HAMPTON REDEVELOPMENT & HOUSING AUTHORITY MAINSTREAM NED VOUCHER ALLOCATION
Hampton Redevelopment & Housing Authority (HRHA) was awarded NED vouchers for non-elderly persons or families with disabilities who previously experienced homelessness and who are currently a client in a Permanent Supportive Housing or Rapid Rehousing project.
The target population age range is 18-61.
HRHA was awarded 50 initial vouchers for the NED allocation.
The Hampton Redevelopment & Housing Authority (HRHA) is pleased to announce the opening of a Mainstream Non-Elderly, Disabled waiting list in HAMPTON, VA.
To be eligible, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Non-Elderly Person or Family, with Disabilities (18-61 years old)
Participant in Permanent Supportive Housing program or Rapid Rehousing program
If you do not fit the above criteria, you are not eligible to apply. Participation is based on income and eligibility.
The waiting list will be opened on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
How to Apply:
Email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Name, Address, Current Phone Number, Date of Birth
Which specific PHS or RR program you are associated with
Case Worker’s name and phone number
Please make sure your contact information is current.
Once the email is received, we will verify that you are eligible per the requirements above. If you qualify, you will be contacted to complete the full application.
NOTE – ANY EMAILS RECEIVED BEFORE OR AFTER THE DATE AND TIME LISTED ABOVE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Requests for persons with disabilities or persons needing assistance can be made by calling 757-727-6337 or emailing email@example.com during the time period the waiting list is open. HRHA will verify the limitations imposed by the disability.
HRHA does not discriminate against faith-based organizations nor any person or entity on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, age, familial status, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other protected classification under federal or state law include the Virginia Fair Housing Law, Va. Code § 36-96.1, et seq. (Effective July 1, 2020).