Beginning March 17th, until further notice, services will be provided via telephone, email and mail; Offices will be closed to walk-in clients. Read more here.
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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.



COVID-19 Housing Relief Assistance

The CARES Act funded COVID-19 Emergency Rent, Mortgage, and Energy Relief Assistance programs have ended. For low-income households, mortgage, rent and energy assistance will still be available through the STHD.


Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) Program 

View more information here

Home of Your Own Program

Home of Your Own Program (HOYO)

The Home of Your Own Program (HOYO) helps low income Siletz Tribal Members who wish to become homeowners. HOYO will provide single family homes on Tribal Lease land and participants will start out by leasing the home and land. Qualified participants will be able to exercise the option to purchase their home and enter an individual Tribal Land Lease at any time from six months up to three years. During the Home Lease Period, participants will strengthen their credit scores and learn about budgeting, use of credit, saving, banking and predatory lending when they complete a Financial Education course. Participants will be able to either use a Program Loan or obtain an Approved Loan for the purchase of the home. The Tribe owns the land that the homes occupy and a land lease will be required when the home conveys.

The following link outlines the policy guidelines:  HOYO Policy