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About Oregon Housing and Community Services
All Oregonians have housing and services that meets their needs.
Mission Statement
Provide leadership that enables Oregonians to gain housing, become self-sufficient and achieve prosperity.
Annual Performance Measures
Director's Welcome News and Events 
Department Programs State Housing Council 
Organizational Structure Capitol Mall Area Map
Regional Advisors to the Department 
Oregon Housing and Community Services is Oregon's housing finance agency, providing financial and program support to create and preserve opportunities for quality, affordable housing for Oregonians of lower and moderate income.
The current agency was created in 1991, when the legislature merged the Oregon Housing Agency with State Community Services. The coordination between housing and services creates a continuum of programs that can assist and empower lower-income individuals and families in their efforts to become self-reliant. 
OHCS administers federal and state antipoverty, homeless and energy assistance, and community service programs. 
OHCS also assists in the financing of single-family homes, the new construction or rehabilitation of multifamily affordable housing developments, as well as grants and tax credits to promote affordable housing.
Directory of agency programs