Oregon Homeowner Support is an official website of the State of Oregon. Its purpose is to help current and past Oregon homeowners avoid or limit the impact of foreclosure.
You'll find easy-to-understand information about programs and services that can help you keep your home or limit the negative impacts of foreclosure. You'll also find links to other trustworthy local, state, and federal foreclosure-related programs and services.
Funding for this website, and many of the related programs and services described here, was appropriated by the Oregon State Legislature with funding from the Attorney General's National Mortgage Settlement Fund. The nonprofit and government agencies listed on this site are key partners of Oregon Homeowner Support, and offer a wide variety of essential services.
How To Get Started
- Watch the Foreclosure Prevention Counseling video
- Find and meet with a counselor
- Learn about available state and federal foreclosure prevention programs on this website
- Learn about other programs using the links provided
- Apply for the programs that fit your needs and circumstances
If you need help understanding or accessing any of the programs or information on this website, contact a foreclosure prevention counselor or call 211 toll free from any phone.
The content on this site has been developed and reviewed by Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) with additional support from the State of Oregon's Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS).