CURRY COUNTY HOUSING PROFILE
COMMUNITY HEALTH ASSESSMENT, 2018 -- See pages 11 -17, LINK:
ADDRESSING THE SHORTAGE OF WORKFORCE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN COOS AND CURRY COUNTIES – Website LINK: https://unitedwayswo.org/housing/
Curry County presentation slides: https://unitedwayswo.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Presentation-Curry-County-9-12June2018-.pdf
Curry County Housing Analysis & Action Plan (read online): https://buffalo.box.com/s/tv33zhqssh35311h8mey1onbjeyywqib
Curry County Housing Analysis & Action Plan (to print): https://buffalo.box.com/s/g55zwihv2jx281i29hdes6vla65zyzmb
OREGON COORDINATED CARE ORGANIZATIONS – CCO Housing Supports Survey Report, LINK:
Excerpt: “Oregon’s coordinated care organizations (CCOs) see a huge need for safe, affordable housing in their communities. They also see a clear connection between health and housing and understand the value of investing in housing to improve health. As we move forward with health transformation in Oregon, opportunities will expand to connect housing-related services with the health care system.”
OREGON HOUSING STABILITY COUNCIL – Website LINK: https://www.oregon.gov/ohcs/hsc/Pages/index.aspx
Mission of Oregon Housing Stability Council: To provide leadership in, and review and set policy for, the development and financing of affordable housing throughout the state of Oregon.
The Oregon State Housing Stability Council holds regularly scheduled monthly meetings, usually the first Friday of each month. Unscheduled meetings may be called by the Council chair or at the request of three Council members, with one-week advance notice.
2021 Meetings of the Oregon Housing Stability Council: January 8; February 5; March 5; April 2; May 7; June 4; July 9; August 6; September 3; October 1; November 5; December 3, LINK: https://www.oregon.gov/ohcs/hsc/Documents/meetings/2021/2021-Year-at-a-glance.pdf
NORTH BEND CITY AND COOS-CURRY HOUSING AUTHOTRITY – Website LINK: https://ccnbchas.org/
Mission is to promote, preserve and provide residents of our community with safe, sanitary and affordable housing in good condition. NBC/CCHAs will assist in connecting residents with other resources which may enhance their quality of living. NBC/CCHAs will provide these services while treating the clients with dignity and respect.
SUBSIDIZED HOUSING VS. AFFORDABLE HOUSING – General information Resources
What's the difference between subsidized and affordable housing? LINK: https://1241683w5peg486ulu1xf8fp-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Affordable-vs-Subsidized-Housing.pdf
What is the difference between Section 8 and Affordable Housing?
Section 8 housing provides project-based rental assistance. This means that the rent is subsidized and the amount of rent you pay is based on your monthly income, minus certain deductions. Affordable housing offers different income qualifying levels. Rent at these communities varies depending upon the income level target for each apartment and provides affordability to a wide range of residents. Market rate apartments are also offered at most of our Affordable housing communities. This means that no income restrictions apply to these apartments even though the market rate rents are usually very affordable.
HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHERS FACT SHEET – LINK:
SENIOR HOUSING AND SENIOR LIVING IN BROOKINGS, OR - Website LINK:
AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN CURRY COUNTY – LINK:
DRAFT 2021 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA – LINK:
OREGON HOUSING ALLIANCE – The 2021 Housing Opportunity Agenda.
OREGON HEALTH AUTHORITY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES, AFFORDABLE HOUSING –Website LINK: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/HSD/AMH/Pages/Affordable-Housing.aspx\
Updated every 6 months, the Affordable Housing Inventory:
- Provides a statewide list of affordable properties in an easy-to-use format.
- Integrates all available affordable housing information into one list. It includes property lists from Oregon Housing and Community Services, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development, and the Oregon Opportunity Network.
OREGON STATE BAR, LANDLORD TENANT LAW – LINK: https://www.osbar.org/public/legalinfo/landlordtenant.html
OREGON VETERANS HOME LOAN – LINK:
Oregon is one of only five states that offers a veteran home loan program. This Oregon benefit is separate and distinct from the federal VA Home Loan Guaranty and has lent approximately $8 billion in low-interest home loans to more than 334,000 veterans since 1945.
Currently, ODVA's home loan program offers eligible veterans fixed-rate financing for:
- Owner-occupied, single family residence
- Up to the Fannie Mae limit
- Purchase only (no refinancing is available)
- Up to four (4) home loan maximum life benefit
- Home Loan FAQ’s includes information RE ODVA home loans and VA home loans, LINK: https://www.oregon.gov/odva/Home-Loans/Pages/Home-Loan-FAQ's.aspx#:~:text=Is%20the%20ODVA%20home%20loan,a%20guaranty%2C%20not%20a%20loan.
- Oregon Secretary of State &b ODVA – Post Vietnam Era Veterans’ Home Loan Program (Chapter 274, Division 45, 274-045-0001
Definitions for OAR 274-045-0001 to 274-045-0481, LINK: https://secure.sos.state.or.us/oard/viewSingleRule.action?ruleVrsnRsn=271540
HUD MINIMUM PROPERTY STANDARDS – LINK: https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/housing/rmra/mps/mpshome
The Minimum Property Standards (MPS) establish certain minimum standards for buildings constructed under HUD housing programs. This includes new single-family homes, multi-family housing and health care type facilities.
