Officials announced Friday a new 42-bed care center in Eugene is ready to accommodate people without homes who are recovering from COVID-19. The project to
CHARLESTON, Ore. — Operation Rebuild Hope has received property from Coos County to use for its new container homes. This is the third phase in
After months of searching for property to develop new affordable housing for local veterans, a vote from Coos County Commissioners in favor of transferring property
On Feb. 7, the Housing Stability Council approved funding award to Northwest Coastal Housing (NWCH) for Veteran and Workforce housing development in Toledo.
Columbia Cares, a nonprofit that helps local veterans, has been officially approved to expand their housing project between Columbus and Stewart. When finished, two buildings
Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) is excited to announce funding awards of $15,989,698 to build 435 affordable rental homes in communities across the state.
MEDFORD, Ore. – Two communities in southern Oregon will receive state funding to build affordable housing for veterans and people with mental illness. Oregon Housing
The city of Cottage Grove is one wall closer to completing “Legion Cottages,” after a wall raising ceremony on Monday. The plan is to build
A new VA subsidy will help low-income and formerly homeless Veterans afford housing in high-rent communities. The Shallow Subsidy initiative provides low-income Veterans a fixed
Hundreds of homeless camps dot the landscape on the outskirts of Bend and Redmond. Many people without homes live in the woods because they’d rather
REDMOND, OR — A 2-acre property in Redmond was recently sold to a couple that wants to turn it into veterans housing. Sean McGann says is
“The Birkemeiers are builders,” we were told once, by a member of the one branch of the family that decided to go into farming instead.