Clatsop Community Action’s housing assistance programs are for low-income and homeless individuals and families. CCA administers both state and federally supported housing assistance programs which seek to end chronic homelessness & assist those who are in eminent danger of becoming homeless.
Clatsop Community Action owns and operates 22-unit Hilltop Apartments in Astoria. Hilltop Apartments serve people at or below 80 percent of the County’s median income.
Homeless Case Management
Clatsop Community Action case manager works with large numbers of families who find themselves at risk of homelessness, and visits local agencies who work with the homeless population.
Rental Assistance Programs
Clatsop Community Action administers several rental assistance programs. Funding and availability may be limited. Each program seeks to end or prevent homelessness in a variety of ways.
Types of Rental Assistance Available through our office:
- Housing Stabilization Program (HSP)
- Transitional Housing Programs
- Home Tenant Based Assistance
- First Month’s Rent
Northwest Oregon Housing Authority
Northwest Oregon Housing Authority is dedicated to helping children, families, an aging population and Oregonians with special needs from becoming homeless. By promoting upward mobility and home ownership, we are able to help working adults move beyond governmental assistance. Our programs create the stable housing base to help enhance self-sufficiency and the ability to build better lives.
Clatsop Community Action collects information about those who use and access its services. When we meet with you, we will ask for information about your household and situation, which we will then enter into a software system called ServicePoint, which is licensed to NW Social Service Connections (NWSSC) in Portland, Oregon. This software program is used by partnering agencies throughout the state that provide services to low-income individuals and households.
- Clatsop Community Action will never give information about a person to anyone outside of this system without the person’s consent, or as required by law through a court order.
- In accordance with federal and state law, medical information such as mental health conditions, HIV status, and substance abuse treatment will not be shared.
- Only agency staff members who have signed the ServicePoint User Agreement will be allowed to log into ServicePoint.
- You have a right to see your records, ask for changes, and to have a copy of your record from this agency upon written request (a copy fee may be charged).
- You have the right to refuse your information from being shared without a negative impact on services received.
- Regardless of your consent, the agencies have limited rights to include some of your information (non-identifying) for reports on poverty and low-income households and services needed by those populations.
- You have the right to withdraw your consent by informing agency staff in writing. Withdrawing consent will not change information that has already been given out or actions already taken.