VIDA Partners

Filter by your county and your intended savings category to find organizations near you who are offering IDAs. Funding is very limited so many of our partners may be forming waiting lists. Contact one of our partners to learn more.
Adelante Mujeres is a non-profit organization based in Forest Grove that provides education and small business development support services to low-income Latino families throughout Washington County. Adelante offers these services through three main programs: Adelante Empresas, a comprehensive small business development project that provides training, support and networking for low-income Latino entrepreneurs, an Adult Education Program which offers classes for low-income Latina women, readying them to obtain their GEDs, improve their English skills, and enhance their self-esteem and leadership capacities and, finally, the Forest Grove Farmers Market which is managed by Adelante Mujeres as part of the Micro Enterprise Program which focuses on small scale sustainable farming.
Adelante Mujeres offers IDAs to their participants only.
Washington
Business
Education
Carina Quintanilla
Javier Urenda
503-992-0078 ex. 201
503-992-0078 ex. 211
2036 Main Street, Suite A.
Forest Grove
OR
AAAH is a community-based organization comprised of housing resource professionals. AAAH stimulates home buying activities through our Homebuyer Coaching Project, The Homebuyer Education/Certification Classes, The IDA Program, and our annual Homebuyer Fair. We are an equal housing opportunity organization.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Yamhill
Housing
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Daniel Lechuga
503-595-3517, ext. 305
P.O. Box 11531
Portland
OR
Aprovecho's mission is "Living, Learning, Organizing, and Educating to Inspire a Sustainable Culture". Thirty years after its founding, the center serves as an inspiration for the hundreds of students, visitors, and volunteers that make use of its facilities. Aprovecho offers many different opportunities for engagement, from the yearly publication of its "New from Aprovecho" newsletter, to monthly open house tours, weekend workshops, overnight trips for youth, and residential programs in Permaculture and Natural Building.
Lane
Business
Education
Heather Greene
(541) 942-8198
80574 Hazelton Rd
Cottage Grove
OR
Bienestar builds housing, hope and futures for the well-being of working families and Seniors Quality affordable housing is essential for individuals, families and communities to thrive. We envision and develop communities where residents find dignity, hope, confidence, skills, and courage to pursue their dreams.
Bienestar provides IDAs to their clients only.
Washington
Housing
Education
Adaptive Technology
Gracie Garcia
Maria Hidalgo
503.693.2937 x101
503.693.2937 x110
220 SE 12th Ave. Suite #A-100
Hillsboro
OR
The mission of Bradley-Angle House is to offer survivors of domestic and sexual violence options for safety, self-empowerment, healing and hope, while collaborating with our communities to create social change. We envision a world free of domestic violence where all people are treated with dignity and respect. We offer IDAs through our Economic Empowerment Program, focused on providing survivors of domestic violence with the tools to increase their financial self-sufficiency, while maintaining a safe and prosperous life free of violence.
Bradley Angle offers IDAs to survivors of interpersonal violence.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Education
Adaptive Technology
Kenyatta Trice
503.595.9591 x310
5432 N Albina Ave.
Portland
OR
Deeply rooted in service to farmworkers, CASA of Oregon improves the lives of Oregonians in underserved communities by building affordable housing, neighborhood facilities, and programs that increase families' financial well-being.
We are not accepting applications.
Washington
Education
IDA Team
503-537-0319 x309
20508 SW Roy Rogers Rd Suite 155
Sherwood
OR
Inspired by the transformative power of God's love, Catholic Charities, the social service arm of the Catholic Church in western Oregon, partners with the most vulnerable, regardless of faith, to achieve lasting solutions to poverty and injustice.Catholic Charities of Oregon achieves lasting solutions to poverty and injustice by partnering with clients to meet their economic and educational goals and to support their physical and social well-being.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Business
Housing
Education
Ryan Parker
503-688-2678
2740 SE Powell Boulevard, #5
Portland
OR
Clackamas County Social Services is a multi-service organization for low-income citizens of Clackamas County. Through a partnership with the Housing Authority of Clackamas County, we are able to offer IDA enrollment and case management to residents of public housing and clients in housing programs in Clackamas County. These IDA accounts can be used to buy a home or to pursue an education.
Clackamas
Housing
Education
Jemila Hart (for residents of the Housing Authority of Clackamas Co.)
Nicole Huffman (for all other inquiries)
503.702.1587
503.650.5733
2051 Kaen Rd.
Oregon City
OR
In 1965, concerns over the causes and conditions of poverty motivated a group of Washington County leaders to organize Community Action. Today, Community Action is the largest private nonprofit social service agency serving residents of Washington County, responding annually to more than 30,000 requests for assistance. Community Action is proud to serve as a leader and partner in the fight to eliminate the effects of poverty on our friends and neighbors. 
