Rental assistance Douglas County and Roseburg Oregon.
Low-income tenants can get help with rent in Douglas County Oregon and the homeless can find assistance with security deposits, transitional housing, and other rehousing services. Charities, government agencies, and legal aid all work to stop homelessness and rehouse the homeless. Government grant money, free hotel vouchers, loans and other emergency rental assistance is offered.
- Charities have limited funds for paying rent, utility bills, or free motel vouchers, such as from the Salvation Army.
- Government agencies in Roseburg provide grants, homeless prevention and rapid rehousing services. Or learn more on section 8 housing.
- Free legal aid and attorneys represent low-income families, the elderly, and others with an eviction notice.
Other resources may be offered in Douglas County Oregon. Whether an emergency homeless shelter, section 8 housing choice vouchers, interest free loan for paying back rent or utilities, or some other aid, find agencies below.
United Community Action Network is the community action agency of Douglas County. Grants for utility bills from LIHEAP, rent help, case management, and other services. Any financial help, for rental or other needs, is combined with job programs. There are rent and housing programs for veterans, the disabled, and affordable housing units too. Location is 280 Kenneth Ford Dr, Roseburg, Oregon 97470. Phone: (541) 672-3421.
Salvation Army is at 3130 NE Stephens St, Roseburg, Oregon 97470. Assistance programs include free motel or hotel vouchers, rent or utility bill help, funds for rent, transitional housing and more. The intake number is at (541) 672-6581.
Society St. Vincent de Paul at St. Joseph Catholic Church may have limited emergency rental assistance or funds for a deposit. SVDP is at 800 West Stanton St., Roseburg, OR 97471. Any funds are limited and come with restrictions. Call 541-673-5157.
NeighborWorks Umpqua has referrals to housing and stability services. The location is 605 SE Kane St, Roseburg, Oregon 97470. The low income, unemployed and working poor can get help. Phone - (541) 673-4909.
Housing Authority of Douglas County, or HADCO, operates low-cost, safe, affordable income-based housing for the low income. The agency is at 902 W Stanton St, Roseburg, Oregon 97471. The units are rent subsidized using section 8 housing choice vouchers. Also, self-sufficiency, public housing, and emergency section 8 is offered. Call 541-673-6548.
Oregon Coast Community Action also provides assistance. Information on homeless prevention and rehousing, including government grant money for security or utility deposits as well as first months rent. Or find details on free furniture banks, low-cost housing, veteran or disability services and more. More on assistance programs Oregon Coast Community Action.
Douglas County Oregon Department Of Human Services operates low income cash aid, disability, and senior assistance. TANF can be used for rent, security deposits, mortgages, and housing. The office is at 738 W Harvard Ave, Roseburg, Oregon 97471. Call (541) 440-3301
Legal Aid Services of Douglas County and Roseburg Oregon assists with civil housing matters. Lawyers represent tenants with an eviction or pay or quit notice, address housing discrimination and help tenants living in unsafe housing. The pro-bono law firm is at 700 SE Kane St, Roseburg, OR 97470. Dial (541) 673-1181.
Emergency housing and homeless shelters in Douglas County
Roseburg Rescue Mission operates a homeless shelter, transitional housing, and basic needs such as food, hot meals, laundry, or clothing at 752 SE Pine St, Roseburg, OR 97470. Call (541) 673-3004.
Samaritan Inn is another women’s homeless shelter, including for those faced with violence. It is at 544 W Umpqua St, Roseburg, OR 97471, and clothes, meals, and more are on site. Call (541) 672-5387.
Safe Haven Maternity Home is a homeless shelter for women, pregnant teens and single moms at 445 NE Chestnut Ave, Roseburg, Oregon 97470. Children can use the shelter too. Call (541) 464-2740.