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2017 Impact Report

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2017 Impact Report

Argyle Apartments – Building in Changing Times

ArgyleAt REACH we believe that everyone deserves an affordable place to call home. Housing affordability is a fundamental issue that is impacting every corner of our community. The rapid rise in rents/home prices and stagnant wage inflation has had the greatest impacts on communities that have long been marginalized in our region, especially communities of color. 

In the Fall of 2015, the City of Portland and State of Oregon declared housing emergencies to address the… Read More »

REACH Equity Statement

Post by REACH CEO, Dan Valliere:

Over the past several months, REACH has developed a new Equity Statement to help call attention to the urgent need to address social inequities that persist in society and within our organization.  Please view it here.

It took many months of dialogue at Board and staff committee meetings to arrive at the statement now posted on our website. All of this may lead some to ask – why all of the trouble?  It’s just words on a page,… Read More »

Housing with Services gets Published

A journal article highlighting REACH and Housing With Services has been published in Cities & Health in partnership with NeighborWorks America and the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies.  With the majority of America’s high-performing community development organizations (CDOs) actively tackling health challenges in their communities, this article examines how community development organizations, like REACH, engage in activities at the nexus of health,… Read More »

Legislative Proposals in Salem to Support - Session Recap

Increase our supply of safe, stable, and affordable housing

Oregon Affordable Housing Tax Credit: increase cap to $25 million

(HB 2852A)

The Oregon Affordable Housing Tax Credit helps fund development and preservation of affordable housing. The credit expires in 2020. The Legislature should renew the credit, and increase the cap to $25 million (currently $17 million) to develop and preserve more homes for people with low incomes. Learn more.

Success! HB 2066, the… Read More »

Look What You Did

2016 was a big year at REACH and we couldn’t have done it without our partners, supporters and volunteers. Together, we built more affordable homes and served more people. Watch our Impact Report and learn more about the achievements we accomplished together in 2016 and where we’re headed in 2017.

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