Community Action provides IDAs to clients in their Head Start or case management programs. The business IDA is offered to folks starting child care businesses.
Washington
Business
Education
Larry Hauth
503-726-0818
1001 SW Baseline St.
Hillsboro
OR
The mission of Community Connection of Northeast Oregon, Inc. is to advocate for and assist senior citizens, children, low-income persons and persons with disabilities in attaining basic human needs and in becoming more self-sufficient.
Baker
Grant
Union
Wallowa
Housing
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Debbie Votaw
541.963.3186
2802 Adams Ave.
La Grande
OR
Our Mission: To invest in individuals, families, and rural communities by developing ownership, equity, and skills. Community Home Builders (formerly Yamhill Community Development Corporation) is a private non-profit that has been building homes and investing in rural communities for over twenty years. Our organization partners with families and individuals, helping them build their own homes, achieve long-term stability and learn valuable skills aiding in long-term home maintenance.
Polk
Yamhill
Housing
Janice Allen
503.434.5265
P.O. Box 1193
McMinnville
OR
Community in Action exists to empower low and moderate-income individuals and families of Harney and Malheur Counties. We offer a diversity of services that meet basic human needs for food and shelter. We strive to provide a path toward education, skills, and access to community resources that help to create self-sufficiency.
Harney
Malheur
Business
Housing
Education
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Adaptive Technology
Angie Uptmor
(541) 889-1060 x122
915 SW 3rd Avenue
Ontario
OR
Community Vision's IDA program serves individuals in Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas counties.  We will accept savers from accross the state and other counties, on a case-by-case basis.  To be eligible for the program, someone in the immediate family must experience disability. Community Vision is committed to help individuals who experience disability live, work and thrive in the community of their choice.  Asset development via the IDA, is central to our mission.  IDAs help individuals with disabilities gain economic stability and equity, while increasing financial literacy skills.  
Community Vision who experience disability with a cross disability focus.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Umatilla
Washington
Business
Housing
Education
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Adaptive Technology
Allison Falleur Barber, Administrative Coordinator Asset Building Department
503-858-0678
503-292-4964 x116
1750 SW Skyline Blvd, Suite 102
Portland
OR
Our asset goal is homeownership. Siletz Reservation land is located in Siletz Oregon. Siletz has many services to help it’s members including a health clinic, self sufficiency support services, cultural center and a housing department. We currently have a Down Payment Assistance Program to help Tribal Members buy their first home. Along with the administrative department located in Siletz Oregon, we have three area offices located in Portland, Salem and Eugene to extend services to Tribal Members living in the valley.
Not accepting new enrollments at this time.
Benton
Clackamas
Lane
Lincoln
Linn
Marion
Multnomah
Polk
Tillamook
Washington
Yamhill
Housing
K.C. Short
541-444-8310
PO Box 549
Siletz
OR
Founded in 2003, Families Forward is a non-profit community development corporation. It's mission is "fostering personal achievment for Central Oregonians." Families Forward achieves this mission through the provision of services in three core areas: Family Sustainability, Asset Building and Opportunities for Kids. Programs include rental readiness education, rental security deposit assistance loans, STEPS to Economic and Personal Success workshops, matched savings accounts and youth programs. Families Forward's vision is for thriving Central Oregonians Families Forward's purpose is to provide services, housing and economic opportunities to Central Oregonians in need.
Crook
Deschutes
Jefferson
Business
Housing
Education
Adaptive Technology
Andrew Hall
Vanessa Casaubon
541-323-7413
(541) 323-7410
405 SW 6th St.
Redmond
OR
Food Roots exists to cultivate a healthy food system for our north coast Oregon communities. Through Food Roots, IDAs are available to the public, but specifically for food-system related small business owners in Clatsop, Lincoln and Tillamook Counties. Eligible food system businesses might include: Growing/Producing Transporting Processing Packaging Cooking Composting/Recycling Selling/Retail/Restaurants, etc. Other ideas? Ask us!!
Food Roots provides business IDAs for food based small businesses.
