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Having a safe and stable place to live is essential for people recovering from mental illness. However, lack of affordable housing is one of the biggest obstacles faced by people in recovery. To help people find affordable housing more easily, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has created an Affordable Housing Inventory.
To increase access to safe and affordable housing for people in recovery by putting this information in hands of consumers.
Behavioral health providers, advocates, people in recovery, and their families and friends can search the inventory for affordable rentals that support independent living.
The Affordable Housing Inventory:
Many properties have a waiting list. This means it could take several months for a unit to become available. Anyone looking for housing is encouraged to get on several waiting lists.
Please email the
Affordable Housing Inventory Team to:
Andrea PoeProgram Service Coordinator
The interactive database lets users search properties in Oregon and get their contact information.
For more viewing and sorting options,
view the list in Oregon Data. You can also view the inventory as a
SRO = Rental unit with shared kitchen, bathroom or both.
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