We Are Here To Serve You

HCHA helps build strong, vibrant communities throughout the county in partnership with a host of key stakeholders. We pride ourselves on offering the highest quality housing and assistance programs designed to create desirable, livable, and sustainable communities. We are committed to providing exceptional customer service and to working diligently to assist our clients in achieving self sufficiency.


Vouchers Issued From the Wait List

In April 2013, HCHA began issuing vouchers to families that joined its wait list in 2008. Thus far, approximately 1,643 vouchers have been issued to families as shown below. If you are on HCHA’s wait list and would like to check your status, you can do so by visiting www.waitlistcheck.com. HCHA’s wait list is currently closed to general applications; however, when HCHA begins accepting new applications, it will notify the public and post instructions on how to apply.

Homeless Families with School Children (139)
Very Low-Income Households (198)
Extremely Low-Income Seniors/Disabled Persons (289)
Extremely Low-Income Working Families (345)
Homeless Veterans (672)

News and Events

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Director of Public Affairs

October 2nd, 2015|Comments Off on Director of Public Affairs

Harris County Housing Authority is seeking a Director of Public Affairs to join […]

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Retreat at Westlock

July 29th, 2015|Comments Off on Retreat at Westlock

24001 SH 249 at Westlock Road

Harris County Housing Authority (HCHA) has proposed a […]

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Going Paperless

September 25th, 2014|Comments Off on Going Paperless

HCHA is moving away from postal mail and moving towards electronic mail. This change […]

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Ending Homelessness in Houston

July 18th, 2014|Comments Off on Ending Homelessness in Houston

HCHA is proud to support the efforts of Houston/Harris County Continuum of Care […]

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Helping Families Find Jobs

May 10th, 2014|Comments Off on Helping Families Find Jobs

A story published in the Houston Chronicle describes HCHA’s efforts to help its […]