Housing Connect and Salt Lake City Housing Authority will begin accepting applications for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program on Thursday June 1st at 9am.
To connect people and communities to quality affordable housing opportunities while promoting self-sufficiency and neighborhood revitalization.
Housing Connect is looking for motivated individuals to join our team! We offer competitive pay rates, strong benefits, & a positive working environment.
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Our innovative properties are designed to connect residents to resources such as health care, schools, jobs, and transportation. Housing Connect also provides residents with support services to promote self-sufficiency and empowerment.
Columbus Community Center’s “Hub of Opportunity” is an innovative, transit-oriented, 200,000 square-foot commercial & residential development that will bring together a unique combination of community services, employment opportunities, and community living.Learn More
Bodhi is an apartment community located in the urban core of Salt Lake City. Just blocks from downtown and steps away from a TRAX light rail stop, Bodhi connects residents with the world around them. Income based rents, community spaces, and natural design make it easier to get in touch with your inner world, too.Learn More
Bud Bailey Apartment Community offers 136 units of permanent affordable housing for low-income households in Millcreek, Utah. Bud Bailey is a service enriched housing community offering the Sandra Seacrest Hatch Community Center as a central location offering onsite supportive services.Learn More
Kelly Benson Apartments offers 59 units of affordable housing to seniors age 55 and older with disabling conditions by providing housing, rental subsidies, and supportive services to ensure successful tenancy. It provides permanent supportive housing for seniors with disabling conditions, including those who have been homeless or chronically homeless.Learn More
Housing Connect’s properties are tailored to meet the specific needs of lower-income individuals—including seniors, recent immigrants, veterans, people with disabilities or chronic illnesses, and those who just need a chance to get back on their feet.
What really intrigued me was the idea of senior living — being around people my own age and connecting with them.