future. When we are able to give them a sense of excitement about learning and ensure that their parents have stable employment and housing, we strengthen the community in which we all live.

The programs and services we offer are designed to help families build pathways out of poverty through 4 interconnected approaches.

Homelessness Prevention Services -Emergency shelters and other housing options
Safety Net Services -Rent assistance, energy assistance
Employment and Economic Development -Job training and placement
Housing Development -Affordable housing portfolio and resident services

Need help?

If you are in need of affordable housing, job training, computer classes, eviction prevention, move-in assistance, energy assistance, or other resources to address poverty and/or homelessness, please call 503-548-0200, or 503-405-7875 Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.

 

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