Short Term Rent Assistance

 

Multnomah County

 

Last update: Monday, September 26, 2016

Agencies

Cascade AIDS Project
Eligibility: HIV/AIDS-affected individuals. Call 503-223-5907 for more detailed eligibility information.
Appointments Available? No information

Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare
Eligibility: Serves current Cascadia clients enrolled in mental health outpatient programs or working with Cascadia's Homeless Services division
Appointments Available? No information

Catholic Charities/El Programa Hispano Católico
Eligibility: Bilingual/bi-cultural staff are best prepared to serve Hispanic/Latino community members
Appointments Available? No information

Central City Concern
Eligibility: Serves current clients or patients. Must contact your CCC case manager to request a referral.
Appointments Available? No information

Human Solutions
Eligibility: Rent or rental deposit assistance may be available to those referred by a community partner. Human Solutions does not provide a list of partners, as they vary. Key community partners are SUN school site coordinators, homeless liaisons, and the Mobile Housing Team. 211info is not a referring agency.
Appointments Available? No

Impact NW
Eligibility: Low-income families (any number of adults with children under age 18 in the household) who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
Appointments Available? No

IRCO Asian Family Center
Eligibility: Low-income households
Appointments Available? No

IRCO Africa House
Eligibility: Low-income households
Appointments Available? No

Insights Teen Parent Program
Eligibility: Must be 22 years old or younger and pregnant and/or parenting. A 72-hour eviction notice or other eviction-related documentation is required when rent assistance requests are accepted.
Appointments Available? No

JOIN
Eligibility: Serves existing clients only
Appointments Available? No

Multnomah County Developmental Disabilities
Eligibility: No information
Appointments Available? No information

NARA
Eligibility: No information
Appointments Available? No information

NAYA
Eligibility: Households with income at or below 60% Median Family Income
Appointments Available? No

Neighborhood House
Eligibility: Current renters who have not received STRA from any other agency within the last two years, must be able to demonstrate ability to pay future rent, must not be currently living in any type of subsidized housing, and must not have been to eviction court already over the current rent due
Appointments Available? No

Northwest Pilot Project
Eligibility: Household must contain one member at least 55 years old, must not contain any minor children under 18 years old, and must reside in Multnomah County or be homeless. Other criteria may apply; call for more information.
Appointments Available? Yes. Please call 503-227-5605 for an initial assessment.

Outside In - Youth Collaborative
Eligibility: No information
Appointments Available? No information

Self Enhancement, Inc. (SEI)
Eligibility: Individuals and/or families must be homeless, have a court-ordered 72-hour eviction notice, or be in need of rental deposit or mortgage assistance. If applying for rental deposit assistance, the applicant must already be approved by landlord for housing. Must have income below 50% Median Family Income.
Appointments Available? No

Transition Projects (TPI)
Eligibility: Very low-income adults ages 18-54 with no minors living in the household and not receiving TANF. Must not have received financial assistance from Transition Projects within the last 24 months. Income must be at least 1.5 times greater than your rent. Call for other eligibility requirements.
Appointments Available? No information

Volunteers of America (VOA)
Eligibility: Survivors who are actively fleeing domestic violence. Must complete an in-person Safety & Stabilization Assessment (SSA) before accessing funds.
Appointments Available? No information