ACCESS administers several programs designed to help low-income families maintain or transition into permanent housing. Eligible families receive help with rent, security deposits, move-in costs and other expenses. For more information, please call 541-779-6691
For those who need help making payments for refundable deposits and first month’s rent in order to obtain affordable housing. For more information, please call Deposit & Eviction hotline at 541-779-6691
Homeownership & Related Services
ACCESS is a certified HUD Housing Counseling Agency (since 1991) and offers counseling, guidance and assistance to people who need help with their housing situation.
Individual Development Accounts (Dream$avers)
Matched savings accounts help eligible consumers build financial resources. Funds can be used for higher education, small business start-up or expansion, or purchasing a home. Realize the American dream, information on the process of buying a home and becoming “mortgage ready.” These no-fee savings account (IDA’s) help lower income families save money and improve lives. Check the PDF information and applications for details.
Buyers Assistance Programs:
Help for first-time buyers with counseling, down payment programs and special mortgage products as available.
Welcome Home Program For Military Veteran First Time Home Buyers
RVAR / OAR HOME Foundation First Time Buyer Assistance Program
Other counseling services include pre/post purchase information, foreclosure intervention, & loss mitigation.
ACCESS offers an online money management course through eHome America to help you reach your financial goals.
eHome Money Flyer