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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.

Housing

Rental Assistance/Student Housing

Rental Assistance Program (RAP)

1. Tribal Temporary Housing Assistance Program (TTHAP)

The Tribal Temporary Housing Assistance Program (TTHAP) is a time-limited program which assists:

  • Families needing to live closer to medical care as documented by a physician
  • Victims of domestic violence needing immediate assistance to relocate.
  • Individuals transitioning from prison or a rehabilitation facility

Other emergency situations that are temporary in nature as determined by the Siletz Tribal Housing Department (STHD) will also be considered.

The household must be able to meet the NAHASDA income guidelines and the household's share of the rent is thirty percent of the adjusted annual income. STHD will allow up to 10 vouchers for this program each year, as long as funding exists.

2. Tribal Temporary Student Assistance Program (TTSAP)

The Tribal Temporary Student Assistance Program (TTSAP) is a time-limited program which assists a student while obtaining higher education for a period not to exceed six years. Participant must:

  • Maintain full time student status (defined as twelve or more credits per semester)
  • Attend a college, university, vocational, or trade school
  • Maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA.

The household must be able to meet the NAHASDA income guidelines and the household's share of the rent is thirty percent of the adjusted annual income. If the student leaves the household, the household will no longer be eligible for assistance. STHD will allow up to 30 vouchers for this program each year, as long as funding exists.

3. Tribal Elder/Disabled Rental Assistance Program

The Tribal Elder/Disabled Rental Assistance Program assists families whose head of household is a tribal elder, or whose household includes a disabled tribal member. To be eligible, the household must include one the following:

  • A Tribal member age fifty-five and older
  • A disabled Tribal member

The household must be able to meet the NAHASDA income guidelines and the household's share of the rent is based on ten percent of the income. STHD will allow up to 40 vouchers for this program each year, as long as funding exists.

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