Clatsop
Tillamook
Business
Lainie Koch
503-815-2800
P.O. Box 1275
Tillamook
OR
Hacienda CDC is a Latino Community Development Corporation that strengthens families by providing affordable housing, homeownership support, economic advancement and educational opportunities.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Business
Housing
​​Marissa Burke
503.961.6406
6700 NE Killingsworth
Portland
OR
The Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce's mission is to increase the economic and educational opportunities for Latinos in Oregon and SW Washington.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Business
Education
Michelle Hernández
503.222.0280
PO Box 1837
Portland
OR
Home Forward is committed to providing safe, decent and affordable housing to individuals and families in Multnomah County, Oregon, who face income or other life challenges. Home Forward offers support through a wide variety of programs and services that promote stability and self-sufficiency. We help usher our residents into a new life, assisting many on a path toward economic independence and, in some cases, home ownership. Our organization offers following 3 asset-goals: Post-secondary education Home Ownership Small Business.
Home Forward provides IDAs only to Section 8 recipients and Public Housing residents who participating in their Family Self-Sufficiency program.
Multnomah
Business
Housing
Education
Adaptive Technology
Biljana Jesic
Amanda Grear
503-802-8351
(503) 943-5675
135 SW Ash St.
Portland
OR
The Lane County Housing Authority was created by the Lane County Board of Commissioners in 1949. Since 1977, following a reorganization, the Housing And Community Services Agency (HACSA) of Lane County has provided affordable housing and related community services to low-income residents of Eugene, Springfield and rural Lane County. HACSA is the second largest housing authority in Oregon, offering a variety of affordable housing options to individuals and families in Lane County. HACSA partners with approximately 30 community organizations and offers supportive resident services to clients in our Public and Assisted Housing programs.
Housing And Community Services Agency of Lane County provides IDAs to their clients only.
Lane
Housing
Education
Adaptive Technology
Emily Yates
541.682.2541
177 Day Island Rd.
Eugene
OR
The mission of the Housing Authority is to provide the opportunity for decent, safe, and affordable housing to individuals and families in our community and opportunities to position themselves for success.
Yamhill
Housing
Education
Megan Ramos
(503) 883-4300
135 NE Dunn Pl
McMinnville
OR
The Illinois Valley Community Development Organization (IVCDO) partners with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) of Rogue Community College to operate the Illinois Valley Business Entrepreneurial Center (IVBEC) to support small business and micro-enterprise formation and expansion.  The IVBEC provides a central contact point for business counseling, small business financing, instructional classes, training, technical assistance and resource referral. 
Illinois Valley Community Development Organization provides small business IDAs for their clients only. Post-secondary education & home repair IDAs are open to the general public.
Jackson
Josephine
Business
Education
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Kenny Houck
(541) 956-7275
PO Box 1824
Cave Junction
OR
Innovative Changes (IC$) is a Certified CDFI Loan Fund, that assists low-income individuals and families, and those who otherwise lack adequate access to capital and/or financial services, manage short-term financial needs in order to achieve and maintain household stability. We do this by offering: Financial Coaching and Workshops Responsible Small-Dollar Consumer Loans Credit Building Opportunities Education IDAs  
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Education
Adaptive Technology
Yvette Perez-Chavez
(503) 249-5205
2027 Lloyd Center
Portland
OR
Family Self-Sufficiency Program provides intense case management for 100 Section 8 families, assisting them in setting goals, improving/building credit, and increasing assets. 
Linn-Benton Housing Authority provides IDAs to their clients only.
Benton
Linn
Housing
Education
Adaptive Technology
Keonali Hutley
Wendy Younger
541-918-7326
541-918-7313
1250 SE Queen Ave.
Albany
OR
The Lower Columbia Hispanic Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to serve the Hispanic community of the Lower Columbia River region. Our goals include promoting the health, education and social and economic advancement of area Latinos.
Lower Columbia Hispanic Council provides IDAs to their clients only.
Clatsop
Tillamook
Business
Education
Jorge Gutierrez
503.325.4547
P.O. Box 1029
Astoria
OR
The Maps Community Foundation was created to support lifelong learning and economic development throughout our community. This gives our members and our employees the chance to pool individual contributions to make a difference in the lives of their neighbors. The Foundation builds community partnerships, works with local youth to provide guidance for the future, funds college scholarships, and engages in cooperative efforts that strengthen our community.
Benton
Clackamas
Linn
Marion
Multnomah
Polk
Washington
Yamhill
Education
Mitzi Smith
503-779-1823
P.O. Box 12398
Salem
OR
MicroEnterprise Resources, Initiatives & Training (MERIT) is a non-profit organization working to address the root causes of poverty by empowering economically, socially, and physically challenged individuals to increase self-sufficiency and build personal assets. MERIT targets people who would not normally access business support services. MERIT offers its services at a very low-cost to individuals who fall below 80% of HUD’s median family income level; consequently, most of our clients find our services to be very affordable. By creating their own jobs, our clients are empowered to increase income, build assets and move themselves out of poverty.
