Thank you for your interest in the Housing Assistance Program. This program is currently at capacity and closed to first time participants. Please continue to check our website for additional updates regarding the Housing Assistance Program. If you have already been approved for the program by BPA Health, you can continue to submit the continued requests for assistance.
If you have submitted an application before the program was closed on 2/16/2023, your application has been put on hold at this time. We will contact you by email or phone if additional funding becomes available.
This program offers financial assistance for housing and utility support to individuals who are participating, or recently completed, Substance Use Disorder (SUD) focused services.
The goal of the Substance Use Disorder (SUD) COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program (SUDHAP-19) is to assist SUD households who have experienced financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The program provides rent, mortgage, and utility assistance for up to six months or $8,500 for each qualifying household or individual, whichever comes first. Funding is available on a first come first serve basis.
To qualify for this assistance applicants must:
1. submit completed application and copies of rent/mortgage and/or utility statements;
2. have provider verify that the applicant is currently enrolled in and attending substance use disorder treatment OR attest the applicant has successfully completed treatment in the past 90 days;
3. while receiving assistance, the applicant must submit by the 15th of the month statements of housing and/or utility bill(s) requesting payment for; and
4. If applicant is still in treatment the provider must submit the attestation form each month prior to receiving continued SUDHAP-19 funding, if applicant has completed treatment the applicant must check-in with BPA Health by the 15th of each month.
Housing Assistance Application Form
SUD Housing Assistance Program Provider Verification LetterSUD Housing Assistance Frequently Asked Questions