Clackamas County Supportive Housing Services

In May 2020, Metro voters passed the Supportive Housing Services measure — Measure 26-210. The measure will raise money for supportive housing services for people experiencing homelessness or at risk of experiencing homelessness. Clackamas County will receive 21.33% of the total revenue generated.

Each county developed their own Local Implementation Plan detailing how they are utilizing the raised funds to tackle chronic homelessness. Clackamas County’s plan identifies and outlines unmet needs and investment priorities for rental assistance and supportive services. The program prioritizes Communities of Color, and 75% of funds are prioritized for extremely low-income households with at least one disabling condition that are experiencing or at imminent risk of experiencing long-term literal homelessness.

Project Updates/Next Steps


The Housing Authority of Clackamas County will accept proposals for five Program Offers and one Request for Proposals (RFP) for new supportive housing services between March 28 and April 11, 2022. The Program Offers and RFP can be found here.


The Tri-County Supportive Housing Services Request for Programmatic Qualifications has closed and the Notice of Qualification is now available here. As program offers become available, they will be posted on the Housing Authority's Bids and RFPs webpage. Organizations which qualified through the tri-county RFPQ will be notified via email.

For questions specific to Clackamas County contact the Supportive Housing Services team at Any questions specific to the closed RFPQ, please refer to Suzi Fulcher at Washington County:


The Board of County Commissioners has approved the signing of an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with Metro, which lays the groundwork for an extensive regional effort to address the ongoing homelessness crisis. Read the announcement.


On Dec. 13, 2021 the Clackamas County Supportive Housing Services Program team held a program update and engagement session with representatives from the County's provider community. The attendees provided feedback on what services they believe the program should prioritize as it expands. The minutes for the update and engagement session can be found here.


Clackamas County is partnering with Washington and Multnomah Counties for a new Tri-County Request for Programmatic Qualification (RFPQ) for supportive housing services. This opportunity is now open for applications through Jan.31, 2022 at 4 p.m.. Applications can be submitted through OpenGov.


On July 28, 2021, the Housing Authority of Clackamas County hosted a listening session with the Clackamas County provider community. We received extensive feedback from providers and had a productive conversation on the status and future of the Supportive Housing Services program. 

Minutes for the listening session

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