ATTENTION: If you are experiencing a housing crisis, please call Community Connect at 503-640-3263 to complete a needs assessment and be connected to resources.
Emergency Rent & Utility Assistance
Requirements for all Rent Assistance Providers:
- Must be making 80% of the area median income or below. Click here to see income level table.
- Must have experienced a loss of income related to COVID-19 (i.e. job lost or furloughed, childcare expenses, staying home to take care of children, illness, etc.)
- Recipients must be Beaverton residents. Check residency status here.
APANO (bicultural and bilingual assistance available for Asian communities)
971-245-2501 | email@example.com
Centro Cultural (bicultural and bilingual assistance available for the Latinx community) 503-359-0446
Muslim Educational Trust (bicultural and bilingual assistance available for Muslim community, and Arabic and Somali communities)
503-579-6621 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Oregon Employment Department
Frequently Asked Questions
Assistance filing for Unemployment, Unemployment Insurance, SNAP Benefits, Low Income Trimet Fare (support in English/Spanish)
Worksystems | 503-765-9538
Tenant Rights & Landlord/Neighbor Conflicts
Fair Housing Council of Oregon
503-223-8197 x2 (Fair Housing Hotline)
Legal Advice for low-income folks
Oregon Law Center, Washington County
Legal advice for low-income tenants
Oregon State Bar – Landlord Tenant Law
Information (available in multiple languages)
Community Alliance of Tenants
For landlord-tenant issues
M, W, F, Sa 1 – 5 p.m.
T 6 – 8 p.m.
Women, Infant, Children (WIC) program
Website (to determine if qualify)
503-846-3555 (Washington County Health and Human Services – Beaverton phone number)
Care to Share
Emergency food pantry appointments
M – F 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
(currently only brown bag meals to go)
Warm meals every Sunday & last Thursday of the month 5 p.m. at Bethel UCC Church, Every Saturday 11:30 a.m. at St. Matthew Lutheran church
Meals on Wheels
Meal delivery to housebound seniors
HomePlate Youth Services
(Day Space in Beaverton M-F from 1-5pm. Food/other supplies/shower/laundry using to go model)
Drop-in services for youth experiencing house instability
Mortgage COVID guidelines for lenders
Family & Childcare
Employment Related Day Care
(Low income working families may be eligible for financial help with child care costs)
Community Action: Head Start
Early Childhood Education
Centro Cultural de Washington County
PCC Willow Creek Center
SEIU resources (how to keep coverage after lay off, apply for Oregon Health Plan, etc.)
1-800-699-9075 (Oregon Health Plan Phone Number)
Virginia Garcia Memorial Healthcare
Affordable access to medical care
Neighborhood Health Center
Affordable access to medical care
Beaverton Local Implementation Strategy
- Beaverton Local Implementation Strategy (LIS)
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The Metro Affordable Housing Bond requires each jurisdiction receiving funds to provide a Local Implementation Strategy (LIS). The above link shows the City of Beaverton LIS draft that was approved by Metro and the Beaverton City Council.
- Seeking Housing Repair, Accessibility Adaption, or Rehabilitation?
- Seeking Lower Cost Homeownership?
- Seeking to Start, Improve, or Expand a Small Business?
- Seeking Affordable Housing?
- Seeking Information About Fair Housing?
- Seeking Shelter?
- Housing Events & Community Meetings Opens a New Window.
- Voices of Beaverton Opens a New Window. : Stories of Housing & Incomes
Beaverton is one of the region’s fastest growing communities. It is also one of the most diverse communities in the Portland metropolitan region. The City of Beaverton is committed to ensuring all of its residents have appropriate housing. It has therefore created an inter-department team to create a Housing Implementation Strategy. The team has created a plan with details on how the city intends to achieve its housing goals which include downtown revitalization, housing affordability trends, and homelessness.
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