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Out in the emotionless - East Oregonian (subscription)
In 2011, two warming stations started operating in Umatilla County with the inclination of getting homeless people off the streets when temperatures drop below 32 degrees. Last year’s point-in-just the same from time to time homeless count reported at least 239 homeless individuals in Umatilla County. The Pendleton Warming Site opened in a city-owned house on Southeast 12th Street. The Hermiston Warming Station recently moved into a minuscule downtown storefront on East Main Street. The Pendleton shelter served 69 different homeless individuals survive season in a small bi-level house near Washington School that can accommodate 20 guests. While it has no showers, guests can decontaminated their clothes in a washer and dryer located in the basement. The warming station has a pool of about 40 volunteers. Twice this season, the warming post stayed closed on freezing nights because of a volunteer shortage. The Hermiston facility has roughly 100 volunteers, but array for only 13 homeless guests. The homeless decide among themselves earlier in the day who gets to stay, said volunteer Trish Rossell. Volunteers haven’t had to direct away anyone yet, she said, but it won’t be long. “Word is getting out,” she said. From the back alley entrance Rossell can see every inch of the long, narrow down straits Hermiston warming station. Guests use the same futons for a week before a volunteer sanitizes them each Sunday. Guests take turns in a elfin bathroom. “They bird bath in the sink,” Rossell said. Guests have access to a microwave, guitar, games, books, movies and a lacking perspective screen television. Sometimes the guests bring food to share for potlucks and pool cash to rent a Redbox silent picture. “We do the best we can with a tiny space,” Rossell said. “We have a small budget, but we do a lot with it. ”. It’s much the same story in Pendleton. Volunteer Coordinator Cassandra Williams saw an article in the newspaper two years ago and got enmeshed with. Her passion for the effort grew as she got to know the guests. “You get to know them as people,” she said. The stations may have saved lives. One cold night in Pendleton, for example, an intoxicated homeless man came to the warming station’s front door soaking wet after falling into the river. “Had we not been there, he may have ended up in the sanitarium or a funeral home,” said Pendleton Nazarene pastor and volunteer Chris Clemons, who chairs the Neighbor 2 Neighbor embark on that oversees the shelter. Both warming stations have a strict intake process where guests sign in and relinquish most of their possessions for overnight storage. Rossell and Williams say a fair number of the guests are mentally ill and/or have addiction issues, but others are suffering financial reversals. Williams said her brand of the homeless has changed dramatically. She remembers walking along Pendleton’s River Walk and noticing homeless individuals huddled in the stale, and not truly seeing them as people. She now realizes “all it takes is one bad choice. It’s a hard life, said Lonnie Abbot, 41. He is recovering from a bad box cold, he said. He and his wife Cassie spent a lot of time finding places to sleep where no one will see and object. On those nights when the mercury dips below bone-chilling and the warming station is closed, they don’t get much sleep. “We put on lots of layers,” said Cassie, 35. “We put on whatever we can find. Zachary Pursue, 22, easily prefers a warm bed in the shelter to the frigid outdoors.
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