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Housing: Rent Assistance
HUD: Rental Assistance provides information on federal programs, including subsidized housing, public housing, and the Housing Choice Voucher program, that are available to assist low-income tenants afford safe, decent housing. Contact your local Public Housing Agency to learn more.
Finance Corporation offers financial assistance to families and individuals in need of housing. They offer rental assistance for homes and apartments, home-buying programs and grants and several other special assistance programs. For more information, call (850) 488-4197.
Idaho Housing and Finance
Association (IHFA) administers federal rental assistance programs that help people with disabilities obtain decent, affordable rental housing. Their website offers information on the Section 8 Voucher program as well as public and subsidized housing. Their site also offers a directory of assisted housing (affordable and subsidized rentals), transitional housing and emergency shelter. For more information, call (208) 331-4882.
of Housing and Community Development offers a Rental Allowance Program. The Rental Allowance Program (RAP) provides monthly rent assistance for low-income families who are homeless or have an emergency housing need. The monthly payments are fixed amounts, depending upon the size of the family and the location of the rental unit. Payments can be received for up to 12 months, and may be extended under special circumstances. For more information, call (800) 756-0119 or e-mail email@example.com.
Community Services Agency and Development Corporation, serving Northern Nevada, offers an emergency Rental Assistance program. As funding permits, CSA offers one-time assistance to help people who are in danger of eviction. This is sometimes available as a no-interest loan. For more information call (775) 786-6023.
Neighborhood House Inc., serving individuals and families residing in Southwest Portland, offers a temporary rent assistance program to assist families pay rent to prevent homelessness. Low income families with children or disabilities are given priority. For more information, call (503) 246-1663, ext. 103.
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