OREGON HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES S TAT E W I D E H O U S I N G P L A N U P DAT E Ryan Vogt,Name Presenter Chief Operations in bold, position, Officer if used, in italics Oregon Housing and Community Services or other affiliate name May 3, 2019 Housing Stability Council
Date (optional) Event name or location (optional) A N N U A L I M P L E M E N TAT I O N A N D N E X T STEPS Year 1 Implementation Strategies Action Initiative Development Natural Points of Intersection with the Council POLICY PRIORITIES Membership and Mission
YEAR 1 IMPLEMENTATION Membership and Mission STRATEGIES ACTION INITIATIVES PLANNING Membership and Mission January 23 SWHP Project team facilitated session to prioritize strategies for 2019 Policy Priority owners decide on top 3 February 13 and 14 Cross Agency teams brainstorm the Action Initiatives for the top strategies
Policy Priority owners further refine, create milestones, begin assembling project teams March 26 Executive Offsite HOUSING STABILITY COUNCIL SWHP ENGAGEMENT Membership and Mission Strategies for Equity and Racial Justice Adopt an approach to advancing equity, informed by national promising practices and lived experience Improve our ability to track, analyze and measure performance on equity goals
Use OHCS Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council to adopt a DEI framework into our core value system. Natural points of contact Updates on Equity Definition and Framework Adoption Councilmember Li already engaged with Framework Discussion Updates about Equity Data inventory HOUSING STABILITY COUNCIL SWHP ENGAGEMENT Membership and Mission Strategies for Homelessness
Build capacity with partners to implement proven models to prevent and end homelessness Coordinate with veteran organizations, developers and providers to end veterans homelessness Integrate asset-building and antipoverty programs to support housing stabilization and economic security. Enhance data and research capability to understand and address homeless needs and evaluate effectiveness of the work across Oregon Natural Points of Contact Decide on IDA framework Decide on set-asides or preference for Veterans in NOFA and QAP Receive updates on 2nd round of Operation Welcome Home
HOUSING STABILITY COUNCIL SWHP ENGAGEMENT Membership and Mission Strategies for Permanent Supportive Housing Expand the pool of resources by using new funding strategies Explore a state funded tenant and project based rental assistance program. Incentivize PSH through existing funding offerings Natural Points of Contact Decide on the PSH Framework Decide on the funding for any PSH projects
Decide on updates to QAP HOUSING STABILITY COUNCIL SWHP ENGAGEMENT Membership and Mission Strategies for Affordable Rental Housing Expedite the delivery of affordable housing with improved technology, streamlined processes, and partnerships Build partner capacity through training and technical assistance Take advantage of transit-efficient locations, and transitoriented development to help reduce cost burden
Natural Points of Contact Decide on updated LIFT framework Decide on Capacity Building NOFA Framework. Decide on all funding awards HOUSING STABILITY COUNCIL SWHP ENGAGEMENT Membership and Mission Strategies for Homeownership Expand programs to address unmet need for low and moderate-income homebuyers Connect communities of color to our homeownership
programs Support low-cost homeownership opportunities through the preservation of manufactured housing Natural Points of Contact Receive updates on TBA framework Decide on HOPE framework Updates on Manufactured Home priorities HOUSING STABILITY COUNCIL SWHP ENGAGEMENT Membership and Mission
Strategies for Rural Build relationships with local providers, developers, governments and tribes Tailor programs to meet unique needs of small towns and rural Engage the agricultural workforce to understand housing and service needs of Oregon farmworkers. Natural Points of Contact Review Rural Capacity strategy Decide on Greater Oregon Housing Accelerator framework Review of the Agricultural Workforce Housing Study HOUSING STABILITY
COUNCIL ENGAGEMENT Membership and Mission Next Steps Discussion at the retreat: Additional involvement opportunities for HSC members Frequency of Implementation Updates to come before the council? 3 months 6 months What additional training/background is needed for you to be able to effectively make the decisions needed?
QUESTIONS Ryan Vogt, Chief Operations Officer May 3, 2019 Housing Stability Council
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