How do non-English speakers find wait list information?

Answer

Check newspaper and websites that provide local news for specific non-English speaking populations. Housing Authorities are obligated to do outreach to minority populations. Most will publish Wait List announcements in those newspapers. Also, check you local Housing Authority website. Much of the content of these websites will have options to be accessed in another language or even multiple languages.

Consulte los periódicos y sitios web que proporcionan noticias locales para poblaciones específicas que no hablan inglés. Las autoridades de vivienda están obligadas a extenderse a las poblaciones minoritarias. La mayoría publicará anuncios de lista de espera en esos periódicos. Además, consulte el sitio web local de la Autoridad de Vivienda. Gran parte del contenido de estos sitios web tendrá opciones para acceder en otro idioma o incluso en varios idiomas.

More Waiting Lists FAQs from Low Income Households

  • What has to be included in my household income?
  • Since Section 8 vouchers are so difficult to get, is there a place to find other housing programs that set rent based on your income?
  • The housing office I applied through told me I didn't qualify to receive assistance, and I don't know why. What could have made me ineligible?
  • Who qualifies for affordable housing assistance?
  • Can I apply to multiple waiting lists?