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Rental assistance Linn and Deschutes County.

Find organizations that offer rent assistance in Deschutes or Linn County Oregon, including Bend and Albany. Those low income families that qualify may receive help with paying a security deposit or back rent to section 8 housing or no-wait apartments. Get help with rent near you in Linn and Deschutes County.

When applying for assistance, whether a loan or grant to pay past due rent, applicants will need proof of income, identification, and household need. Some of the non-profits or churches will also require the tenant to have an eviction notice before they issue them a grant for their rent, while other agencies will want to assist the family before they get to that point. Also, some groups in Linn County will also provide case management in addition to any short term housing assistance, or look here for transitional living for the homeless near you.

Emergency rental assistance is provided by some or all of the following charities, churches and government agencies. Seniors, disabled adults, veterans, and the low-income with a job often get priority for rent money or funds to help move, such as a security deposit. A waiting list is often in place. Also, any funds for rent expense or a free tenant lawyer will often prioritize low-income with the ability to maintain their home or apartment.

Get help with rent in Bend and Albany OR area

Deschutes County Health Services
Address is 2577 NE Courtney Drivem Bend, Oregon 97701. Call (541) 322-7402
They only assist individuals with HIV or AIDs. Services include rent help, transitional housing, transportation to a new home or apartment, case management, and referrals to charities for furniture or other basic needs. They rely on HUD for grants for this service, including to help impacted Deschutes patients with their back rent.

NeighborImpact - Bend
20310 Empire Avenue, Bend, OR 97701. Telephone - (541) 318-7506 or (541) 548-2380
Based on funding, rental assistance is available for up to 3 months of payment. They may also issue this support in a form of a loan to Linn County tenants. Other assistance is for paying security deposits, storage costs or a U Haul and job placement. There is another location at 7555 Falcon Crest Drive, Redmond, OR 97756. Call (541) 323-0222.




Molly's Fund Fighting Lupus - Kaleidoscope only provides financial aid to individuals impacted by LUPUS. They partner with churches, including Congregational Church of Christ, on this program. Call (855) 888-2597 or (503) 936-0187.

Operation Homefront
They have multiple site, but the local main office is at 7014 NE 79th Court, Portland, OR 97218. Call (877) 264-3968
Rent and utility assistance is for veterans. The agency can also help them apply for VA benefits or medical care. They only help pay expenses, such as rent or utility bills, that are past due, and the goal is to stop an eviction.

Community Services Consortium - CSC Albany Regional Office
250 Broadalbin Avenue, Albany, OR 97321. For information, call (541) 928-6335
Covers Linn County. The homeless can apply for rental or utility deposits. There is also permanent housing for seniors or the disabled. Other support includes legal aid for tenants with an eviction notice and free vouchers for a motel.

Salvation Army social services
The charity has financial help, including for rent, as well as free motel vouchers, shelters for homeless people and other emergency housing programs. There are locations in multiple cities, including Bend, Albany and other parts of the counties. The goal is to help in a crisis, including funds to pay rent or utilities to stop evictions. Read locations of housing help from Oregon Salvation Army.

Linn and Deschutes Legal Aid
Albany, Oregon 97321. Call (800) 817-4605
Attorneys can help contest illegal evictions, or provide free advice on housing issues. There are free lawyers for tenants that help top evictions, address housing discrimination, and help with section 8 applications too.

Albany Helping Hands
Address is 619 SE 9th Avenue, Albany, OR 97322. Call - (541) 926-4036
There is rehousing, homeless shelters, grant money and other support.





Coordinated Entry of Linn and Deschutes County
Call (541) 630-2533
Central Coordinated Entry System (CES) helps the homeless and people facing eviction. There are free motel vouchers, hardship grant money to pay back rent or storage costs and income based housing or apartments.

Neighbor-to-neighbor Mediation
Address is 347 Union St NE, Salem, OR 97301. Phone: (503) 585-0651 or (541) 223-4189
Free mediation can be arranged between landlords and tenants.

St. Vincent De Paul - Redmond Conference
1610 SW Veterans Way, Redmond, OR 97756. Call (541) 923-5264
Rent help and support is only for low income families that live in the Redmond School District. One time per year financial aid can help with energy bills, housing needs such as rent, clothing, and more. Any rental assistance is first come and served from this charity.

Rental assistance Linn or Deschutes CountyBethlehem Inn at 3705 N Highway 97 is a shelter as well as transitional housing location for families with children. It also supports single moms. Clients can also get referrals to community programs, including grant programs for future rent costs or fees for a landlord, employment, and section 8 vouchers. Call (541) 389-2820.

Central Oregon Veterans Outreach - Home Of The Brave
The non-profit is at 61510 S Hwy 97 #100, Bend, OR 97702. Call (541) 382-0015 or (541) 383-2793
The shelter helps military members and their families. A case manager helps them access government programs too, or apply for loans. One service, known as SSVF, can help veterans with rent, utilities, and other bills.


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