Hotels for those left unhoused by wildfires

Hotels and motels are being converted into free housing for people experiencing housing instability in Oregon. Project Turnkey is a state-funded initiative that buys potential housing units and puts local organizations in charge of running them. The program was a response to displaced victims of wildfires that tore through a number of communities in 2020 but future plans include housing people experiencing homelessness for any reason.

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