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Oregon Housing Opportunities in Partnership Program (OHOP)

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About the Program

  • The goal of OHOP is to assist clients in achieving and maintaining housing stability so as to avoid homelessness and improve their access to, and engagement in, HIV care and treatment.
  • The program provides tenant based rental assistance to low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS through rental subsidy payments.
  • The program is designed to act as a bridge to long-term assistance programs, such as the Housing Choice Voucher program (sometimes called Section 8).
  • Participation in the program is voluntary and conditional and is not an entitlement program.
  • Additionally, the program assists clients in locating and/or securing suitable rental housing, identifying other related housing and community based resources that may be available to clients, and providing housing information and referral to those housing resources.
  • The program only receives completed referral packets from Ryan White Case Managers or Care Coordinators. 
    • Find a Case Manager in your County here.
  • For more information review the OHOP FAQ page in English or Spanish

To learn more about OHOP policies and procedures: Review the OHOP Program Policies and Procedures and OHOP Temporary COVID-19 Procedures.

Long Term Rental Assistance - OHOP Client Referral Forms

Fillable forms (Word documents) Forms for printing (PDF files)

Client Referral Packet - English

Client Referral Packet - Spanish

Referral Attachment (Required): Background Check

Referral After Termination Addendum

Client Referral Packet - English

Client Referral Packet - Version

 NOTE: Client referrals must be submitted by a Ryan White Part B Case Manager

COVID-19 Short Term Hotel/Motel Assistance

The funding for the COVID-19 Short Term Hotel/Motel Assistance Program has been expended. New applications for this program are not being accepted at this time.

Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

The Oregon Housing Opportunities in Partnership program may be able to help Ryan White Part B clients pay their heating and/or cooling bills during the LIHEAP season.

  • Most program clients will qualify for between $250 and $550 in assistance that can be deposited directly to their heating and/or cooling utility account.
  • The assistance can be used to pay current bills, back-due amounts, and shut-off notices.

 LIHEAP is now OPEN!

The LIHEAP season ends on 09/30 of the current year, or when funds are exhausted, whichever comes first.

OHOP anticipates the Cooling season to open June 2021, to run concurrent with the heating season. Cooling applications can only be used for electric support.  Clients may apply for assistance during both the heating season and cooling season, if they have need.  A new application wiht new/current documentation is needed for each season.  Clients may also discuss with their case manager bill assistance for utilities if appropriate.

Service Regions

The program serves 31 counties outside of the 5 county Portland Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA- Multnomah, Clackamas, Yamhill, Washington and Columbia). Program Housing Coordinators are assigned to each region and administer the program in the following counties:

Region 1 Serves Clatsop, Marion, Polk, Tillamook Counties
Works with all Spanish speaking clients in any region
Region 2
Lead Housing Coordinator
Serves Lane County
Region 3Serves Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake Counties
Region 4Serves Baker, Benton, Crook, Deschutes, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jefferson, Linn, Malheur, Morrow, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, Wheeler Counties
Region 5
Serves Coos, Curry, Douglas, Lane, Lincoln Counties

OHOP Regions Map 

Funding and Administration

  • The Oregon Housing Opportunities in Partnership program is funded by grants received from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and is designed to assist people living with HIV/AIDS in creating a continuum of stable, sustainable housing.
  • The Oregon Health Authority, HIV Care and Treatment Program, directly administers the program in addition to the Ryan White Part B Program.

Because the program is funded through federal grants, ongoing program assistance is subject to the continued availability of HOPWA funds.

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