Equal Housing Opportunity

Housing

What We Do

Everyone deserves a place to call home, and CSC staff can help.  CSC has programs to help people who are homeless, and assistance for households facing eviction. Contact your local CSC office to find out if you qualify.

Equal Housing Opportunity

CSC has short-term assistance for homeless individuals and families who need help getting back into rental housing. We can help with security deposits, rent, utility deposits, and more.

Do you have an eviction notice?  Are you being kicked out of your housing situation?  CSC has programs that can help with back rent or security deposits for a new rental unit.

Have you found a new place to rent but need assistance with paying the deposit? CSC might be able to help!

Have you had problems finding a landlord who will rent to you because of bad credit, past evictions, or criminal history? CSC’s Rent Well classes can help!

Assisting those in need

CSC can assist those who are homeless, at risk of losing their housing, or who have issues with their current housing that could be addressed with weatherization or energy education services. CSC staff are trained to assess each situation and offer appropriate services while treating everyone with respect and caring.

We offer a variety of services to help, and we work closely with committed partners to get the best information available about what programs are there to help individuals and families in our region.

Homeless

Coordinated Entry is the first step to permanent housing through CSC

  • What is Coordinated Entry? An assessment tool used to help determine which of our programs is the best fit for you, based on your needs. Coordinated Entry gives us a better picture of who you are, so we can serve you better!
  • How do I take it? The Coordinated Entry assessment is done either over the phone, or in person, with a CSC housing staff member. Contact us directly to learn more!
  • What happens after I take it? Coordinated Entry is not an application for any housing programs, it is just the first step. After completing the assessment with a CSC staff member, they will review next steps with you.

Benton County Shelters

Name Address Type Guests Capacity Notes
CARDV 2208 SW 3rd St, Corvallis, OR 97333 Emergency Domestic Violence Survivors 16 Beds, 2 Cribs Confidential shelter, 24-hour crisis support line (541) 754-0110
COI 865 NW Reiman Ave, Corvallis, OR 97330 Emergency & Transitional Families & Individuals COVID-19 Update:Restricted to a capacity of 30 residents for the duration of the social distancing mandate for the crisis. Normally, 15 Emergency Beds, 16 Male Beds, 12 Female Beds, 44 Family Beds (11 Units) Must be clean and sober
Corvallis Daytime Drop-in Center 530 SW 4th St, Corvallis, OR 97333 Daytime Drop-in N/A No Beds
Corvallis Men's Shelter 211 SE Chapman Pl, Corvallis, OR 97333 Winter Shelter Men 18+ 50 Beds Shelter closed, but offering services daily (showers, food, etc)
Jackson Street Youth Services, Corvallis House 555 NW Jackson Ave, Corvallis, OR 97330 Emergency & Transitional Runaway/Homeless, 10-17 Year Olds 12 Beds N/A
Room at the Inn 1165 NW Monroe Avenue, Corvallis, OR Winter Shelter Women, 18+ 18 Beds Cold season only
CHANCE 530 SW 4th St, Corvallis, OR 97333 Daytime Drop-In N/A N/A Services for addicts in recovery and the homeless

Lincoln County Shelters

Name Address Type Guests Capacity Notes
Family Promise of Lincoln City 5030 US 101 Lincoln City, OR 97367 Emergency Families with Children Varies Day Center also available
CHANCE 137 NE First St. Newport, OR 97365 Daytime Drop-In Center N/A 0 Beds Services for addicts in recovery and the homeless
My Safe Place (My Sister's Place) 934 SW 8th St, Newport, OR 97365 Safe House Elderly, Disabled, Interpersonal Violence 28 Beds Pets accepted. Hotline (800) 841-8325, info@mysistersplace.us

Linn County Shelters

Name Address Type Guests Capacity Notes
Albany Helping Hands 619 SE 9th Ave, Albany, OR 97322 Shelter & Warming Center Individuals 60 Male Beds, 47 Female Beds, 120 Warming Center Spaces (not beds)
Jackson Street Youth Services, Albany House 1240 SE 7th Ave, Albany, OR 97321 Emergency & Transitional Runaway/Homeless, 10-17 Years Old 10 Beds
Signs of Victory 1100 SE Jackson St, Albany, OR 97321 Family & Warming Shelter Families & Individuals 135 Beds Wheelchair accessible, food bank, clothing room, hygiene room
CHANCE 238 SE 3rd Ave, Albany, OR 97321 Daytime Drop-In N/A N/A Services for addicts in recovery and the homeless

Eviction Notice

Do you have an eviction notice?  Are you being kicked out of your housing situation?  CSC has programs that can help with back rent or security deposits for a new rental unit.  Eligibility requirements apply. Contact us to learn more and apply!

Help Paying Deposits

Have you found a new place to rent but need assistance with paying the deposit? CSC might be able to help! Eligibility requirements apply. Contact us to learn more and apply! Click the link below for information about deposits for utilities.

Be a Better Tenant

Have you had problems finding a landlord who will rent to you because of bad credit, past evictions, or criminal history? CSC’s Rent Well classes can teach you how to be a good tenant, how to sell yourself to a landlord, and how to maintain your housing successfully! Rent Well classes are free! Pre-registration is required. Contact us to learn more and register!

Housing Program Locations

For more information about CSC Housing and Housing programs, contact your local Community Services Consortium office.

Benton County

545 SW Second St., Suite A
Corvallis, OR 97333
(541) 752-1010

Lincoln County

120 NE Avery, 2nd Floor
Newport, OR 97365
(541) 574-2280

Linn County

250 SW Broadalbin, Suite 2A
Albany, OR 97321
(541) 928-6335

We're Here to Help

We’re always available to help answer your questions about coordinated entry, homelessness, eviction notices, help paying deposits and how you can be a better tenant.