Lake Oswego, OR Rent Assistance

Are you having trouble making your Rent?

There are non profits, churches, and government sources in Lake Oswego, Oregon to help you pay your bills.

Our list below provides
- Non Profit grant assistance
- Financial resources for help that most people do not know about
- Government programs you can qualify for today.

Latest List for Lake Oswego, OR

Neighborhood House

7780 SW Capitol Hwy.
Portland, OR - 97219
(503) 246-1663
Neighborhood House’s Community Services Program helps low-income and homeless families meet their immediate needs related to food, housing and employment, and supports them to work toward long-term self-sufficiency. Services include: Emergency Food Box Program Rental Assist..

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Society of St Vincent de Paul Portland

5120 SE Milwaukie Ave
Portland, OR - 97206
(503) 235-8431
The St. Vincent de Paul Society is known for provide food boxes along with rent and utility assistance via their Emergency Services Office.  They also provide meals on the Mobile Kitchen for rural areas with few or no low-income meal providers. ..

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3338 SE 17th Ave
Portland, OR - 97213
(503) 232-2031
JOIN support the efforts of homeless individuals and families to transition off the streets and into permanent housing. JOIN’s 5 Person Retention Team offers newly placed households the individualized support they need to succeed in their housing long-term. This includes:Job-finding ass..

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Society Of St Vincent De Paul Portland Council

PO Box 42157
Portland, OR - 97242
(503) 235-7837
Society Of St Vincent De Paul Portland Council services offered includes:     Emergency financial assistance for rent issues and eviction notices     Utility issues and shut-off notices financial assistance     Cold weather clothing when available &nb..

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Insights Teen Parent Program Inc

3308 NE Peerless Pl
Portland, OR - 97232
(503) 239-6996
The Homesafe Program offers housing assistance and intensive case management for homeless teen mothers aged 20 and under at entry. The Housing Assistance to Pregnant and Parenting Youth (HAPPY) program provides short term rental assistance for young parents up to age 22. ..

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2051 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR - 97045
(503) 655-8575
Clackamas County Coordinated Housing Access provides assistance to individuals and families who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. Households seeking assistance to stay in their current homes (prevention services) should not be referred...

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2306 NE Andresen Road Suite A
Vancouver, WA - 98661
(360) 695-9677
The Council for the Homeless Housing Solutions Center is a one-stop access point for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless to connect to the programs and services they need including: A face-to-face assessment to determine which housing program gives them the best chanc..

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Our Peaceful Place

PO Box 3093
Clackamas, OR - 97015
(503) 295-7744
Our Peaceful Place provides individual hygiene items; referrals for medical, employment, housing and social services; escorts to appointments and a listening ear for those who are poor and homeless...

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Cascade Aids Project, Inc.

520 NW Davis St.
Portland, OR - 97204
(503) 223-5907
Emergency Rental Assistance CAP has a program that can provide the following for qualified persons living with HIV:     Application Fees     First Month’s Rent     Security Deposit (limited funds available)     Emergency Rent Assistance to prevent eviction     Mortgage Assis..

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Home Forward

135 SW Ash Street
Portland, OR - 97204
(503) 802-8300
Home Forward works with local community agencies to provide a range of services to people who are homeless or at risk of eviction.Emergency hotel vouchersRent paymentHelp with eviction preventionHelp with housing placement To be considered, you must earn less than half of the typical income fo..

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