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Monday, August 29, 2016

Windsor Locks section 8- In Person Sept 1st


The Windsor Locks Housing Authority will be opening the waiting list for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program. Applications will be available on 9/1/2016.
The First Fifty (50) Approved Applicants will be placed on the waiting list. After the maximum (50) amount of applications are approved, the waiting list will close until further notice. Applicants must apply in person at the Windsor Locks Housing Authority Office located at: 120 Southwest Ave. Windsor Locks, CT, 06096. Phone (860)627-1455

Applicants must meet yearly income guidelines:

1 Person $18,400.00
2 Person $23,650.00
3 Person $21,000.00
4 Person $26,250.00
5 Person $28,410.00
6 Person $32,570.00
7 Person $36,730.00
8 Person $40,890.00

1 Person $30,650.00
2 Person $35,000.00
3 Person $39,400.00
4 Person $43,750.00
5 Person $47,250.00
6 Person $50,750.00
7 Person $54,250.00
8 Person $57,750.00

Items to bring when applying:
•Driver License/State ID/Passport for all family members.
•Social Security Cards & Birth Certificates for all family members.
•Current Lease for rented apartments.
•Current Utility Bills (Electricity or Gas) for months June-August 2016.
•Proof of Current Job Income (consecutive paystubs) for months June –August 2016 for all family members.
•Proof of Current Income from Social Security, SSI, Veterans Disability, State Cash Assistance & Food Stamps.
•Proof of Current Annuities, 401K, Pensions & Death Benefits.
•Proof of Child Support (Court Award Letter/Proof of Deposits into bank account) for months July 2015 - August 2016.
•2015 Income Taxes for all family members.
•Last six (6) months of Bank Account Statements for Checking/Savings for months March 2016– August 2016.
•Proof of Current Assets (Stocks, Bonds, CDs IRA’s, Vehicles & Property) for months August 2015 – August 2016.

Disabled Applicants needing a Reasonable Accommodation to complete Applications may contact the WLHA Office.

La Autoridad de Vivienda de la Cuidad de Windsor Locks, abrirá la lista de espera del Programa de Vivienda de la Sección 8. Las aplicaciones estarán disponibles el 1 de septiembre de 2016.
Las primeras cincuenta(50) aplicaciones aprobadas serán puestas en la lista de espera. Después que el máximo de 50 aplicaciones sea aprobado, la lista de espera será cerrada hasta Nuevo aviso. Los solicitantes tienen que aplicar en persona, en la Oficina de Autoridad de Vivienda de Windsor Locks localizada en: 120 Southwest Ave. Windsor Locks, CT 06096. Teléfono # (860)627-1455 El solicitante tiene que cumplir con el ingreso anual según las normas:

1 Persona $18,400.00
2 Personas $21,000.00
3 Personas $23,650.00
4 Personas $26,250.00
5 Personas $28,410.00
6 Personas $32,570.00
7 Personas $36,730.00
8 Personas $40,890.00

1 Persona $30,650.00
2 Personas $35,000.00
3 Personas $39,400.00
4 Personas $43,750.00
5 Personas $47,250.00
6 Personas $50,750.00
7 Personas $54,250.00
8 Personas $57,750.00

Documentos a traer cuando aplique:
Licencia de Conducir/Identificación delEstado/Pasaporte detodos los miembros de la familia.
Tarjeta de Seguro Social y Certificado de Nacimiento de  todos los miembros de la familia.
Actual contrato de apartamento arrendado.
Actuales facturas de servicios públicos (Electricidad y Gas) para los meses de junio a Agosto 2016.
Prueba de ingreso de empleo actual (talonarios consecutivos) para los meses de junio a agosto 2016 de todos los miembros de la familia.
Prueba de ingreso actual de Seguro Social, Ingresos por Incapacidad de Seguro Social (SSI), Ingreso de Veterano por Incapacidad, Asistencia de efectivo del Estado y Cupones de alimentos.
Prueba actual de anualidades , 401K, pensión, beneficio por seguro de muerte.
Prueba de Manutenció de Menores (carta de la corte/Prueba de depósitos en la cuenta de banco) para los meses de Julio a Agosto 2016.
Impuestos del año 2015 de todos los miembros de la familia .
Estado de cuenta de ahorro y chequera de los últimos seis (6) meses de marzo a agosto 2016.

