The AHTCC is not a direct provider of affordable housing. If you are in need of affordable housing, we suggest using these resources.
Where can I find affordable housing?
HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agencies
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) sponsors housing counseling agencies throughout the country that can provide advice on a variety of housing issues, including renting a home, buying a home, and credit issues. This above link allows you to select from a list of agencies in your state or territory.
HUD Affordable Housing Locator
The above HUD map shows affordable housing properties, including Housing Credit properties, which you can contact to inquire about vacancies and eligibility requirements. The map also provides location and contact information for Public Housing Authorities, which may be able to help you to understand your options for publicly assisted affordable housing in your area.
State Housing Finance Agencies
Each state has a Housing Finance Agency which works to meet its state’s affordable housing needs. Use the link above to access your state agency’s website, which will provide contact information and details about resources and assistance that the agency is able to provide.
Aunt Bertha Social Care Network
The Aunt Bertha social care network allows you to search for free or reduced cost services like housing, medical care, food, transportation, job training and more. Services can be shown on a map so that you can search for those nearby, and the website provides the information you need to reach out to service providers.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Housing Assistance
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides assistance for Veterans, service members, and their surviving spouses, including assistance for homeless Veterans, rental housing assistance, and home loans. Use the button above to access the VA website for resources and contact information.