Rent Assistance Alternative Options

January application deadline is december 17th,2019.

If you do not qualify for our rent assistance program or didn't receive the funds, do not give up hope! There may still be other resources and opportunities out there for you!

Here are a few options that may benefit your situation:

HUD Housing Program

Learn more about renting and HUD rental assistance programs.

Need Help?

  • Privately owned subsidized housing - HUD helps apartment owners offer reduced rents to low-income tenants. Search for an apartment and apply directly at the management office.
  • Public Housing - affordable apartments for low-income families, the elderly and persons with disabilities. To apply, contact a public housing agency.
  • Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) - find your own place and use the voucher to pay for all or part of the rent. To apply, contact a public housing agency.
  • HUD Resource Locator - search for HUD field and regional offices, local PHAs, Multifamily and Public Housing locations, homeless coordinated entry system points of contacts, and USDA rural housing

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St. Vincent de Paul Center

St. Vincent de Paul District Council of Dayton is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, annually serving over 100,000 people in need in the Miami Valley with faith-based assistance, shelter, and hope. The members, staff, and volunteers of the District Council, through its conferences and special works, provide person-to-person emergency assistance and supportive services to Montgomery County people in need.

Call 937-222-5555

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Today, Homefull assists more than 600 people daily.

Instead of just a shelter, we now provide a comprehensive continuum of services designed to help people find and keep jobs and homes.

(937) 293-1945 Administrative Office/ Programs
(937)222-1981 Resource Hotline

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Greater Dayton Premier Management

Greater Dayton Premier Management

Public Housing was established to provide decent, safe, affordable rental housing for eligible low-income individuals and families, the elderly and persons with disabilities. Because GDPM over the past several years has demolished outdated properties, acquired and rehabilitated existing properties and constructed new properties, public housing today is as good as or better than other rental housing in Montgomery County.

GDPM is well on its way toward the aggressive – but achievable – goal to add 1,000 new affordable housing units by 2017. Currently, GDPM owns and operates 2,700 units of public housing in small duplexes, family complexes and high-rise apartments for elderly families. GDPM serves approximately 16,000 people annually through its public housing program.

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