ORE-DAP Funding

Are you facing eviction or is your housing unstable?

You MAY qualify for ORE-DAP assistance.


What is ORE-DAP?

The Oregon Eviction Diversion & Prevention Program (ORE-DAP) provides local rental assistance to low-income Jackson County renters at risk of eviction or facing homelessness.

Who does ORE-DAP prioritize?

Households who are facing an active eviction case will be prioritized for funding, over a household who is at risk of an eviction (received an eviction notice, have a pending first court appearance, written notice to vacate, or are otherwise at imminent risk of eviction).

Who qualifies for ORE-DAP?

ORE-DAP is for any household that meets all of the following:

      • A renter
      • Lives in Jackson County, Oregon
      • Make under 80% AMI (listed below)
      • Are at imminent Risk of Homelessness; primary nighttime residence will be lost within 21 days of program entry, no subsequent residence has been identified and household lacks resources and support network to obtain permanent housing


      • Are unstably housed; has been notified to vacate current residence or demonstrates high risk of losing housing and lacks resources or support network to obtain permanent housing

What can ORE-DAP assist with?

      • Short-term Rent Payments
      • Rent Arrears
      • Utility Reconnection Fees
      • Legal Expenses related to eviction
      • Landlord/Tenant Mediation Services
      • Transportation to Court
      • Late Fees
      • Court Fees
      • Utility Arrears (includes water, sewer, garbage, gas, electricity)

How do I apply?

To apply for ORE-DAP assistance, call the OHRA center to schedule an in person appointment. For the appointment you will need  the following documentation:

      • Proof of Identity for all household members
      • Copy of Rental Agreement/Lease
      • Proof of Income
      • Proof of Past Due Balance owed (if
      • applicable)
      • Current Utility bill (if applicable)

Plus the following forms*:

      • Lead-based Paint
      • Landlord W-9
      • Proof of Assets(if applicable)
    •  *Scroll to bottom to download online forms

Executive Order 23-02 Funding


 The household’s monthly income must be less than 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI):


# in Household 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Monthly FY23/24 $4,100 $4,683 $5,271 $5,854 $6,325 $6,792 $7,263 $7,291

For the 23-25 biennium, the Oregon Legislature, under Senate Bill 5511, allocated funds to Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) to engage in activities to prevent evictions and homelessness statewide. In response, OHCS has renewed their efforts under the Oregon Eviction Diversion and Prevention (ORE-DAP) program to prioritize serving households most at risk of experiencing eviction and/or homelessness. Imminent risk households are those currently experiencing housing insecurity and are at risk of experiencing housing loss within 21 days. All households served under the ORE-DAP program are low-income households, with an area median income (AMI) of 80% or less. Funds allow agencies like OHRA to assist households by partnering with and providing a range of eviction prevention interventions such as rental assistance, coordination with partners who are providing legal services and other wrap-around interventions to support households at risk of eviction or who have become homeless and require access to housing supports.

If you or someone you know are looking for assistance, please reach out to the OHRA Center and make an appointment with a resource navigator at 541-631-2235.

To process an application for ORE-DAP eviction prevention/rental assistance OHRA needs from you:

    Active Eviction Notice

    Copy of FULL rental agreement

    Copy of most recent rent increase letter

    (if applicable)

    Asset Worksheet

    (If applicable)

    Proof of Section 8 or other subsidy
    (if applicable)

    Proof of Income for ALL adults in the household

    2 Months Bank Statements for EACH account for ALL adults in the household
    (if applicable)

    Copy of ID for ALL adults in the household

    Lead Based Paint Form (Signed and initialed by Tenant [lessee], signed by Landlord [lessor], and the Navigator [agent] will sign during the appointment)

    Signed W-9 from Landlord (the landlord can send this directly to OHRA if necessary, and not having a W-9 will not delay the appointment, but it is REQUIRED to approve any funds)