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The Disaster Recovery and Resilience (DRR) section of OHCS was founded in response to the massive destruction of the
2020 Labor Day Fires. OHCS was funded by the Oregon legislature to support housing and community recovery and has used existing programs to support the development of permanent replacement housing for Oregonians impacted by the fires. DRR is currently focused primarily on implementing a series of programs, called ReOregon, funded by the federal government.
ReOregon includes programs for individual and community recovery, funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Clackamas County Best contact for both DCM & Housing Navigation: 503-688-2694 (Catholic Charities)www.catholiccharitiesoregon.org/services/disaster-services
Douglas County UCAN: 541-802-6529www.ucancap.org
Jackson County ACCESS Center for Community Resilience: 541-414-0318www.accesshelps.org/ccr
Klamath County Klamath-Lake Community Action Services: 541-882-3500www.klcas.org
Lane County Best contact for both DCM & Housing Navigation: 971-388-9081 (DHS)www.oregon.gov/dhs/EmergencyManagement/Pages/wildfires.aspx
Lincoln or Linn County Community Services Consortium: 458-239-2265communityservices.us
Marion County Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency: 503-399-9080 (Press 6)mwvcaa.org
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