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RENTAL ASSISTANCE

YCAP operates several Supportive Housing programs that provide rental assistance and ongoing case management. These programs range from 9 months to long-term assistance. 


APPLY

To apply for any of our housing programs below or to complete an intake, please call YCAP at
503-472-0457 or visit us in person at 1317 NE Dustin Ct. in McMinnville. Please ask to speak with the Client Services Case Manager of the day.

 

Tenant Based Assistance (TBA)

Yamhill Community Action Partnership operates the HOME Tenant Based Assistance grant through funding from Oregon Housing and Community Services. This program provides rent assistance to qualified very low-income households in Yamhill County in a rental unit of their choice.

 

Rural Oregon Leasing and Supportive Services (ROLS)

Yamhill Community Action Partnership is a sub-contractor of the Rural Oregon Leasing and Services (ROLS) program, funded through the Department of Housing and Urban Development. This program provides rent assistance and supportive services to qualified low-income households in Yamhill County. ROLS is a program designed to offer housing to clients with severe and persistent mental illness. Clients are chosen by YCAP Case Managers and Mental Health professionals. Clients receive rental assistance and case management in a rental unit of their choice.

 

Stabilization

Yamhill Community Action Partnership operates the Stabilization program, funded through the Department of Housing and Urban Development. This program provides rent assistance and supportive services to qualified homeless households in Yamhill County. The Stabilization program serves families that are fleeing domestic violence situations. Clients can receive rental assistance and case management in a rental unit of their choice.

 

RAPID REHOUSING ASSISTANCE

YCAP has several housing assistance programs aimed at rapidly re-housing individuals and families experiencing homelessness. These programs often assist with one-time move in costs, such as rental or utility deposits.

 

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (ssvf)

Yamhill Community Action Partnership is a sub-contractor of the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) grant. This program offers assistance to qualified veterans and veteran families in Yamhill County. The SSVF program, funded by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, can provide short-term financial assistance and supportive services to help veteran households become or remain stably housed. To be assessed for this program, contact Kristen Henry, SSVF Case Manager, at 503-687-1481 or at kristenh@yamhillcap.org. Download our SSVF brochure to learn more.

Learn more about our housing programs by reading the Client Services Rental Assistance Flyer


HOMELESS PREVENTION

The Homeless Prevention program works to stop households at imminent risk of losing their housing from becoming homeless. It is designed to decrease the overall number of persons becoming homeless in Yamhill County through short-term assistance: including financial assistance, case management, and resource connection through a County wide access point, the Homeless Prevention Helpline.


APPLY

Households seeking Homeless Prevention assistance or shelter start by going through a brief screening with the Homeless Prevention and Shelter Diversion Case Manager. To be screened for this program, call Shauna at 503-883-4173 or email shaunaw@yamhillcap.org.


Spotlight Story

A single dad with three children, one of which one is disabled, reached out to YCAP seeking housing resources. The client identified himself as a veteran. While working with the veteran case manager to establish a long-term housing plan, the family was placed in the Veteran’s room at Harvest House. The client was determined eligible for assistance through the SSVF Program. With the assistance from YCAP and the SSVF program the client secured a two bedroom apartment after staying in the shelter for two weeks. This client has some income but will continue to work with the Veteran Case Manager and Employment Developer to work towards self-sufficiency.