As a disabled, homeless veteran, Joe Bailey’s path to graduating from Mt. Hood is an “uphill battle,” he said. When his insomnia finally subsides, he sleeps in the icy air of a 40-year-old RV with nothing but his service dogs, a dog bed, a few sleeping bags, and a small space heater. As the winds shake the RV and his mind runs, he is always on alert. Between post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, and mood swings, his rest is often restless.