1.  Oregonians don’t have a place to call home tonight.

2. Working families aren’t making enough to afford decent housing.

In Oregon, a worker making minimum wage needs to work 84 hours/week to afford a 2-bedroom apartment.

3. Seniors, people with disabilities, and others who live on fixed incomes must choose between paying for rising housing costs or paying for prescriptions.

What does Oregon’s Housing Crisis look like?

Why is there a Housing Crisis in Oregon?

Why is there a Housing Crisis in Oregon?

01

More people are moving to Oregon, but there’s not enough housing to accommodate everyone, pushing up prices even further.

01

More people are moving to Oregon, but there’s not enough housing to accommodate everyone, pushing up prices even further.

02

Housing isn’t being built fast enough, resulting in a shortage of homes and apartments.

Too much of the new housing is “luxury” with rents or mortgages out of reach for most Oregonians, resulting in a shortage of affordable housing.

02

Housing isn’t being built fast enough, resulting in a shortage of homes and apartments.

Too much of the new housing is “luxury” with rents or mortgages out of reach for most Oregonians, resulting in a shortage of affordable housing.

There are nearly 250,000 families in Oregon who make less than $33,000 and need affordable housing. Yet there are only 143,000 units available for them.

There are nearly 250,000 families in Oregon who make less than $33,000 and need affordable housing. Yet there are only 143,000 units available for them.

03

Housing costs are rising faster than wages.

This is making apartments and houses too expensive for most Oregonians.

03

Housing costs are rising faster than wages.

This is making apartments and houses too expensive for most Oregonians.


Solving this crisis requires everyone to raise their voice and advocate to #HousethePeople!


Learn about Solutions

Solving this crisis requires everyone to raise their voice and advocate to #HousethePeople!


Learn about Solution

A Few Solutions to the Housing Crisis

1. Change local rules and policies to make it easier for more housing to be built

2. Governments invest more money to build housing for our most vulnerable community members - seniors, people experiencing homelessness, people with disabilities

3. Encourage innovation to think outside the box for ways to house people in safe and healthy homes

A Few Solutions to the Housing Crisis

1. Change local rules and policies to make it easier for more housing to be built

2. Governments invest more money to build housing for our most vulnerable community members - seniors, people experiencing homelessness, people with disabilities

3. Encourage innovation to think outside the box for ways to house people in safe and healthy homes

A Few Solutions to the Housing Crisis

1. Change local rules and policies to make it easier for more housing to be built

2. Governments invest more money to build housing for our most vulnerable community members - seniors, people experiencing homelessness, people with disabilities

3. Encourage innovation to think outside the box for ways to house people in safe and healthy homes

A Few Solutions to the Housing Crisis

1. Change local rules and policies to make it easier for more housing to be built

2. Governments invest more money to build housing for our most vulnerable community members - seniors, people experiencing homelessness, people with disabilities

3. Encourage innovation to think outside the box for ways to house people in safe and healthy homes

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