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Parma Public Housing Agency Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8)
|The Section 8 (Housing Choice Voucher) rental assistance program is one of the federal government’s major programs for helping low income families obtain decent, safe, and sanitary housing. In the Section 8 program, PPHA provides families with financial assistance so that the family can afford to rent a unit owned by a private landlord.
PPHA Housing Choice Voucher Program currently funds 742 families.
Our goal is to expand housing opportunities for Section 8 families in then areas that have not traditionally participated in the Housing Choice Voucher program. This goal includes improving rental assistance in other quality, well-maintained residential and multi-unit neighborhoods.
Housing Choice Voucher Waiting List
Attention: The Waiting List Is Currently Closed. Please check back periodically for any updates.
Note: The Agency does not foresee the waiting list re-opening until 2019.
Housing Choice Voucher Program applications are taken only periodically. Public service announcements and newspaper notices alert prospective participants when applications will be accepted.
How Families Are Selected To Participate
The following requirements must be met by families before they are enrolled in the Housing Choice Voucher program:
- Qualify as a family under the PHA Guidelines;
- The Head of Household or spouse is at least 18 years of age or emancipated minor under state law;
- Gross Family Income must not exceed the income limits set by HUD;
- A citizen of the United States of America or a non-citizen that has eligible immigration status;
- All family members must be clear of any history of criminal activity involving drug or alcohol abuse or crimes of physical violence to persons or property.
PPHA ARRA Public Hearing Notice
HCV Administrative Plan
Directions to PPHA
Local Social Service Organizations
Affordable Housing Website
U.S. Census Bureau
Cuyahoga County Services