Marion
Polk
Yamhill
Business
Education
Adaptive Technology
Genevieve Sheridan
503.584.7314
626 High St. NE, Suite 202
Salem
OR
Metropolitan Family Service helps people move beyond the limitations of poverty, inequity and social isolation. MFS delivers proven programs to help people succeed at home, in school and in the community.  We are here to support parents and students.  We are here to help our older neighbors.  We are here to connect working families with vital resources. We are here to energize volunteers and inspire future generations.
Metropolitan Family Service provides IDAs to their clients only.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Education
Mark Oliver
503.232.0007 x104
1808 SE Belmont St
Portland
OR
Mid-Columbia Housing Authority provides safe, decent, affordable housing to low income families in Wasco, Sherman, and Hood River counties in Oregon. Through the VIDA program we are able to assist families reach their goal of first time homeownership, going back to school, or to start/expand a small business. 
Hood River
Sherman
Wasco
Business
Housing
Education
Karen Long
(541) 370-2821
500 NE 2nd St.
The Dalles
OR
The Northeast Oregon Economic Development District is dedicated to helping individuals, businesses and communities in Baker, Union and Wallowa Counties. We offer IDAs for small businesses. Our workshops, business classes, business plan review, and business loans can help you accomplish your goals. With more than twenty years experience, our knowledgeable staff is looking forward to connecting you with the resources you need. NEOEDD – Growing business and strengthening communities!
Baker
Union
Wallowa
Business
Education
Adaptive Technology
Lisa Dawson
Sara Miller
541-426-3598
101 NE First St., Suite 101
Enterprise
OR
Our mission supports individual success, family stability, and child well-being. With over 25 years of experience in social services, our competent staff and evidence-based programs and services include professional counseling, couple's classes, parenting, money management, job readiness and placement, youth programs, healthy relationship education, and more. 
Northwest Family Services is not currently accepting applications.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Education
Iliana Fontal
Ericka Casillas
503.546.6377
6200 SE King Road
Portland
OR
Northwest Housing Alternatives creates opportunity through housing.
Northwest Housing Alternatives provides IDAs only to their residents.
Clackamas
Harney
Lane
Marion
Multnomah
Polk
Umatilla
Housing
Education
Julia Doty
503-654-1007 ext 105
2316 SE Willard Street
Milwaukie
OR
Northwest Oregon Housing Authority (NOHA) has been providing Housing Choice Vouchers for low income families living in Clatsop, Columbia, and Tillamook Counties since 1976. Beginning in 2007, NOHA began offering IDAs to Section 8 rental assistance recipients in conjunction with their participation in the Family Self-Sufficiency and Section 8 Home Ownership Programs.
Clatsop
Columbia
Tillamook
Housing
Education
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Helen McClaine
503-994-5032
PO Box 1149
Warrenton
OR
Educate and assist under served households to obtain and retain affordable permanent housing; provide immediate basic human needs for community residents; promote client self determination to achieve a better quality of life.
Washington
Housing
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Elma Lopez
503.640.6689 x400
34420 SW Tualatin Valley Hwy
Hillsboro
OR
Since 1989, the mission of Polk Community Development Corporation has been to provide the low and moderate income residents of Polk County with opportunities for high-quality affordable housing supported by self-help programs that assist families and individuals in their efforts to achieve significant life goals.
Polk
Housing
Education
Kelli Burnham
(503) 831-3173
P.O. Box 33
Dallas
OR
PCRI seeks to preserve, expand and manage affordable housing in Portland and provide services and advocacy for our residents.
Portland Community Reinvestment Initiative provides IDAs to clients only.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Housing
Education
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Suzanne Veudry-Casaus
503-288-2923 x 122
6329 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Portland
OR
Proud Ground helps people buy their first home affordably. Proud Ground has worked since 1999 to give homeowners equity and stability, and our region homes that will remain affordable for generations to come.
Proud Ground only serves clients who have purchased Proud Ground homes.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Yesika Arevalo
503-493-0293 x10
5288 N Interstate Ave
Portland
OR
REACH is a private, nonprofit community development corporation with a mission to develop and maintain affordable housing, promote healthy neighborhoods, and provide opportunities for low-income people through partnerships and community involvement. REACH has developed or preserved 1,224 units of rental housing for low-income residents of Portland. Seventy-nine percent of the people we serve earn 30% or less of median income.
REACH provides IDAs to their residents only.
