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Project-Based Vouchers

Housing Connect’s Project-Based Vouchers offer rental assistance for qualifying individuals/families dedicated for use at specific properties.

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About the Project-Based Voucher (PBV) Program

The project-based voucher (PBV) program is one part of the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program. It helps pay for rent in privately-owned rental housing, but in only specific privately-owned buildings or units. If you receive a project-based voucher, you don’t get to choose the unit in which you live.

Bud Bailey Apartments

The project-based voucher program is for people with low-income who are willing to live in specific housing units that are offered to them. This is different from the tenant-based program, in that if you accept PBV assistance, you do not get to choose the unit in which you live, nor do you get to keep your PBV benefit if you move.

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Housing Connect has the following waiting lists for PBV (requirements as detailed below):

Bud Bailey Apartments
45 units, 1-4 bedrooms
Must be referred by resettlement agency.

Family Support Center
9 units, 2-3 bedrooms
Chronically homeless and disabling condition

Grace Mary Manor
47 studio units
Chronically homeless and disabling condition

Palmer Court
56 units, studio, 1 & 2 bedrooms
Chronically homeless and disabling condition

The Road Home
5 units, 2-3 bedrooms
Chronically homeless and disabling condition

Kelly Benson Apartments
33 units, 1 bedroom
Age 55+, Chronically homeless and disabling condition

Westlake (RAD-PBV)
10 units, 2-3 bedrooms
No special requirements

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