Orange County Housing Authority (OCHA) administers federally funded programs to provide monthly rental assistance to qualified tenants in privately owned rental housing. The largest such program is referred to as the Housing Choice Voucher Program. Participants who receive a Housing Voucher can use this rental assistance in a variety of rental dwellings and locations with almost any property owner who is willing to participate in the program.
Housing Choice Voucher Program Landlord Perspective
The Orange County Housing Authority (OCHA) was awarded an additional 100 Mainstream Vouchers in November 2020. OCHA will begin accepting applications for our 2020 Mainstream Voucher Program allocation on January 1, 2021. These vouchers are intended to be used to house individuals transitioning out of Project Roomkey/Homekey and who are connected to Project Tool Belt and will be referred by the Orange County Coordinated Entry System (CES).
June 4, 2020
OCHA closing its Project Based Voucher (PBV) Waiting lists
The Orange County Housing Authority (OCHA) will be closing its Project Based Voucher (PBV) Waiting lists for Avenida Villas Apartments, Doria II Apartments, Cotton’s Point Senior Apartments, and Capestone Family Apartments. Effective June 15, 2020, preliminary applications will no longer be accepted for placement on these PBV waiting lists.
Avenida Villa Apartments, Doria II Apartments, and Capestone Family Apartments, are affordable housing complexes for chronic homeless/homeless/or at risk of homelessness disabled families who have special needs. Cotton’s Point Senior Apartments is an affordable housing complex for disabled seniors (persons 62 years of age or older), who have special needs.
If your name is already on a waiting list for any of the above properties, you do not need to take any action at this time.
Should the PBV waiting list(s) be reopened, OCHA will publish another Public Notice at that time.
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In partnership with the Orange County Health Care Agency (HCA), Orange County Housing Authority has been awarded Mainstream Voucher Program funding to provide rental assistance to non-elderly homeless persons with disabilities.
Beginning March 2020, OCHA will accept applications for our 2019 Mainstream Voucher Program allocation referred from HCA’s Whole Person Care (WPC) Program and the Orange County Coordinated Entry System.
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