A family of four that makes up to $65,700 can still qualify for public housing and a family of four that makes up to $41,050 can still qualify in Section 8?

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The City Of Marion Housing Authority

The City of Marion Housing Authority was formed in January of 1978. It began with a small Section 8 Existing Certificate Program.
In 1981 the first development, the Homer Butler High-Rise, was built.  Today, the Housing Authority manages 328 public housing units,  a Housing Choice Voucher Program issuing 124 vouchers and a VASH program issuing 32 vouchers for homeless veterans.

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Public Housing Units
Housing Choice Vouchers
VASH Vouchers

To apply for HUD-VASH, please contact your local VA Homeless Program. Veterans can contact the HUD-VASH program directly, or obtain a referral from a case manager in another VA program, from a community program, or other referral sources.

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Public housing is limited to low-income families and individuals. If you are interested in public housing within the City of Marion, you should apply at our office. You will be given a pre-application. When you have completed your pre-application, bring it to our office on either a Wednesday or Friday, along with the following information:

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How To Apply

Public Housing is limited to low-income families and individuals; the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program is limited to very low income families and individuals. Click the link under Housing for a pre-application and under Section 8, the application link will be activated when applications are open. Housing applications are also available 24/7 at the front door of our main office

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Section 8

The Housing Choice Voucher Program is the federal government’s major program for assisting very low-income families, including the elderly and the disabled, to afford decent, safe and sanitary housing in the private market.

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