SECTION 8 HOUSING PROGRAM THE SECTION 8 WAITING LIST IS CLOSED AT THIS TIME.

Violence Against Women Act HUD Form 5380 - Self Certification Form

CHANGE OF INFORMATION FORM

REQUEST TO RESCHEDULE BRIEFING FORM

The Section 8 Program was enacted as part of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, which recodified the U.S. Housing Act of 1937, to provide improved living conditions and affordable rents to low-income persons. The rental assistance for this program is "tenant-based", meaning assistance follows the program participant. Participants of this program locate housing of their choice in the private market and may retain the rental assistance if they move to another location. Participants of this program pay rent based on their income. The ACHA pays the difference between the rent the landlord is requesting and the participant's share of the rent by issuing a Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) directly to the landlord. The ACHA receives federal funding to cover the HAPs to the landlords. The ACHA has been allocated two hundred sixty-four (264) Section 8 Vouchers by HUD. Fifteen (15) vouchers are reserved specifically to keep families together through the Family Unification Program. The ACHA also administers the Family Self-Sufficiency, Homeownership, and Family Unification Programs in conjunction with the Section 8 Voucher (S8V) Program.

Applicants must meet certain ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS for admission into the Section 8 HCV Program:

All applicants are processed and placed on a waiting list according to date and time of application and preference eligibility.

The ACHA does not have any emergency housing programs.

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Main Phone Number: 412.355.8940
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