Affordable Housing Brochure

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Local Housing Commissions
Housing
Commission
Address
Phone Number
Public
Housing?
Vouchers?
Allen Park
48101
Ecorse
48229
Dearborn
48126
Detroit
48207
Hamtramck
48212
Highland Park
48203
Inkster
48141
Lincoln Park
48146
Livonia
48152
Melvindale
48122
Northville
48167
Plymouth
48170
River Rouge
48218
Rockwood
48173
Romulus
48174
Taylor
48180
Wayne
48184
Westland
48186
MSHDA
17000 Champaign
(313) 928-5970
266 Hyacinth
(313) 381-9393
13615 Michigan Ave.
(313) 943-2390
1301 E. Jefferson
(313) 877-8670
12025 Dequindre
(313) 868-7445
13275 John R
(313) 868 -4500
4500 S. Inkster
(313) 561-2600
1356 Electric
(313) 388-4660
19300 Purlingbrook
(248) 477-7086
3501 Oakwood Blvd.
(313) 429-1095
401 – A High Street
(248) 349-8030
1160 Sheridan
(734) 455-3670
180 Visger
(313) 382-1414
32409 Fort St.
(734) 379-9700
34200 Beverly
(734) 729-5389
15270 Plaza Dr. South
(734) 287-9460
4001 S. Wayne Rd.
(734) 721-8602
32150 Dorsey Rd.
(734) 595-0288
Cadillac Place 4-600
3028 W. Grand Blvd.
PO Box 02990
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 456-3540
Elderly
No
Families
No
Elderly
Yes
Families
Yes
Families
No
Families
No
Families
Yes
Families
Yes
Elderly
Yes
Elderly
Yes
Elderly
No
Elderly
Yes
Families
Yes
Families
No
Families
No
Elderly
Yes
Families
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Guide
to
Affordable Housing
www.waynemetro.org
Housing Choice Voucher Program
Frequently Asked Questions
The Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV - formerly known as
Section 8) is administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD). The program subsidizes rent for program
participants (tenants). Eligibility for the program may include but is
not limited to the applicant’s income and criminal history.
Q: How do I apply for a Housing Choice Voucher (HCV –
formerly known as Section 8)?
A: You can only apply to a housing authority’s/commission’s waiting
list when they advertise that they are taking applications for the
waiting list.
Some local housing authorities/commissions administer the housing
voucher program. When a housing authority or commission opens
their waiting list for new applications, the opening will be announced
in a local newspaper and instructions for application to the waiting list
must be carefully followed.
Q. How can I find affordable housing?
A: You will get the best information by visiting:
http://www.hud.gov/apps/section8/
There are two types of voucher programs:
Portable Voucher
A voucher that a tenant can take with them when they move.
Tenants can use the voucher on housing of their choice provided the
housing is approved by the voucher administrator (housing authority).
Project-Based Voucher
Voucher assistance (subsidy) that stays with the building. The tenant
does not take the voucher assistance with them if they move.
Affordable Housing
Subsidized/Affordable Housing
Housing that may or may not have a voucher attached but is able to
charge low rents because of how the building was purchased. Many
subsidized/affordable housing developments restrict who is eligible to
live there (ex. Seniors, disabled, families, homeless, low-income).
Public Housing
Subsidized housing owned and operated by a housing commission.
Public housing developments often restrict who is eligible to live there
(e.g. seniors, disabled, families, low-income). A list of housing
commissions is included in this brochure.
Affordable housing developments open and close too often for a
printed list to be helpful.
Q. How can I find rental housing in my area online?
A. Visit www.michiganhousinglocator.com
Q. The Housing Commission chart (included in this brochure)
shows who has public housing and vouchers. Does that
mean that there are public housing units and vouchers
available?
A. No. You must call the housing commission and ask if public
housing and/or the voucher waiting lists are open.
Q. Wayne Metro’s website says you have affordable housing.
Can I apply for a unit?
A. Wayne Metro does have affordable housing for specific
populations. In order to be considered for a unit, you must be
homeless and working with a case manager from the homeless
department (Wayne Homeless Network Project).
Wayne Metro Call Center:
Detroit: (313) 388-9799
Out-Wayne (excluding Detroit): (734) 284-6999

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