McCracken County Housing Authorities manage the federal Section 8 program offered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. A Housing Authority provides housing options for low-income individuals and families, including rental housing, rental assistance programs, and McCracken County Section 8 housing choice vouchers in McCracken County, Kentucky. The housing vouchers can be used to pay for single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments, and McCracken County Housing Authorities can help determine eligibility for services, complete a Section 8 application, and they may distribute Section 8 benefits. Housing Authorities provide information on McCracken County low-income housing, including Section 8, on their website.
Paducah Housing Authority Paducah KY 2330 Ohio Street 42003 270-443-3634
McCracken County Veterans Affairs Departments provide services to veterans, including Armed Forces veterans and Reserve veterans. Local branches of the VA provide McCracken County housing assistance to veterans who meet eligibility requirements, including Section 8 benefits offered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Veterans can access McCracken County Section 8 benefits, apply for Section 8, or apply for other housing assistance programs through the VA in McCracken County, Kentucky. Section 8 housing choice vouchers can pay for homes, townhouses, and apartments. Veterans can learn more about their housing service options, including Section 8, through a local Veterans Affairs Office or the Veteran Affairs website.
Disabled American Veterans Paducah KY 1133 Murray Avenue 42003 270-444-9808
US Veterans Affairs Department Veterans Affairs - Community Based Outpatient Clinic Paducah KY 1800 Clark Street 42003 270-444-8465
Veterans of Foreign Wars Paducah KY 1727 Washington Street 42003 270-442-6783
McCracken County Social Services Departments provide a range of support services, including housing assistance and housing choice vouchers, also known as Section 8. Local Social Services offices connect residents with federal programs, such as Section 8 benefits for low-income families and individuals, which are provided through the Department of Housing and Urban Development in McCracken County, Kentucky. They can help individuals apply for McCracken County Section 8 benefits, determine eligibility for housing assistance, and distribute Section 8 vouchers. Social Services may also accept applications for low-income housing assistance, and they provide information about these services on their website.
Paducah Social Service Department Paducah KY 206 North 8th Street 42001 270-575-7105