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COVID-19 FINANCIAL RELIEF PROGRAMS
OREGON STATEWIDE EVICTION MORATORIUM
The Oregon statewide eviction moratorium has ended as of June 30, 2021. Beginning July 2021 forward, rent is due every month, and tenants can face eviction for nonpayment if rent is not paid on time. No-cause evictions that were allowed prior to COVID-19 are once again allowed.

However, starting July 1, 2021, Oregon Senate Bill 278 provides protection from nonpayment evictions to renters who apply for rent assistance, if they provide documentation of their application to their landlords. This protection lasts for the entire time the application is being processed (up until September 30, 2022). Tenants are encouraged to apply for rent assistance right away if they are unable to pay rent. Tenants must give proof of their application to their landlords as soon as possible, and no later than June 30, 2022 or at or before any first court appearance, whichever is sooner.

Furthermore, until February 28, 2022, evictions cannot be issued for nonpayment of back-due rent, fees, or other charges that accrued between April 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021. Landlords cannot charge late fees for nonpayment of these arrears until March 2022.

The statewide moratorium on foreclosures for nonpayment of mortgages will last until December 31, 2021.
Confidential Address
Eligibility: Individuals and families that have experienced financial hardship because of one or more of the reasons below that occurred on or after March 16, 2020:
- Loss of household income;
- Increased medical expenses;
- Loss of work or wages;
- Increased child care responsibilities or responsibilities to care for a person with a disability or a person who is elderly, injured or sick;
- Increased costs for child care or caring for a person with a disability or a person who is elderly, injured or sick;
OR
- Other circumstances that have reduced my income or increased my expenses.
Hours: Oregon statewide moratorium ended on June 30, 2021. Grace period for protection from eviction if applying for rent assistance lasts until the application is processed or up until September 30, 2022.
CITY OF BEAVERTON
CENTER FOR MEDIATION AND DIALOGUE
Provides confidential dispute resolution services. Types of mediation available include:
-Business/consumer mediation: disputes involving service agreements, damage, repairs, refunds, warranty issues, replacements, salesperson complaints, billing, withheld payments, noise, and parking issues
-Elder mediation: disputes involving neighborhood problems, manufactured dwelling park issues, public housing and landlord/tenant issues, property matters, consumer problems, concerns about living arrangements, home care, and family or business finances
-Homeowners Association mediation: disputes involving association rules and regulations, neighbor relations, construction defects, maintenance, common areas, and fees and assessments
-Landlord/tenant mediation: disputes involving late payment of rent, evictions, deposits, repairs, damage, rental agreement violations, pets, noise, and neighbor relations
-Manufactured dwelling park mediation: disputes involving park rules and regulations, environmental issues, rental agreements, home sales, rent payment issues, evictions, pets, and neighbor relations
-Neighborhood mediation: disputes involving noise, fences, parking, vandalism, animal complaints, pet control, property damage or maintenance, harassment, minor assaults, and conflicts over money and personal property
12725 SW Millikan Way
Beaverton, OR 97005
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5:30pm
CITY OF GRESHAM
EAST COUNTY RESOLUTIONS
Assists people to communicate, solve problems, and find solutions to their conflicts. Serves neighbors, businesses, landlords, and tenants. Workshops and courses in mediation and conflict communication are provided. Facilitators are provided for group issues.
1333 NW Eastman Parkway
Gresham, OR 97030
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday 8am-5pm, Tuesday 10am-8:30pm
CITY OF SALEM
CITY OF SALEM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
Provides information services for buildling permits, multifamily dwelling licenses, inspection services, land use permits, and code compliance. Fields complaints about rental housing safety, abandoned vehicles, tall grass and weeds, and illegal dumping. Also provides advocacy for tenants about communicating with landlords about housing conditions.
555 Liberty Street SE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
CLACKAMAS COUNTY RESOLUTION SERVICES
COMMUNITY DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Mediation services available for a variety of community disputes, including neighbor disputes, landlord/tenant issues, manufactured home community issues, consumer/merchant disputes, family relationships (including elder care issues), small claims, and workplace conflict. Services are voluntary and confidential.

