Implementation

Local Implementation Plan

Washington County is committed to leading with racial equity and community engagement throughout this process.  The guiding principles of the LIP are as follows:

  1. Strategy for advancing racial equity throughout implementation
  2. Engagement reports summarizing how stakeholder input shaped development of the strategy
  3. Local Implementation Plan including criteria and selection process for projects
  4. Plan for ongoing community engagement

 

2021 Local Implementation Plan Advisory Committee

Washington County’s Local Implementation Plan Advisory Committee reconvened on January 21, 2021, with new members representing 45 community-based organizations across Washington County, with a total of 75 committee members. The task of this committee is to review Washington County’s Local Implementation Plan (LIP) for the Metro regional levy and offer feedback to guide in the development of county and tri-county implementation strategies across Washington, Clackamas, and Multnomah Counties.

 

Washington County would like to thank the following organizations, jurisdictions, county departments, and community members for their participation in the LIP Advisory Committee and ongoing commitment to serve those at risk for or experiencing homelessness:

 

  • Adelante Mujeres
  • Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO)
  • Assist – Disability Benefits Training & Consulting (DBTC)
  • Bienestar
  • Boys and Girls Aid
  • CareOregon
  • Centro Cultural
  • City of Beaverton
  • City of Hillsboro
  • City of Tualatin
  • Coalition on Rural Housing Insecurity
  • Community Action
  • The Community Housing Fund (CHF)
  • Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH) Inc.
  • Domestic Violence Resource Center
  • Ethiopian and Eritrean Cultural and Resource Center (EECRC)
  • Forest Grove School District
  • Forest Grove United Church of Christ
  • Fubonn Sopping Center
  • Humanity Assistance Kindness Interculturalism (HAKI) Community Organization
  • Home Plate Youth Services
  • Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO)
  • JOIN
  • Korean American Coalition
  • Lutheran Community Services Northwest Portland
  • Micronesian Islander Community
  • MindSpring
  • Naito Public Affairs
  • Native American Rehabilitation Association (NARA) Northwest
  • Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA) Portland
  • New Narrative
  • Portland State University
  • SEC
  • Sequoia Mental Health Services, Inc.
  • Unite Oregon
  • Veteran Affairs
  • Vietnamese Community of Oregon
  • Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center
  • Vision Action Network
  • Washington County Community Corrections
  • Washington County Health and Human Services
  • Washington County Severe Weather Shelter System
  • Welcome Home Coalition
  • Work Systems
  • Western Washington County Task Force

The LIP Advisory Committee is scheduled to meet on the following dates, with recorded meetings posted on the Washington County Supportive Housing Services Levy Overview webpage under the “Local Implementation Plan Meetings” column on the right.

 

  • January 21, 2021
  • February 4, 2021
  • February 18, 2021
  • March 4, 2021
  • March 18, 2020

We Want to Hear from You
Leading with racial equity and community engagement with the diverse groups in Washington County are important first steps in implementing the Regional Supportive Housing Services Program.

Please provide your comments or questions to Ally Jamieson, SHS Manager, or attend the upcoming meetings to provide your input.

Local Implementation Plan Resource Documents