The mission of the Housing Authority of Clackamas County is to provide and develop affordable housing with supportive services for individuals and families on their path to improved health, wellness, prosperity and inclusion. In order to sustain these services, we prioritize equitable service delivery, financial sustainability, and thriving partnerships to ensure our long term viability.
The Section 8 wait list is currently closed, but Clackamas County has other housing resources available, including long-term rent assistance.
Not associated with the Housing Authority. Each has their own eligibility requirements and waitlist.
Stories of Housing
Sharing stories of real people that Clackamas County helped secure housing and how it changed their life.
Hear how Stacie use the rapid rehousing program and the voucher program to get permanent stability and start fresh.
Hear how Kimberly went from struggling to keep her and her children in a motel to secure housing.
Her perceptions of public housing were changed while witnessing the experience of her son and his friend.
Metro Housing Bond
Metro-area voters recently approved a $652.8 million general obligation bond, a proactive measure to address the shortage of affordable housing within Metro’s urban growth boundary. The bond allows our region the opportunity to invest in the development of new housing resources for some of our most vulnerable and historically marginalized residents.
Moving to Work
The Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) is in the process of applying for Moving to Work (MTW) status with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
File a Complaint
The Housing Authority is committed to customer service and assistance, if you feel you wish to file a complaint, you can complete the form and submit it to our management.