Measure 102 has widespread support!

Across Oregon, newspaper editorial boards, community advocates, voters, and housing advocates all agree – Yes on Measure 102! Measure 102 has received editorial endorsements from: The Oregonian, Willamette Week, the Portland Mercury, the Ashland Daily Tidings, the Bend Bulletin, the Medford Mail Tribune, the Albany Democrat Herald, the Corvallis Gazette Times, the Eugene Weekly, the Corvallis Advocate, the Source Weekly, the Herald and News, and more! Local…

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We are hiring an Organizer!

Neighborhood Partnerships is seeking a new team member who will help us bring housing opportunity to more Oregonians. Together, we know we can implement policies at the state level which will expand access to affordable housing, bring stability to people who rent their homes, prevent and end homelessness, and help people access safety and stability…

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National Low Income Housing Coalition Out of Reach report

This year’s Out of Reach report, released today from the National Low Income Housing Coalition, shows that an Oregonian must earn $21.26 to afford an average two bedroom apartment, and still have money left over for other necessities like food, medicine, and transportation costs. In the three county Portland-metro area, the hourly wage needed to…

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Take action with us today for Our Homes, Our Voices!

By Jill Winsor We need our Congressional Delegation to increase federal investment in affordable housing to help more Oregonians have a safe, stable, and affordable place to call home. Over the years, federal programs through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have helped build and maintain…

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Take Action for Housing! Contact Your State Legislators

By Jill Winsor It’s National Housing Week of Action and we are raising our voices to make sure that everyone has a safe place to call home! Today we are focusing on our efforts on building relationships with our state legislators. The Oregon State Legislature recently took action to expand housing opportunity by increasing the…

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Download Your Poster Today!

By Jill Winsor Your Voice Matters! We are kicking off the 2018 National Housing Week of Action by showing people that everyone in our community deserves a safe, stable, and affordable place to cal home. The Our Homes Our Voices campaign gives us an opportunity to speak up and speak out together about why it’s…

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Get Ready for the National Housing Week of Action!

By Jill Winsor   We know here in Oregon we have the knowledge and skills to address our housing and homelessness crisis. We need our communities and our local, state, and federal governments to work together to invest in permanent solutions such as more affordable rental homes and more rental assistance, among other strategies. The…

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The Housing Alliance joins the Opportunity Starts at Home campaign!

The Oregon Housing Alliance is pleased to join leading national organizations in education, civil rights, health care and more in a campaign to increase affordable housing across America Washington, DC –  A diverse range of organizations from various sectors announced a new campaign today to increase affordable housing for America’s most vulnerable communities. The Opportunity…

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Join us in advocating for more safe and stable homes

The Oregon Housing Alliance is spending the week in our nation’s capital, Washington DC, with the National Low Income Housing Coalition. On Wednesday, March 21, we’ll join hundreds of other housing advocates to meet with our congressional delegation to speak out for more safe and stable homes for our neighbors in Oregon. You can join…

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Oregon Legislature creates housing opportunity!

The Oregon Legislature adjourned “sine die” (meaning: without a day to reconvene) on Saturday, March 3. Our Housing Opportunity Agenda was hugely successful this session! Our priority item was a significant increase to the document recording fee through HB 4007C. The document recording fee was created in 2009 – it supports housing opportunity by preventing…

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