Monday, November 25, 2019

New Oregon HUD Mainstream Vouchers for Non Elderly Persons with Disabilities Increase Households Served by 79%.

In time for the holidays HUD just announced new Mainstream voucher allocations (Mainstream vouchers provide tenant based housing for non elderly persons with disabilities). 

Ten Oregon PHA's received an additional 446 Mainstream vouchers.

I was able to find Oregon Mainstream vouchers in use data as of September 30th and prepared the table pasted below showing the Mainstream numerical and percentage increase by PHA. 

  • Total Oregon mainstream vouchers increased from 568 to 1,014, an increase of 446 vouchers/79%.  
  • The City of Salem got the biggest numerical increase of 75 vouchers, while Lane county (278%/25 vouchers) and Yamhill county (242%/63 vouchers) got the biggest percentage increases. 
  • Nine Oregon PHA's still do not have ANY Mainstream vouchers. 

Originally created and posted on the Oregon Housing Blog.

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