The Oregon Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation (OAHAC) is an Oregon nonprofit public benefit corporation. The primary purpose of OAHAC is to administer programs, such as the Oregon Housing Stabilization Initiative (OHSI)
, targeted to help prevent or mitigate the impact of foreclosures on low and moderate income persons, to help stabilize housing markets in Oregon, to provide resources for affordable or subsidized housing and to develop and administer programs related to housing permitted under the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, as amended ("EESA"), and act as an institution eligible to receive Troubled Asset Relief Program Funds under EESA.
The OAHAC Board of Directors of the Corporation holds regular and special meetings, in accordance with Section 65.344 of the Oregon Revised Statutes, to discuss general business matters and program updates, approve meeting minutes, and to take any that the Board of Director's of the Corporation deem appropriate.
Board of Directors Meetings are held at:
Conference call information for OAHAC meetings: