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Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Program:
The objective of the PSH Program is to expand the state's supply of affordable housing designed to serve households experiencing chronic homelessness.
PSH Projects must:
The PSH Program at OHCS offers 3 funding components, all accessed through the State's Affordable Rental Housing NOFA Application process:
PSH Units must serve households earning at or below 60% County Area Median Income (AMI) and are chronically homeless based on a region's CoC definition of “chronically homeless". PSH Projects must also utilize their region's Coordinated Entry system to identify residents for PSH units. All PSH Projects must complete the Oregon Supportive Housing Institute put on by our partners, Corporation for Supportive Housing.
December 14th, 2021 - 1:30 pm-2:30pm PST via ZOOM - Registration Link: Click Here
2022 Oregon Supportive Housing Institute: PSH Cohort #3
Release of 2022 PSH NOFAJanuary 2022
Request for Applications (RFA) for 2022 Oregon Supportive Housing Institute releaseFebruary 1st, 2022
2022 Oregon Supportive Housing Institute RFA Informational WebinarFebruary 8th,2022 11:00 am-12:00pm PST via ZOOM - Registration Link: Click here
Application Deadline for the InstituteMarch 4th, 2022 by midnight PST
Announcement of 2022 Oregon Supportive Housing ParticipantsApril 4th, 2022
The Oregon Supportive Housing Institute with PSH Cohort #3May -September 2022
Before You Apply: How it Works
PSH Services Framework
PSH Rental Assistance Framework
Oregon Supportive Housing Institute
CSH Supportive Housing Institute Information
For more information, contact Dana Schultz at (971) 272-5579.
Questions? FAQs will be available during the open NOFA period.
Application materials will be available during the open NOFA period.
HUD Income and Rent Limits
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