HABC annual report - Page 18



HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER PROGRAM
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www.HABC.org/HCVP
Email: HCVP@habc.org
The Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP)
is a federally funded, locally administered
rental assistance program that helps low-income families to afford decent and safe housing in the private market. Over 3,000 landlords in Baltimore participate in the voucher
program.



Notable accomplishments that the HCVP
team made in FY18 include the following:

Created an online portal for landlords to
access and view information about their
properties, tenants and payments;

Created an online portal for HCVP applicants on the waiting list to update their
information online instead of in person;

Received and award of 50 additional
VASH vouchers to assist homeless veterans and their families obtain housing
and other services;
Submitted application to HUD for 450
“Mainstream” housing vouchers for
nonelderly persons with disabilities;
Opened the project based waiting list for
seniors and held several housing fairs to
assist with matching seniors to units and
landlords; and
Executed a new contract for project
based vouchers for Restoration Gardens
II, which is dedicated to serving youth
that are aging out of foster care and are
homeless or at risk of being homeless.
The following is a breakdown of the program’s
inventory as of June 30, 2018:
Housing Choice Voucher Program Inventory
MTW Tenant Based Vouchers (Non-Consent Decree)
8,564
MTW Project Based Vouchers (Total Under Contract: 2118)
1,742
Homeless Project-Based RFP (192 vouchers)
83
Homeless Veterans Project-Based RFP (182 vouchers)
0
MTW Tenant Based Set-Asides
Bailey Consent Decree (850 vouchers)
798
Re-Entry (250 vouchers)
190
Lead (250 vouchers)179
Housing First - Homeless (850 vouchers: Homeless Project-Based RFP)
692
Non-MTW Tenant Based - HUD Special Funding (w/MTW Flexibility)
Family Unification Program (FUP) (100 vouchers)
93
NED Category II (40 vouchers)
37
Homeownership (includes 35 Thompson)
112
Sub-Total:
12,490
Portability Vouchers (includes VASH port-ins)
273
Sub-Total:
12,763
MTW Tenant Based Vouchers - Thompson Consent Decree*
1,642
MTW Remedial Vouchers - Thompson Consent Decree*
2,268
Sub-Total:
3,910
COMMUNITY
TOTAL MTW INVENTORY: 16,673
Non-MTW VASH Vouchers 428
Non-MTW Section 8 Moderate Rehab
HABC: A New Mission, New Vision, New Goals
216
Non-MTW Section 8 New Construction/Substantial Rehab
0
Sub-Total:
644

17,317
TOTAL INVENTORY:
Featured: HABC’s newly constructed Metro Heights in NorthWest Baltimore City.
www.HABC.org

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