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HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER PROGRAM ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR WAITING LIST
 

 

Effective March 4, 2024, SIEOC on behalf of the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will open the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Waiting List for Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley, Switzerland, and Union counties. The Section 8 HCV program is available to income eligible individuals and families and exists to assist with rent payments to provide decent, affordable, sanitary, and safe housing for persons with low incomes. The Section 8 HCV program is not emergency housing assistance and your waiting time for assistance may exceed 24 months.

SIEOC will accept applications online only at the following website:
Dearborn County https://www.waitlistcheck.com/IN1806-2463
Franklin County https://www.waitlistcheck.com/IN1806-2472
Ohio County https://www.waitlistcheck.com/IN1806-2506
Ripley County https://www.waitlistcheck.com/IN1806-2517
Switzerland County https://www.waitlistcheck.com/IN1806-2526
Union County https://www.waitlistcheck.com/IN1806-2529

The application portal will be available on March 4, 2024, at 8:00 AM and will remain open until further notice. Please note that you will be required to create a Waitlist Check account and have a valid e-mail address to apply. A link to free e-mail providers will be included on the website for your convenience.

If you have a disability where reasonable accommodation to allow you equal access to the application process may be needed, please contact SIEOC at 812-926-1585 to request accommodation no later than February 16, 2024. For assistance in another language, please call IHCDA at 317-232-7788 to schedule a phone call with an interpreter no later than February 16, 2024.

Applicants are placed on the list in order of preference points, then by date and time of application. IHCDA has the following preference points:

  • Residency - Applicant is a legal resident of, has been hired to work in, or currently works within the COUNTY they have applied to
  • Person residing in an institutional setting or at risk of being placed in an institutional setting - An institutional or other segregated setting includes, but is not limited to: Congregate settings populated exclusively or primarily with individuals with disabilities; or congregate settings characterized by regimentation in daily activities, lack of privacy or autonomy, policies limiting visitors, or limits on individuals’ ability to engage freely in community activities and to manage their own activities of daily living; or settings that provide for daytime activities primarily with other individuals with disabilities; or a person at risk of being placed in a setting defined above
  • Working Families - Persons either attending a school/training program or working at least 20 hours per week; elderly status (age 62 and older), non-elderly disabled status (61 and under with disability), having a disabled family member (any age)
  • Elderly – Applicant (Head, Spouse, Co-Head, Sole Member) is age 62 or older.
  • Non-Elderly Family Member with Disability – Non-elderly (61 years or younger) family, Head, Spouse, Co-Head, or sole member meets HUD’s definition of disabled.
  • Family Member with a Disability – An individual who meets the HUD definition of a person with a disability.
  • Youth Exiting Foster Care - Youth that Indiana Department of Child Services has certified to be at least 18 years and not more than 24 years of age who have left foster care, or will leave foster care within 90 days and is homeless or is At Risk of Becoming Homeless
  • Child Welfare Involved Families - A family that Indiana Department of Child Services has certified as a family for whom the lack of adequate housing is a primary factor in the placement of the family’s child, or children, in out-of-home care, or in the delay of discharge of a child, or children, to the family from out-of-home care.

Placement on the waiting list is not a guarantee that applicants will qualify for assistance. Any preferences claimed at the time of application will be verified at the time of selection from the waiting list.

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WAITING LIST INFORMATION

For information regarding
application to the waiting list,
call the office at
812-926-1585
or toll free at
888-292-5475
You will be instructed
which counties are open
to accept applications
and the procedure to apply.

 

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