Mediation and conflict management training is provided for those wishing to participate in providing volunteer mediation services.
2051 Kaen Road
Suite 210
Oregon City, OR 97045
Eligibility: Varies by service
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-1:30pm and 2:30pm-5:30pm
COMMUNITY MEDIATION SERVICES FOR POLK COUNTY
COMMUNITY MEDIATION SERVICES
Trained mediators assist in finding solutions to conflicts. Mediators have experience with interpersonal disputes, family mediation (e.g., parent/teen, runaways), parenting plan adjustments, neighborhood disputes (e.g., barking dogs, property line/easement disputes), landlord/tenant disputes, institutional/business mediation, and victim/offender mediation. Also holds workshops, public lectures, and discussions on mediation and coaches individuals in conflicted situations. Meetings may be held in the client's community to ease time or transportation limitations. Does not mediate domestic violence cases.
320 SE Fir Villa Road
Dallas, OR 97338
Eligibility: Must be a resident of or employed in Polk County
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. Special arrangements outside these hours may be possible.
COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS OF CENTRAL OREGON
MEDIATION SERVICES
Community mediation helps individuals, businesses, neighbors, and families when conflict or disagreements arise. Mediators help parties communicate with understanding, explore solutions, and solve problems. Some conflicts involve neighbor or neighborhood relationships, homeowner association issues, workplace problems, consumer/business disputes, family relationship including separation/divorce or children's issues, money issues, landlord/tenant disputes, land use disputes, and more. Mediation is voluntary, cooperative, and confidential, and mediated by one or two impartial mediators who do not take sides, give legal advice, or impose settlements.

Provides mediators for Deschutes County Justice Court Small Claims Court. Litigants have the opportunity to resolve disputes through mediation before proceeding to trial before a judge. Provides periodic mediator training, workshops, and facilitation services for businesses, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations.
1010 NW 14th Street
Suite 104
Bend, OR 97703
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm, evenings and weekends by appointment
COWLITZ-WAHKIAKUM LEGAL AID
Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Legal Aid coordinates free civil legal aid for low income citizens of Cowlitz and Wahkiakum counties with the help of licensed attorneys and skilled staff in the categories of bankruptcy assistance, vacation of criminal record,eviction prevention, divorce, custody, support, general legal aid, guardianship and wills, and landlord/tenant dispute resolution. Also provides legal forms to the public for many different civil legal issues.
1338 Commerce Avenue
Suite C
Longview, WA 98632
Eligibility: Must have income no greater than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level and be a resident of Cowlitz or Wahkiakum Counties or cases filed in those counties
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
EASTERN OREGON MEDIATION CENTER
MEDIATION AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE SERVICES
Dispute resolution center offering mediation services through trained volunteer mediators. Mediates small claims, neighbor-to-neighbor disputes, harassment claims, vandalism, property conflicts, family relationships, animal disputes, employee disputes, landlord/tenant disputes, student disputes, noise issues, debt, youth disputes (including parent/teen conflict), and parking disputes.

