Manufactured Home Replacement Wildfire Recovery Program
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Manufactured Home Replacement Wildfire Recovery Program

Free counseling and forgivable loans help survivors replace lost mobile homes

Over 1,700 manufactured homes were destroyed in Jackson County during the 2020 wildfires. In response, the state launched a program to help those Oregonians who lost their homes to replace them. Qualified Housing Counselors at the Center for Community Resilience at ACCESS can help wildfire survivors evaluate how much it will cost to replace their homes and identify potential ways to pay for them.

There is no cost to work with a Housing Counselor. This program provides funding help through a 10-year forgivable loan, which means survivors will not have to pay it back. Loans are available for up to $35,000 for a single-wide and $45,000 for a double-wide or larger. Your Housing Counselor also will work with you to find other funding sources to help meet your needs.

Contact ACCESS:

Center for Community Resilience 541-414-0318

Homeownership Center 541-774-4305



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