Providence County Section 8 (Rhode Island)

Providence 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 Providence County Section 8 housing choice vouchers in Providence County, Rhode Island. The housing vouchers can be used to pay for single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments, and Providence 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 Providence County low-income housing, including Section 8, on their website.

Cranston Housing Authority Cranston RI 50 Birch Street 02920 401-944-7210

East Providence Housing Authority East Providence RI 99 Goldsmith Avenue 02914 401-434-7645

Johnston Housing Authority Johnston RI 15 Rosemont Avenue 02919 401-349-4494

Lincoln Housing Authority Lincoln RI 10 Franklin Street 02865 401-724-8910

North Providence Housing Authority North Providence RI 945 Charles Street 02904 401-728-0930

Pawtucket Housing Authority Pawtucket RI 401 Mineral Spring Avenue 02860 401-728-1610

Providence Housing Authority Providence RI 100 Broad Street, Ste 2 02903 401-751-6400

Scituate Housing Authority Scituate RI 104 Rockland Road, Ofc 1 02857 401-647-2276

Providence County Town and City Halls provide a range of municipal services for their residents, including low-income housing assistance. In some areas, the Town or City Hall distributes Providence County Section 8 housing choice vouchers offered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Town and City Halls provide information on qualifying for Section 8 support, accessing Section 8 benefits, and paying for single-family homes or apartments with Section 8 vouchers in Providence County, Rhode Island. They may also provide other rental assistance programs for qualifying Providence County individuals and families. Town and City Halls provide Section 8 information on their websites.

Burrillville Town Hall Burrillville RI 105 Harrisville Main Street 02830 401-568-4300

Central Falls City Hall Central Falls RI 580 Broad St 02863 401-727-7401

Cranston City Hall Cranston RI 869 Park Avenue 02910 401-461-1000

Cumberland Town Hall Woonsocket RI 45 Broad Street 02895 401-728-2400

East Providence City Hall East Providence RI 145 Taunton Avenue 02914 401-435-7500

Foster Town Hall Foster RI 181 Howard Hill Road 02825 401-392-9200

Glocester Town Hall Glocester RI 1145 Putnam Pike 02814 401-568-6206

Johnston Town Hall Cranston RI 301 Pontiac Avenue 02910 401-461-5000

Johnston Town Hall Johnston RI 1385 Hartford Avenue, Ste 1 02919 401-351-6618

Lincoln Town Hall Lincoln RI 100 Old River Road 02865 401-333-1100

North Providence Town Hall North Providence RI 2000 Smith St 02911 401-232-0900

North Smithfield Town Hall North Smithfield RI 1 N Main St 02896 401-762-7180

Pawtucket City Hall Pawtucket RI 137 Roosevelt Avenue 02860 401-728-0500

Providence City Hall Providence RI 25 Dorrance Street, Unit 1 02903 401-421-7740

Smithfield Town Hall Smithfield RI 64 Farnum Pike 02917 401-233-1010

Woonsocket City Hall Woonsocket RI 169 Main Street 02895 401-762-6400

Providence County Veterans Affairs Departments provide services to veterans, including Armed Forces veterans and Reserve veterans. Local branches of the VA provide Providence 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 Providence County Section 8 benefits, apply for Section 8, or apply for other housing assistance programs through the VA in Providence County, Rhode Island. 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.

David W Forgue Memorial Veteran Of Foreign Wars Post Providence RI 513 Dexter Street 02907 401-941-1385

Disabled American Veterans Providence RI 1 Capitol Hill 02908 401-272-4804

Memorial Black Veterans Providence RI 2 Salem Street 02907 401-369-7788

US Department of Veterans Affairs- Providence Regional Benefit Office Providence RI 380 Westminster Street 02903 401-528-4412

Veterans Community Foundation Lincoln RI 640 George Washington Highway 02865 401-334-4376

Veterans of Foreign Wars Cranston RI 7 Haven Avenue 02920 401-942-9768

Veterans of Foreign Wars Pawtucket RI 55 Overland Avenue 02860 401-728-4440

Veterans of Foreign Wars North Providence RI 354 Fruit Hill Avenue 02911 401-353-9834

Veterans of Foreign Wars Pawtucket RI 171 Fountain Street 02860 401-722-7146

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2339 Pawtucket RI 178 Columbus Avenue 02860 401-726-5340

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2812 Cranston RI 1418 Plainfield Pike 02920 401-942-9500

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6342 North Smithfield RI 98 School Street 02896 401-762-9627

Providence 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 Providence County, Rhode Island. They can help individuals apply for Providence 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.

Rhode Island State Social Service Department Woonsocket RI 450 Clinton Street 02895 401-235-6300