Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH) creates and maintains safe, healthy, and sustainable housing with services for diverse residents including families, seniors, and people with disabilities in Washington County and SW Portland.
We organize services to ensure housing success and opportunity and link with community partners so that our work is sustainable and residents are surrounded with support. Building Housing; Building Lives!
|Judy Werner, President
||Jessica Cousineau, Vice President
|Doug Plambeck, Treasurer
||Marianne Potts, Secretary
|Dan Edwards, Board Member
||Larry Hauth, Board Member
|Brook Klein, Board Member
||Hannah Holloway, Board Member
|Jose L. Agraz, PhD, Board Member
||Gloria Pinzon Marin, Board Member
CPAH values Equity and Inclusion
CPAH wants to be part of a world where all can participate and reach their full potential. We believe that race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion or any other characteristic of this nature should not be something that can predict success or failure. We work to be part of the solution so that our community is known for its ability to address equity and inclusion.
Job openings: None currently.
CPAH volunteer opportunities include: Working with kids in our After School and Summer Youth programs, or with senior citizens in our apartment communities; Yoga instructor at CPAH properties; helping with CPAH’s Annual Backpacks giveaway; serving on the CPAH Board, or serving on a CPAH committee (such as Resident Services, Housing, Finance, and HomeWord Bound, CPAH’s annual fundraising gala). Click here for volunteer info, or e-mail Liz Hearn.