PORTLAND, Ore. — Many people take at least one shower a day. 
But for people living on the street, one shower could mean the difference between another homeless night or the first step toward something better. 
The nonprofit Food with Friends has been around for only a year-and-a-half. It officially launched its mobile showers on Sunday behind The Chapel at Living Hope Church in Vancouver. The goal is to help the homeless, one shower at a time.
That means a lot for people who don’t have a roof over their heads. Living outside, especially in the winter, can be especially miserable. You can just ask Karma Jones.
“Last winter, oh goodness, I’m talking everything’s drenched. You’re drenched, you’re freezing cold, it’s just unbearable, it really is,” said Jones.
She has been homeless on and off since she was 18 years old. 
“I don’t want to be out here. But it’s the fact of like I have to be. …