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Siletz Tribal Housing Department (STHD)

555 Tolowa Court
P.O. Box 549
Siletz, OR 97380-0549
Front Reception: (541) 444-8322
Toll-Free: (800) 922-1399 extension 1322
Fax: (541) 444-8313

Siletz Tribal Housing Department's Mission Statement

With funds provided by the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act and other resources, the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians (CTSI) will continue the operation of a housing program whose overall mission will be to ensure that low income Siletz Tribal Members have the opportunity to obtain housing that meets his/her needs, is affordable, and provides a safe, healthy living environment.

 

During the CTSI office closures, rent and house payments may be made by phone or by dropping a check or money order into the mail slot below or mailed to:

STHD PO Box 549
Siletz, OR 97380
 

Please NO CASH

For assistance during regular business hours call 541-444-8322.

For after hour emergencies, call: 541-351-0149.

Housing

 

COVID-19 Housing Relief Assistance

Limited rent and mortgage relief is available to Siletz households negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Assistance is a one-time payment to Siletz household’s landlord or Mortgage Company.
Assistance is available anywhere in the United States and is available to low-income and non-low-income households.

Housing Mortgage Relief Program

Emergency Rent Assistance

Rehabilitation and Construction

Rehabilitation Housing Improvement

Purpose: To improve living conditions for eligible CTSI tribal members by providing moderate or substantial rehabilitation to their own home.

The individuals must have legal possessor rights to the home and property. The combined household income for all household members age eighteen years of age and older must not exceed eighty percent of median income. STHD staff determines the scope of work based on the client's application information and local building codes. STHD shall factor in disability, health, and safety issues in the selection process, with grants awarded from a waiting list. Selection shall be on a first-come, first-served basis, and a stipulation of one time assistance per household every six years. Tribal members living anywhere in the United States of America may use this program. Home must be occupied as the primary residence. A maximum of two grants allowed per person.

Elders/Disability Rehabilitation

Purpose: To improve living conditions for eligible CTSI Elders and disabled tribal members who own their own home to accommodate safety, health or disability related conditions.

Individuals must have legal possessor rights to the home and property. The combined household income for all household members age eighteen years and older must not exceed eighty percent of median income. STHD staff shall determine the scope of work for repairs based on the tribal elder's application information and local building codes. STHD shall factor in disability, health, and safety issues in the selection process with grants awarded from a program waiting list. Selection shall be on a first-come, first served basis, and a stipulation of one time assistance per household every six years. This program may be used anywhere in the United States of America. Home must be occupied as the primary residence. A maximum of two grants allowed per person.

Elders Home Replacement Program

Purpose: To replace privately owned homes of eligible Siletz Tribal Elders whose home repair costs would exceed forty-five thousand dollars.

Elders must have possessor rights to the home and property. STHD shall factor in disability, health, and safety issues in the selection process with grants awarded from a program waiting list. Selection shall be on a first-come, first-served basis, with a stipulation of one time assistance per household within a lifetime. This program may be used anywhere in the United States of America. Home must be occupied as the primary residence. A maximum of one grant allowed per person.

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General  Welfare  Exclusion  Housing  Rehabilitation  Grant 

Formerly known as the Over Income Grant

Purpose: To provide housing repair assistance to Siletz tribal members whose household income exceeds the eligibility requirements for other tribal housing rehabilitation programs.

Grants shall not exceed $10,000.00 and eligible applicants are limited to one grant per person/address/household. This program may be used anywhere in the United States of America and is based on availability. Ten grants are awarded annually, depending on funding availability. Applications are available during the months of June and July and the lottery drawing will be held in August at a Tribal Council meeting. Home must be occupied as the primary residence.

The over income grant is for eligible applicants and is limited to one grant per person/address/household. If you have already received a General Welfare Exclusion Housing Rehabilitation Grant you are not eligible to apply.