We All Need a Place to Call Home
Quality, affordable housing impacts our community’s health, economic stability, and so much more. If you’re looking for shelter or a place to call home, or need assistance keeping your current home, you’re not alone and there are resources to help.
If you’re struggling to pay your rent, ACCESS can help connect you with local and state resources to keep you in your current housing.
ACCESS Rental Properties
ACCESS owns and operates over 100 units of affordable housing, each with low maintenance costs and energy efficiency. See the properties and amenities, and apply today.
We help existing homeowners and potential buyers with education, housing counseling, and down-payment assistance. Explore the programs you may qualify for, and get help with owning your home.
Center for Community Resilience
The Center for Community Resilience (CCR) is helping those who were impacted by the 2020 Jackson County wildfires to find a place to call home. Support services are available now.
Veterans Rental Assistance
We’re helping make sure Veterans in Jackson County have access to permanent housing. If you’re a Veteran in need of rental assistance, our Veteran Support team can walk you through the many ways we can help.
Medford Severe Weather Shelter
The Severe Weather Shelter in Medford provides an emergency place to stay and meals when extreme weather conditions arise — whether it’s heat, cold, smoke, or storms.
Homeownership Housing Projects
This is a list of housing projects in Southern Oregon that are currently under development and will have housing units available for homeownership.
Rental Housing Projects
This is a list of housing projects in Southern Oregon that are currently under development and will have housing units available for rent.