SLIHC membership benefits
Contact SLIHCRevolving Loan Fund
The Consortium offers its members an $85,000 "Housing Opportunity (revolving loan) Fund" to purchase land and/or build the infrastructure for the development of affordable housing. To date, the fund has been used to help support the development of 12 Habitat for Humanity homes, 33 low-rent apartments in the Hillyard neighborhood, the rehab and construction of 185 senior rentals on Spokane's south hill, and the construction of 50 rentals for people experiencing chronic homelessness.
Spokane Developer Trainings
To assist its members in developing low-income housing, SLIHC has partnered with the City of Spokane to offer trainings. Developers learn ways to find potential locations, possible funding sources, and incentives offered by the City.
Semi-Annual Rental Survey
The Consortium conducts a semi-annual rental survey of low income rental housing to provide an update of the number of affordable rental units, unit types and unit vacancies in Spokane County. The collected information helps our community make informed decisions about affordable housing development.
Annual Fair Housing Conference
SLIHC partners with area organizations and local governments to provide training related to affordable and fair housing issues, including an annual Fair Housing Conference. For information on Fair Housing trainings, contact the Northwest Fair Housing Alliance.
Join SLIHC's Membership Committee to promote the participation of members in SLIHC's programs and events. Contact SLIHC at 509-325-3235.
Everyone should have the opportunity to live in a safe, affordable home. SLIHC provides a collective voice for the long-term availability of affordable housing for our Spokane community residents of low income. As a member, you can join SLIHC's Advocacy Committee to advocate for policies that expand affordable housing opportunities. Contact SLIHC at 509-325-3235.
"We are all stronger and more effective when we work together. That's why Community Frameworks is a member and enthusiastic supporter of SLIHC."