Connecticut Housing Assistance

Housing Vouchers * Public Housing

Homeless * Making Home Affordable

Connecticut housing assistance includes numerous federally and state-funded programs specifically designed to help its residents with various housing needs


Connecticut Section 8 Program

Section 8 Housing Program was created by the Federal Government to help low-income families and individuals get affordable housing at their choice in the private market.

Connecticut Section 8 Housing Program is funded by federal grants and provides housing financial help to eligible Connecticut residents that need affordable Connecticut housing.

Depending on the target population and participants housing needs the Section 8 Program offers different housing options. Most popular are the Housing Choice Vouchers.

Section 8 Program offers the Housing Choice Vouchers as financial assistance to eligible low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled.

Beneficiaries can use the vouchers to get affordable, safe, and sanitary Connecticut housing by choosing a housing unit that is approved under the Section 8 Program.

Learn more about the type of Housing Choice Vouchers and other types of Section 8 housing assistance in Connecticut.

Connecticut Housing Choice Vouchers


Connecticut Public Housing

Another housing option for a low-income household in Connecticut is housing developments owned, managed, and maintained by the local Public Housing Agencies (PHA).

Rental rates are controlled and established by the local PHA withing the HUD income limits and guidelines.

Low rent public housing units are offered to eligible low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.

Find more and search for Connecticut subsidized and low-rent apartments here.

Connecticut Low-Rent Apartments


Making Home Affordable

Making Home Affordable is another federal program designed to cover different homeowners’ hardships and financial situations.

The program provides different options that can help Connecticut homeowners in hardship stay in their homes.

One option of Making Home Affordable program helps qualified homeowners lower their monthly payments, another just lower their interest rates on their home loan.

More about all foreclosure alternatives at Making Home Affordable page.



Homeless Help in Connecticut

Federal Government or State of Connecticut agencies do not provide grants directly to individuals who are looking to benefit from Connecticut housing options.

But each year, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development does provide grants to governments, nonprofits, and other eligible grantees who administer various housing and community development programs including services for homeless persons.

There are many non-profits, charities, community action agencies that provide homeless services to Connecticut residents in need for shelter. As funds are available, those Connecticut homeless service organizations may offer motel vouchers, rent, utilities and utility deposits for homelessness prevention, and food referral services.

Connecticut Homeless Service Organizations

Connecticut Low-Rent Apartments

Find more and search for Connecticut subsidized and low-rent apartments here.