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Housing Grants for Disabled Women
- Updated: February 13, 2017
Obtaining housing grants for disabled women is possible, because there are the government and lots of organizations, foundation that gives a lot of thoughts to the disabled and low income families. In this post you will learn some of the grant opportunities available in the United States for disabled women.
As you know, each year the Federal government distributes hundreds of grants for various purposes. Some of them are aimed to provide help for women with specific need. In this case, a housing assistance grants. Just like many other federal programs, you have to come from a low income families or raising children on a low income budget or are disabled.
Housing Grants for Disabled Women
You can try applying in one of the programs below:
Transitional Housing Assistance Program
This is a short term housing assistance program, aimed to provide a temporal housing for those who are still unable to find a permanent housing. The program grant money can be used to cover additional expenses, including child care, security deposits, counseling, rent, utilities, etc. It is important to know that the program doesn’t give the money directly to individuals. The Federal Government distributes the money to state government and various nonprofits agencies and organizations. Through them, the money is used for various support social activities that is compatible with the program’s aim.
The Housing and Urban Development office provides several programs that may be able to provide disabled women with Section 8 housing vouchers, subsidized housing, or public housing. The Section 8 vouchers can be used to rent an apartment or home, as long as you are qualified for the eligibility requirements. The government will cover a portion of the rent cost, allowing a very affordable monthly payment for the rent. The annual household income is considered when you apply for the program. It is often that single women with children and disabled women receive the voucher, and there are even some cases where these women can get additional deductions. Needless to say, there may be different policy in each state, and it would be best to contact the nearest Housing and Urban Development office in your local area.
Bridge of Hope
Meanwhile, at risk women and disabled women who have children can also try their luck with the Bridge of Hope to obtain a permanent housing. Contact your local Bridge of Hope affiliates in your area and see whether they can help you.
Habitat for Humanity
This program is not actually a housing grant program for disabled women, but this can definitely help those who cannot afford a conventional mortgage. This is a no-interest mortgage loan, available based on the level of need and the will to donate time to the program. Needless to say, you also have to demonstrate or prove your ability to pay the monthly cost.
There are several other help you can try, but it would be best if you can contact your state’s Department of Health and Human Resources to see the available options for you. Make an appointment and you should be able to see a social worker that can provide good information on housing grants for disabled women.
- Disability.gov’s Guide to Federal Government Grants
- The Disability Digest
- Housing Assistance Programs for Women
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