Through the Collaborative Housing program, the Housing Authority subsidizes affordable housing that is owned by non-profit agencies that provide supportive services to residents. The subsidies come through what are called Project-Based Vouchers.
Project-based Vouchers are long-term funding commitments that stay with the housing units and, unlike tenant-based Vouchers, do not transfer if a tenant leaves. However, once the tenant has completed at least one year of successful tenancy, he or she will be eligible for a mover tenant-based Voucher as soon as one is available.
The Housing Authority annually invests about $2.5 Million to subsidize operating costs of the Collaborative Housing properties. This program has fostered the development and maintenance of 475 supportive housing units in our community
Most of these properties have specific eligibility criteria and serve special-needs populations. If you meet the criteria and would benefit from these services, you may be eligible for the project’s waiting list. The waiting lists are managed by the Housing Authority or through the Coordinated Entry system as noted below.
Collaborative Housing Properties
|Name:||Waiting List Status:|
|Evergreen Vista I||Waiting list closed|
|Evergreen Vista II||Waiting list closed|
|Drexel House||Coordinated Entry|
|Drexel House II for Veterans||Coordinated Entry|
|Quixote Village||Coordinated Entry|
|Billy Frank Jr. Place||Coordinated Entry|
|Homes First||Waiting List Closed|
|Krislen Apartments||Waiting List Closed|
|Fleetwood Apartments||Coordinated Entry|
|Pear Street Apartments||Coordinated Entry|
|Pear Blossom Place||Coordinated Entry|
(see note below)
|Waiting List Closed|
Note: The Martin Terrace apartments have a subsidy separate from the Housing Choice Voucher program. Residency at this property does not put a tenant in line for a voucher. While living at this property, the tenant’s rent will be subsidized.