About HALC

HALC provides affordable housing options in Lincoln County
Housing Authority of Lincoln County The Housing Authority of Lincoln County (HALC) is a public, not-for-profit community organization founded in 1944 providing housing assistance and classroom training to low income persons.

The operations of HALC are overseen by a Board of Commissioners who is appointed by the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners. The day-to-day operations of the Housing Authority of Lincoln County (HALC) are overseen by the HALC staff.

Affordable Housing Options

HALC provides a variety of affordable housing options in Lincoln County.

We believe that affordable housing is fundamental to the success of individuals and families in becoming self-sufficient.

The Housing Authority has a significant positive impact on the local economy and on the hundreds of participants receiving housing rental assistance through our:

HALC owns and manages several affordable housing developments in Lincoln County that serve low-income persons with affordable housing. Our housing inventory has eleven barrier-free accessible units, including two for the visually impaired. HALC-owned Avery House, a five-bedroom house, is leased to a service provider who operates the house for severely physically challenged individuals.

Emergency housing assistance is not available through HALC.

HALC's Funding

Funding for HALC's programs and operations is obtained from a variety of resources such as HUD, private investors and foundations, the State of Oregon and from rental fees.

The Housing Authority of Lincoln County does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation or gender identity, color, familial status, disability, marital status, or source of income.