Our Mission: To provide affordable, safe, decent, and stable housing with compassion and integrity.

Our Mission: To provide affordable, safe, decent, and stable housing with compassion and integrity.

Our Mission: To provide affordable, safe, decent, and stable housing with compassion and integrity.

Our Mission: To provide affordable, safe, decent, and stable housing with compassion and integrity.

Habitat for Humanity Recruiting Families for Two Homes in Lincoln City

Posted in: News & Events, Programs, Resources, Uncategorized
Contact: Lucinda Taylor Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County 541.351.8078 | director@habitatlincoln.org Habitatlincoln.org Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County is Recruiting Partner Families for Two Homes in Lincoln City Newport, OR (October 29, 2020) — Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County (HFHLC) is jumping in to help address a critical housing shortage in Lincoln County [...]
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NW Coastal Housing Awarded to Build Veteran & Workforce Housing

Posted in: Blackberry Hill Apartments, Funding, News & Events
Blackberry Hill Apartments Toledo— It has been quite a year with Covid-19 and Disasters in Lincoln County.  Despite this, Northwest Coastal Housing (NWCH) continues to acquire funding to build housing, needed now more than ever.  On February 7, 2020, the Housing Stability Council approved funding award from Oregon Housing Community Services (OHCS) to NWCH for [...]
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Paid-leave program to help some employees who need to quarantine

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Sept. 14, 2020 (Salem) – A new program starts this week to help people who work in Oregon and need to quarantine or isolate due to COVID-19 exposure, but do not have access to COVID-19-related paid sick leave, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) announced today. The COVID-19 Temporary Paid Leave Program [...]
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About Northwest Coastal Housing

Northwest Coastal Housing (formerly known as the Community Development Corpora­tion of Lincoln County) was established and incorporated in May 1991.

Northwest Coastal Housing (NWCH) is a non-profit corporation committed to devel­oping affordable housing, advocating for and supporting community efforts that enhance affordable living options.

The Northwest Coastal Housing’s mission is “To provide affordable, safe, decent, and sta­ble housing with compassion and integrity”. Our “Tag line” is “Everyone needs a place to call home”.

Our Properties (Scroll through to see all three)

The Ridge Apartments

The Ridge is an 80 Unit Complex.  We have a half time Resident Services Coordinator.  ​The services offered help reduce the barriers to  home stabilization thus reducing homelessness.

The housing we provide at this site help those at 50-60% of the Area Median Income depending on the unit available.  We have 2 and 3 bedroom units.  Those we serve are singles, families, seniors, homeless, domestic violence victims, veterans, and more.

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The Yaquina Breeze Apartments

Programs for individuals suffering from Severe Mental Health and provides a sober living environment with one year of sobriety. These are for adults, seniors, veterans, singles, couples.  Property is one bedroom units.  Group, family and/or individual counseling for problems addressing:

  • Self-esteem.
  • Appropriate expression of feelings, and healthy boundaries.
  • Coping skills.
  • Medication evaluation and management.
  • Support and peer-building relation.
  • Panic and anxiety issues.

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Alder Hill Apartments

NWCH provides Resident Services to residents with the ex­ception of the Alder Hill Apartments. These serv­ices help give low-income tenants opportunities to im­prove their standard of living and their quality of life. These services include health and nutrition workshops, community garden, Kid’s Club, par­ent­ing classes, social activities, social service re­ferrals, conflict resolution, etc.

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Our Programs

In addition to providing affordable housing, Northwest Coastal Housing provides a host of services, including but not limited to:

  • Food Security Programs
  • Afterschool and out-of-school programs
  • Securing benefits entitlements
  • Case management
  • Conflict resolution
  • Crisis intervention/support
  • Employment related programs
  • ESL classes
  • Health care/services resources
  • Home purchase, financial counseling
  • Summer lunch program
  • Mental health collaboration
  • Transition to home ownership
  • Nutrition programs
  • Serving housing needs from homeless to homeowner

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