The Section 8 Consolidation Program is a privately funded grant program
for low income families or individuals.
The Section 8 Consolidation Program is not affiliated with HUD or your
local Housing Authority.
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The Section 8 Consolidation Program has combined low income housing opportunities and the allocation of low income grants to eligible applicants. The low income grants issued are intended to be used for household needs by a family or an individual, such as groceries or childcare. The Section 8 Consolidation Program is funded by a private entity and is not affiliated with any government agency. This program provides equal opportunity to all applicants to receive low income assistance and housing opportunities.
The housing opportunities are provided to all applicants in the form of listings in an online packet. Every applicant will have indefinite access to their packet for the purpose of learning about government programs they may also apply for. The Online Packet does not expire and one never pays for it again. Rental listings for every U.S. state are also included.
The Online Packet has information to educate landlords about various government housing programs and how to become involved in them.
Applications for the Section 8 Consolidation Program and information about how to apply for other programs, such as the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program can be found by clicking below.
Complete the Section 8 Consolidation Program application online at any time. Our grant periods open and close daily.
Applicants can vote for other applicants in the final phase of the application process called the Guestbook. This provides a public record for applicants to see who is being declined and approved for these grants. The Guestbook also allows applicants to converse with each other. Although applicants with a valid application and numerous votes are well poised to receive a grant, it is the sole discretion of Section8programs.com as to who is actually granted.
Grants will usually be awarded to the applicant with the most votes for that particular day. The applicant with the most votes must also have an application that is consistent with the information they have posted in the Guestbook.
If the applicant with the most votes has submitted an application deemed to be false, the applicant with the second most votes will receive the grant and so on.
Results will be posted every Monday in the Guestbook
If declined, wait at least 30 days to reapply.
If granted, wait about four business days for your check to be mailed to you.
How do I check my application status?
Check the Guestbook 7 days after you have made your post and voted.
The Guestbook is used to keep a public record of who has been granted.
What is a grant?
A grant is a sum of money that you do not have to pay back.
Is this for a voucher?
No. The Section 8 Consolidation Program only awards cash grants to people in need, not rental assistance vouchers. That Program is called the Section 8
Housing Choice Voucher Program and is administered only by housing
authorities which are in no way affiliated with Section8programs.com.