Find 16443 housing authorities, departments, and HUD. Housing authorities provide information on section 8 public housing, rentals, applications, eligibility, affordable, low income, subsidized fair housing, hud homes, housing projects, and section 42 tax credits.
Ashtabula Housing Authority 3526 Lake Avenue Ashtabula OH 44004 16.3 miles from 16443 440-992-3156
Erie County Housing Authority 4004 Pacific Ave Erie PA 16506 21.1 miles from 16443 814-838-4049
Erie Housing Authority 153 East 6th Street Erie PA 16501 24.5 miles from 16443 814-455-7508
Meadville Housing Authority 1120 Market Street Meadville PA 16335 27.1 miles from 16443 814-336-3177
Painesville Housing Authority 189 1st Street Painesville OH 44077 42.3 miles from 16443 440-354-3347
Corry Housing Authority 251 West Pleasant Street Corry PA 16407 43.2 miles from 16443 814-665-5221
Chardon Housing Authority 385 Center Street Chardon OH 44024 45.2 miles from 16443 440-286-7413
Mercer County Housing Authority 1700 Village Path Hermitage PA 16148 47.2 miles from 16443 724-962-0953
Mercer County Housing Authority 335 Quimby Street Sharon PA 16146 49.6 miles from 16443 724-342-4036
Mercer County Housing Authority 33 Cathedral Drive Farrell PA 16121 50.0 miles from 16443 724-347-7176
Franklin Housing Authority 1212 Chestnut Street Franklin PA 16323 50.5 miles from 16443 814-432-3416
Mercer County Housing Authority 346 West Butler Street Mercer PA 16137 50.9 miles from 16443 724-662-1058
Warren Housing Authority 427 Arnold Drive Southwest Warren OH 44483 52.6 miles from 16443 330-392-4435
Oil City Housing Authority 110 Moran St Oil PA 16301 53.1 miles from 16443 814-676-5764
Venango County Housing Authority 19 Rockwood Avenue Oil PA 16301 53.8 miles from 16443 814-677-5926
Hubbard Housing Authority 601 West Park Avenue Hubbard OH 44425 54.0 miles from 16443 330-372-4944
Public housing is limited to low-income families and individuals. Housing Authorities determine eligibility primarily based on income, but they also take prior rental history into consideration. The income requirements are less restrictive for the elderly and disabled.
The Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) program is a voluntary agreement between public housing residents and their housing authority. The agreement provides supportive services to the resident, such as transportation and childcare, while the resident undertakes education and training to improve their employment options. Any increase in rent that results from the resident's improved employment situation is deposited in an escrow account for the family's use at the end of the agreement.
No. Housing Authorities are providers of affordable housing and do not get involved in private housing disputes. Most counties and local governments have a Fair Housing Commission or similar agency dedicated to addressing unfair rental practices and discrimination.