Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) and privately-owned multifamily properties subsidized by Project-Based Rental Assistance (PBRA) can apply for funding to support or start a Family Self Sufficiency program. Read more about the Notice of Funding Opportunity.
Detailed disaster response information for PBCA partners in the counties impacted by the December 10 and 11 storms and tornado can be found
, including when to contact KHC and PBCA responsibilities during a disaster.
As of January 31, 2022, applications are no longer being accepted for KHC's Housing Choice Voucher (HCV, also known as Section 8) Waiting List.
Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) offers a variety of rental assistance programs to assist low-income families in securing affordable rental housing through programs such as Project-Based Contract Administration and Housing Choice Vouchers.
Affordable Rental Directory
To view the Affordable Rental Directory, click here (it downloads as a Microsoft Excel document and is best viewed using Google Chrome as your browser).
|Tenant-Based Rental Programs
|KHC provides rental assistance directly to applicants through the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, also known as Section 8. This provides a voucher that moves with the recipient to different rental units that accept it.
|Project-Based Rental Programs
|KHC's Project-Based Contract Administration (PBCA) program provides rental assistance to specific complexes for low-income residents. The subsidy is paid directly to the owner on behalf of the resident. The rental subsidy does not follow the resident from property to property.
|Through the execution of federal Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) contracts, KHC is able to provide rental assistance through the PBCA program and the Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) program.