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For utility bill payment and energy assistance, please contact your local Community Action Agency. You can learn more about this program and get contact information on the
OHCS Utility Bill Payment web page.
For home weatherization services, please contact your
local agency. Contact information is on the Home Weatherization Services web page.
If you need information about wildfire recovery,
particularly from the 2020 Labor Day fires, please visit re.oregon.gov
for more information or call 833-604-0878 or email ReOregon@hcs.oregon.gov
Oregon Housing and Community Services is not an expert in landlord-tenant law. Below are resources where you can learn more and get help.
If you are a tenant or landlord at a manufactured home park, the resources below may be useful to you:
Sometimes it is helpful to have a professional unbiased third party facilitate conversations between the property manager and owner and tenants, especially when there is a breakdown in trust.
Mediation is a formal meeting with ground-rules, and a commitment by parties to share relevant information, listen to each other and willing to explore creative solutions. Mediators are a neutral third-party and do not give advice or make suggestions. Agreements come from the parties themselves.
Learn more about how mediation works.
There are usually local mediation services specializing in helping resolve landlord/tenant issues available in each county. Some resources are listed below.
SB 1536 Heat Advisories and Cooling Resources
If you are a tenant facing displacement, you may be able to get help through the Eviction Diversion and Prevention Program (ORE-DAP). This program offers rental assistance and other critical eviction and housing-related resources. Contact the Community Action Agency that serves your county to find help in your area.
(Find the county you live in by entering your address here.)
Oregon ABLE Savings Plan
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