Also offers restorative justice conferencing for victims, allowing them to confront their offenders in a restorative setting.
1007 4th Street
La Grande, OR 97850
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: No standard hours. Phone hours: Monday-Friday 7am-8pm.
LEGAL AID SERVICES OF OREGON
LEGAL AID SERVICES OF OREGON PORTLAND REGIONAL OFFICE
EVICTION PREVENTION ASSISTANCE
Offers legal advice and limited representation on landlord-tenant problems such as illegal possession of tenant property, utility shut-offs by the landlord, unlawful lockouts, or self-help evictions, in addition to advice and referrals concerning evictions from private housing.
Eligibility: Low-income households
Hours: By appointment only
LINCOLN COMMUNITY DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Dispute resolution and agreement development in the following areas: Housing, Workplace, Neighbors, Family Members, Youth, Businesses, and Government. Also offers Conflict Resolution training and group meeting facilitation with emphasis on consensus-building.
112 W Graham
Toledo, OR 97391
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: By appointment only. Services are scheduled to accommodate needs of client.
NEIGHBOR-TO-NEIGHBOR MEDIATION
NEIGHBOR-TO-NEIGHBOR BENTON/LINN COUNTIES
N2N MEDIATION
Mediation is a voluntary, confidential process where people with disputes come together, sit down with a neutral third-party mediator, and talk about ways to solve the dispute. Can assist with landlord/tenant disputes. A Juvenile Victim/Offender mediation program is also available.
308 Broadalbin Street SW
Albany, OR 97321
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday varies depending on caseload
Mediation: May take place at any time, depending on client needs and mediator availability
NEIGHBOR-TO-NEIGHBOR MEDIATION
NEIGHBOR-TO-NEIGHBOR MARION COUNTY
N2N MEDIATION
Mediation is a voluntary, confidential process where people with disputes come together, sit down with a neutral third-party mediator, and talk about ways to solve the dispute. Can assist with landlord/tenant disputes. A Juvenile Victim/Offender mediation program is also available.
945 Columbia Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday varies depending on caseload
Mediation: May take place at any time, depending on client needs and mediator availability
OREGON HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
MANUFACTURED AND MARINA COMMUNITIES RESOURCE CENTER (MMCRC)
State office providing technical assistance and dispute resolution services to landlords and tenants in manufactured dwelling parks. Provides copies of relevant laws and general information on rights and responsibilities. Assists clients in making decisions about how to handle manufactured dwelling park-related situations. May be referred to local mediation services for dispute resolution. Also maintains the statewide Manufactured Home Park Directory, which offers information on spaces available for rent.
725 Summer Street NE
Suite B
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Varies by program
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
RESOLUTIONS NORTHWEST
COMMUNITY MEDIATION PROGRAM
Helps community members resolve differences in a positive and personal way, outside of the legal system. The program offers confidential and effective mediation services for family and youth, peer mediation training for youth in PPS schools, any other conflicts within Multnomah County.
4531 SE Belmont Street
Suite 300
Portland, OR 97215
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm, evening and weekend hours by arrangement
WASHINGTON STATE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON STATE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL CONSUMER PROTECTION DIVISION
MANUFACTURED HOUSING DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROGRAM
Supports better communication and promotes mutual understanding between landlords and manufactured home owners. The office provides an equitable and low-cost option for manufactured home owners and landlords to resolve disputes concerning alleged violations of the Manufactured/Mobile Home Landlord Tenant Act. The Attorney General's Office will help opposing parties negotiate disputes, determine whether further investigation is needed, decide whether a violation has occurred and issue fines and other penalties when appropriate.
800 5th Avenue
Suite 2000
Seattle, WA 98104
Eligibility: Washington State residents who own a manufactured home or mobile home and rent a lot for that home in a community
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
CITY OF BEAVERTON
CENTER FOR MEDIATION AND DIALOGUE
CITY OF GRESHAM
EAST COUNTY RESOLUTIONS
CITY OF SALEM
CITY OF SALEM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
CLACKAMAS COUNTY RESOLUTION SERVICES
COMMUNITY DISPUTE RESOLUTION
COMMUNITY MEDIATION SERVICES FOR POLK COUNTY
COMMUNITY MEDIATION SERVICES
COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS OF CENTRAL OREGON
MEDIATION SERVICES
EASTERN OREGON MEDIATION CENTER
MEDIATION AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE SERVICES
LINCOLN COMMUNITY DISPUTE RESOLUTION
LINCOLN COMMUNITY DISPUTE RESOLUTION
NEIGHBOR-TO-NEIGHBOR MEDIATION
N2N MEDIATION
NEIGHBOR-TO-NEIGHBOR MEDIATION
N2N MEDIATION
OREGON HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
MANUFACTURED AND MARINA COMMUNITIES RESOURCE CENTER (MMCRC)
RESOLUTIONS NORTHWEST
COMMUNITY MEDIATION PROGRAM