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.
Little Rock, Arkansas
Los Angeles, California
Des Moines, Iowa
New Orleans, Louisiana
Las Vegas, Nevada
St. Louis, Missouri
Manchester, New Hampshire
Jersey City, New Jersey
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Raleigh, North Carolina
Sioux's, North Dakota
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Columbia, South Carolina
Salt Lake City, Utah
Charleston, West Virginia
What is Public housing?
Public housing was established to provide decent and safe rental
housing for eligible low income individuals, families, the elderly, and persons
Public housing is not Section 8 and does not
require a Section 8 voucher. Public housing is however a government subsidized rental assistance program.
Public housing may come in the form of a single family house or a high rise apartment complex.
To learn more about public housing or low income housing and other government subsidized rental assistance programs and how to apply, order the Section 8 and Subsidized Housing Online Packet.
With your Online Packet, you will also be able to apply for the privately owned and operated
Section 8 Consolidation Program. This program has no government affiliation, but does award grants intended for a low income family or individual. Currently there is no waiting list.
Section 8 housing voucher holders can user their Online Packet to retrieve listings of available Section 8 housing in their area, and apply for the Section 8 Consolidation program online.
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