For 25 years, Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives, Inc. (PCRI) has reinvested in Portland’s neighborhoods, preserved their diversity and provided tools to help low-income Portland families achieve stability and self-sufficiency.

From our original task of helping people who were unknowingly swindled out of their homes, PCRI has come a long way.  Still the challenges are constant–as is our presence as an anchor of stable, diverse and livable Portland neighborhoods.

Read more about PCRI’s beginnings by following the PCRI History link or read  more about the historic M. G. Nease House, where PCRI’s main office is located.

Our Homes

With over 700 units of affordable housing, PCRI’s unique mix of single-family homes, small multi-plexes and community apartments represents one of the last stable opportunities for low-income households to remain in their vibrant Portland neighborhoods.  These homes and apartments are woven into the fabric of their neighborhoods and are a model for eliminating concentrations of poverty.

View PCRI’s available rentals, download an application or learn about our criteria for residency by following the Rent a Home link.  Learn more about the new projects we’ve developed and the properties we have rehabilitated by following the Projects link.

Our Services

At the most basic level, PCRI’s affordable rentals help residents achieve family stability.  Building on this stability, PCRI’s award-winning resident services give families culturally-specific skills and support necessary to achieve self-sufficiency, begin the process of wealth creation and, in many cases, become–and remain–successful homeowners.

Learn about our homeownership preparation and preservation programs, financial literacy education, and more by following the link to our Programs.