Multnomah
Washington
Business
Housing
Education
Adaptive Technology
Carrie Schmid
Angie Lancaster
503-501-5736
4150 SW Moody Ave.
Portland
OR
The Housing Authority of the City of Salem is Salem and Keizer's largest housing provider. Our mission is to assist low and moderate-income families in achieving self-sufficiency through stable housing, economic opportunity, community investment, and coordination with social service providers. 
Salem Housing Authority provides homeownership IDAs to everyone, while their Education, Assistive Technology, and Business IDAs are for their clients only.
Marion
Polk
Business
Housing
Education
Adaptive Technology
Sonya Ryland
(503) 588.6460
360 Church St SE
Salem
OR
Self Enhancement, Inc. (SEI) is a nonprofit organization supporting at-risk urban youth. In 31 years, SEI has grown from a 1-week summer basketball camp to a flourishing agency serving thousands of students each year in greater Portland, Oregon with plans to replicate across the country.  
Self Enhancement Inc. provides IDAs to their students only.
Clackamas
Multnomah
Washington
Education
Nicolette Hall
503-972-3685
3920 N Kerby Ave
Portland
OR
St. Vincent de Paul's mission is to assist the poor and those in need of consolation. Our Board of Directors, volunteers, and staff carry out this mission through three main areas: emergency services for homeless families and individuals, affordable housing, and jobs/training through recycling businesses. St. Vincent de Paul partners with other agencies in the county to offer IDAs for homeownership, post-secondary education, home repair and rehabilitation, workforce training, and need-based adaptive and specialized equipment.
Lane
Housing
Education
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Adaptive Technology
Nancy Glines
541-743-7142 x142
P.O. Box 24608
Eugene
OR
The Next Door opens doors to new possibilities by strengthening children and families and improving communities. We envision a supportive community where all children and families are safe, healthy, and valued.
Hood River
Wasco
Business
Gabriel Muro
541.436.0313
965 Tucker Rd
Hood River
OR
Tillamook County Women’s Resource Center's (TCWRC) mission is to end domestic and sexual violence in our community. TCWRC provides assistance to individuals who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking. We work to engage our community in ending violence by offering prevention, education, and outreach programs.  
Tillamook
Education
Adaptive Technology
Romy Carver
(503) 842-8294, ext. 212
1902 Second Street
Tillamook
OR
Umatilla Morrow Head Start (UMCHS) commits to ensuring that children and those who care for them are given all the tools they need to create healthy and happy futures for the next generation. The agency is founded on the principles that have made Head Start one of the earliest and most effective interventions for preparing our young children for brighter futures academically, socially and emotionally.
Gilliam
Grant
Morrow
Sherman
Umatilla
Wallowa
Wheeler
Business
Housing
Education
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Mary Lou Gutierrez
541-667-6172
110 NE 4th St.
Hermiston
OR
If IDAs are not provided in your county, please contact VIDA for more information. 
Coos
Curry
Douglas
Klamath
Lake
Business
Housing
Education
Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Adaptive Technology
IDA Team
503.687.3329
20508 SW Roy Rogers Rd Suite 155
Sherwood
OR
The Washington County Department of Housing Services offers rental assistance to low-income households through various federally funded programs, and also creates affordable housing opportunities in the community for low and moderate income households through a combination of creative financing and partnerships with public and private entities to encourage self-sufficiency, skill enhancement and independence. 
Washington County Department of Housing Services provides IDAs to their clients only.
Washington
Business
Housing
Education
Laura Araza
Cheryl Whited
503.846.4816
111 NE Lincoln, Suite 200-L, MS 63
Hillsboro
OR
West Valley Housing Authority has been serving the Polk County community providing safe affordable housing for those in need since its first property, Pioneer Village, was built for the elderly and disabled in West Salem in 1967 and 1968. The people who directly benefit from West Valley Housing Authority programs are a reflection of the residents of Polk County. They are elderly persons living on limited income; they are disabled individuals with special challenges; they are the working poor and the single parent; they are our neighbors and friends.
Polk
Housing
Education
Sheri Beenher
503.623.8387 x322
P.O. Box 467
Dallas
OR
Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services, a private nonprofit community development corporation, is committed to improving lives and strengthening neighborhoods through quality housing, homeownership, and economic opportunity and community partnerships. 
Benton
Lincoln
Linn
Housing
Education
Kym O'Hare
Rebecka Weinsteiger
541.752.7220 x305
541.752.7220 x312
257 SW Madison Avenue, Suite 113
Corvallis
OR

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Tel: 503-537-0319
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20508 SW Roy Rogers Rd. Suite 155 Sherwood, OR 97140