Prueba de Bienes Actual es (Bolsa de Valores, Bonos, CDs IRA’s, Vehículo de Motor, Propiedad) para los meses de Agosto 2015 a agusto 2016.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Meriden Section 8 wait list: Aug 15-26, 2016

Notice of Open Waiting List
Section 8 Project Based Housing Voucher
For Chamberlain Heights and 24 Colony Street Apartments

Project Based Voucher Program is a rental assistance for eligible families who live in specific housing developments or units.

The Housing Authority of the City of Meriden will be opening the Project Based Voucher wait list From Monday August 15th, 2016 at 9:00am until Friday, August 26th, 2016 at 5:00pm.

Pre-applications must be submitted ONLY online at or via the link provided at and

Only one application per person will be accepted. Internet access is required to complete the pre-application. If you need internet access, this will be available at our local agencies and our offices.

Families needing a reasonable accommodation to complete the pre-application must be requested in writing to our office.

No mailed, faxed, dropped off, or incomplete applications will be accepted. All applications received are entered into a lottery selection process and 1,000 applicants are randomly selected for placement on the waiting list. Only those randomly selected will be notified of placement on the waiting list.

All and any income-eligible households may submit a pre-application. Accecptance and/or assistance are based on income verification and eligibility requirements. Maximum income levels,  based on family size are to follow:

1-  $30,650
2-  $35,000
3-  $39,400
4-  $43,750
5-  $47,250
6-  $50,750
7-  $54,250

There is no fee for this application
Equal Opportunity Housing.

Monday, August 1, 2016

Waterbury HCV waitlist; Aug 15-17

Waterbury Housing Authority
The Housing Authority of the City of Waterbury (WHA) will be accepting Preliminary
Applications for the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program (formerly known as the
Section 8 Program). The HCV Program is a federally -funded program which subsidizes
decent, safe, and sanitary housing for low income persons. Applicants must meet all
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development income and eligibility guidelines.
Interested applicants must apply online:

between August 15, 2016 at 8:30 a.m. and August 17, 2016 at 4:30 p.m.
Only one pre-application per family will be accepted; duplicate pre-applications will be disqualified.
This pre-application is accessible through any computer, tablet or smart phone. If you require a reasonable accommodation, please call 203-596-2640 x116, Monday–Friday from 9:00 am–4:00 pm.
The Waterbury Housing Authority will have a computer available on Tuesday, August 16th, 2016-Wednesday August 17th, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. as a reasonable accommodation at 2 Lakewood Road, Waterbury, CT.

After successfully completing the pre-application, you may print the confirmation.
The Waterbury Housing Authority will use a Random-Draw Lottery System to determine the order of each pre-application on the waiting list, and a maximum of 2,000 pre-applications. Those chosen in the lottery will be notified by mail no later than September 30, 2016. All disqualified and remaining applications not selected will be discarded with no further notice. Therefore, if you do not receive a letter by September 30, 2016, your pre-application was not drawn.

The Waterbury Housing Authority does not discriminate in admission or access to federally
assisted housing programs. Any eligible individual with handicap will be served. Those who
have visual or hearing impairments will be provided with the necessary information to understand and participate in the program. Efforts will be coordinated to comply with the nondiscrimination requirements of Section 504. This is an equal opportunity housing program.

1 Person  $29,800
2 Persons $34,050
3 Persons $38,300
4 Persons $42,550
5 Persons $46,000
6 Persons $49,400
7 Persons $52,800

8 Persons $56,200

Section 8 Made simple

We are happy to announce the release of a timely and important resource for housing and homeless service providers:

This is a brand new update of TAC's popular Section 8 Made Simple guidebook - with updated tips and information to navigate the Housing Choice Voucher program and a new look, too! Like the original, the new Section 8 Made Simple explains how to use fair housing law and federal guidance to make the HCV program accessible to people with disabilities, and adds a new focus on helping those who are experiencing chronic homelessness.
  • Step-by-step guidance on finding and securing housing through the HCV program
  • Quick tips, definitions, and "Good to Know" highlights
  • Helpful suggestions for building partnerships and expanding outreach
Explore Section 8 Made Simple - Special Edition, download all or part of the guidebook for free, and spread the word!

This Special Edition of Section 8 Made Simple is possible thanks to the continued generous support of the Melville Charitable Trust.