HUD FUNDING HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM, ELIGIBility – LINK:
States are automatically eligible for HOME funds and receive either their formula allocation or $3 million, whichever is greater. Local jurisdictions eligible for at least $500,000 under the formula ($335,000 in years when Congress appropriates less than $1.5 billion for HOME) also can receive an allocation. The formula allocation considers the relative inadequacy of each jurisdiction's housing supply, its incidence of poverty, its fiscal distress, and other factors.
Communities that do not qualify for an individual allocation under the formula can join with one or more neighboring localities in a legally binding consortium whose members' combined allocation would meet the threshold for direct funding. Other localities may participate in HOME by applying for program funds made available by their State. Congress sets aside a pool of funding for distribution to insular areas, equivalent to the greater of $750,000 or 0.2 percent of appropriated funds.
Shortly after HOME funds become available each year, HUD informs eligible jurisdictions of the amounts earmarked for them. Participating jurisdictions must have a current and approved Consolidated Plan, which will include an action plan that describes how the jurisdiction will use its HOME funds. A newly eligible jurisdiction also must formally notify HUD of its intent to participate in the program.
OREGON HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES – General Policy and Guideline Manual, LINK:
OREGON TINY HOME REGULATION (2020) – LINK:
OREGON CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS BOARD – LINK:
Contractors Newsletter, LINK: https://www.oregon.gov/ccb/Documents/Jan%202021%20newsletter.pdf
Sign Up for Webinars -- Sign Up for the Free 3-Hour CCB Live Webinars! CCB’s live 3-hour webinars are a hit! We’ve posted our schedule through the end of March. You can find these classes on our website: www.oregon.gov/ccb/Pages/ccbclasses.aspx All classes are free. Sign up today! Classes fill up quickly. If the class you want is full, try another day. We will continue to add classes throughout the year. If you’re a residential contractor, you’re required to take 3 hours of CCB laws, regulations and business practices (LRB) classes every two years in order to renew your license. These new webinars fulfill that requirement. If you’re unable to take a live webinar, you can still fulfill your 3 hour LRB requirement by taking on-demand classes through your online services account: https://portal.ccb.state.or.us/ Unable to take classes through an online services account? CCB education section has solutions and can help. Call today at 503-934-2227 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OREGON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION’S PROJECT TURNKEY – LINK:
AFFORDABLE HOUSING TOOLKIT FOR COUNTIES -- LINK:
AFFORDABLE HOUSING – How Affordable Housing Gets Built – LINK:
STATE OF OREGON’S WORKFORCE HOUSING INITIATIVE
- Pilot Project Announcement – LINK: https://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/regional-solutions/Pages/workforce-housing-initiative.aspx
- Legislation – Rep. David Brock-Smith – LINK: https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/smithd/Documents/PR%20Vote%20on%20workforce%20housing%20HB%202377.pdf
- Housing Development Grants Program – LINK: https://www.oregon.gov/ohcs/development/Pages/grants-tax-credit-programs.aspx
SENIOR HOUSING – How to Build Senior Apartments, LINK:
STUDENT HOUSING -- Three Essential Strategies for Smart Student Housing Development, LINK:
USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT
- Single Family Housing Programs, LINK: https://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/all-programs/single-family-housing-programs
- Multi-Family Housing Programs, LINK: https://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/all-programs/multi-family-housing-programs
VETERANS HOUSING PROGRAMS
- Operation Tiny Home, LINK: https://www.operationtinyhome.org/be-an-advocate
- Veterans Receive $7.5 Million in Grants (S. Department of Labor’s Veterans’ Workforce Investment Program/VWIP), LINK: https://www.treehugger.com/veterans-receive-million-in-grants-4865043
- Rural Health Information Hub, Funding By Topic -- LINK: https://www.ruralhealthinfo.org/funding/topics/veterans Veterans -- Summaries of funding programs are provided by RHIhub for your convenience. Please contact the funder directly for the most complete and current information.
FUNDING FOR HOUSING -- MEYER MEMORIAL TRUST – LINK: https://mmt.org/housing
Meyer Memorial Trust supports a strong network of nonprofit partners across the state addressing these issues through the lens of racial equity and justice. Our Housing Opportunities portfolio’s core goals address housing development and preservation, housing support services and sector strengthening—and will continue to use targeted strategies to explore innovation, support systems change and leverage resources to meet the housing needs of Oregonians facing housing instability.
NEIGHBORWORKS UPMQUA – LINK:
NeighborWorks Umpqua is your Southern Oregon community partner and advocate, providing quality housing, community development, property management, financial services, education and advocacy for over 25 years.
- Build Your Own Home and Save Money with DreamBuilders
- Down Payment Assistance for Veterans
- 2021 Oregon First-time Homebuyer Assistance Programs
- Deer Creek Affordable Housing Model Program