What Are Some Services Provided by the California Housing Authority?


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Services provided by a housing authority in California vary depending on the location of the resident seeking services. However, typical public housing services include public housing, Section 8 and senior living communities for low-income residents.

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The Los Angeles County Housing Authority provides public housing, Section 8 and supportive housing for veterans. As of December 2015, there is a waiting list for Section 8 and Public Housing in Los Angeles County, though residents in need are encouraged to fill out an application. The Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing Program was founded in 2009 to assist homeless veterans and their families.

The Housing Authority of the County of Riverside aids in the development, rehabilitation and financing of affordable housing programs. There are 20,000 families on the waiting list for Riverside County's Housing Choice Voucher Program, and 30,000 families on the waiting list for the county's Affordable Public Housing Program. The County of Riverside Housing Authority has a ranking system for those on the waiting list to assist those applicants who are the most needy.

The Public Housing Authority Directors Association gives a list of all Public Housing Authorities in the United States with links to their websites, organized by state. Those in California include the Oakland Housing Authority, the Oakland Housing Commission, and the Housing Authority of the County of Santa Clara.

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