Please be aware that we are not affiliated with the website "Section8Programs" and are not accepting applications. For any information regarding Bridgeport Housing Choice Voucher programs, please always refer to www.parkcitycommunities.org.
Housing Choice Vouchers, also called Section 8, truly enable housing of choice for thousands of Bridgeport families. The program’s subsidies empower families to choose and lease privately-owned rental housing, fully integrated into diverse communities. Park City Communities manages more than 2,800 Housing Choice Vouchers.
While most of our vouchers are assigned to families, HUD allows housing authorities to use up to twenty percent as project-based vouchers, in which the subsidies are assigned to a specific property, often with supportive services attached. Currently, PCC has 245 project-based vouchers located in diverse properties throughout the city.
Housing Choice Vouchers – specifically those that are project-based – provide a resource that allows PCC to help groups with specific needs through service-enhanced housing. This includes assisting those affected by HIV, chronic homelessness, substance abuse or domestic violence, as well as youth who have aged-out of the foster care system, people with disabilities and veterans. PCC's Housing Choice Voucher program also manages residency of 102 units of single room occupancy with on-site supportive services.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
For people with substance abuse disorders and mental illness
For families enrolled in the U.D. Department of Housing and Urban Development Study of the Impact of Housing and Services for Homeless Families
For a program aimed at reducing gang violence through a combination of sanctions and incentives
HUD - Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing
For homeless veterans, combined with case management and clinical services provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs
Frequent User Service Enhancement
For adults who have a substance abuse disorder combined with repeated homelessness and incarceration