By News-Register staff • 

Training helps people treat homelessness with compassion

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Comments

john fritter

Hmmm, so it makes more sense to "train" folks to compassionately manage this small group (the problematic and troubled)? Wouldn't it be better for everyone to train the "problematic and troubled" to be positive and productive members of our community?

Stella

Compassion = enforcement and treatment (repeat if necessary) but quit enabling.

Jim

Perfect another squeeze it feel good program paid for by the taxpayers . John Fritter is exactly right the derelicts need to go to school not the rest of us. This City is giving citizens and business’s good reasons to leave the nightmare they’re making us live in.

Jim

Perfect another squeeze it feel good program paid for by the taxpayers . John Fritter is exactly right the derelicts need to go to school not the rest of us. This City is giving citizens and business’s good reasons to leave the nightmare they’re making us live in.

Stella

Let's bring the folks from back east (Rhode Island) who fixed their camper issue and let them educate us on how to compassionately fix our problem.

OregonBorn

I wonder how much more tax dollars must be spent on this.

OregonBorn

Sounds like training designed to shame you for actually working to support yourself and your family.

How dare you do so.

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