McKinney-Vento Homeless Program

We provide educational support that enables students without a home, or in transition, to achieve academic success. Support may include transportation, school supplies, access to academic support, and referrals to community resources.

For assistance, please contact us

  • Julie Conn-Johnson

    District Homeless Liaison

  • Monday-Friday


  • Paulus Administration Center

    1309 Ferry Street SE

    Salem, OR 97301

  • Phone


Homeless Program Contact Form

About the Homeless Program

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McKinney-Vento Program Brochure

ISS-W018 is available in English | Spanish

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Youth Resources Brochure – McKinney Vento Program

ISS-W023 – Available in English

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Teens – Know your rights if you are homeless!

What are teens rights if they find themselves living in a shelter, car, on the street or other? The McKinney-Vento Act can help you!

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Homelessness “At A Glance”

  • Indicators of possible homelessness
  • Homeless definition
  • Unaccompanied Youth definition
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The McKinney-Vento Act of 2002

Summary of the 2002 McKinney-Vento Act that ensured education for youths experiencing homelessness.