The affordable housing crisis continues to persist in Southern Oregon and has a profound impact on our community. Through our partnership with the Housing Authority of Jackson County and Oregon Department of Human Services, we will be opening up 12 new permanent supportive housing units for Maslow families.
Next spring we will open additional units in Central Point. Maslow will provide a housing Case Manager to ensure our youth and families remain successfully housed. In both Jackson and Josephine County, vacancy rates hover around 1%.This partnership offers youth and families in Southern Oregon a chance of hope and home.
In 2018-19 Maslow Project helped 182 families find housing.