Homeless

John Breen, 79, sits in the Redmond warming shelter at Mountain View Fellowship Church on Jan. 20.

The Bulletin is seeking readers' responses to its Faces of Homelessness series, which profiled more than 30 people experiencing homelessness in Central Oregon over the course of 2022.

The series told dozens of stories from across the communities in the region and highlighted people making due with a wide range of living conditions.

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kindergentlerbend

Excellent series. I just noticed this morning that USA Today picked up and followed up on the story on Buddy Blair and family in Sisters--first reported in the Bulletin.

highdesertda

I thought this was a great series, showing the different sides of homelessness in our community. I think it's easy to say, oh, just get a job, but once you are familiar with the individual situations you see that it's almost never that simple. Good community reporting.

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