Did you know?
- $25 will help a homeless youth receive a meal, a shower, and connection to support.
- $75 will help a sick person see a doctor.
- $150 will help a youth find employment.
- $500 will help bring quality relationship-based health care to those who need it most.
- $1,500 will help a homeless youth enter college.
Greece Vacation Sweepstakes
Special Thank You Giveaway
Join one of Outside In’s donor societies before January 31, 2019 and you could win a seven-day vacation stay in Greece!
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1859 OREGON'S MAGAZINE: REWRITING THE FUTURE
“Removing the tattoos was the last stop on my recovery from traumatic circumstances that led up to them,” one client said. “It’s not just erasing tattoos, it’s closing the book on the
trauma that came with them.” >> Full Story
OUTSIDE IN RECEIVES $2.5 MILLION GRANT TO START NEW MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM FOR YOUNG ADULTS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS
The federal grant will allow Outside In to triple the number of young adults it treats for mental health and substance use issues and to offer a new evidence-based counseling program to young adults who have experienced complex trauma. >> Full Story
PATRICIA PATRÓN NAMED EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Outside In Board of Directors has named Patricia Patrón Executive Director effective July 30, 2018. She comes from Native Health, a federally qualified health center and urban American Indian health center serving the Phoenix metropolitan area, where she oversaw the integration of a system of care including primary care, dental care, behavioral health, psychiatry, recovery, and community health, prevention and wellness programs. >>Full Story
THANK YOU, KATHY OLIVER!
When Kathy Oliver came to Outside In, she wasn’t expecting to become the Executive Director and stay for 38 years. Hired as a grant writer in 1980, she became one of just five part-time staff members bound by their passion for social justice. >>Video
WILLAMETTE WEEK HONORS JASMINE PETTET
With her neon pink hair, knuckle tattoos, sarcastic sense of humor and open-minded approach, Pettet, 32, stands out from a lot of care providers whose more formal methods can be alienating. >>Video