This section provides information on housing assistance programs in the greater Pittsburgh area.
HUD Public Housing Program
The purpose of the HUD Public Housing Program is to provide quality rental housing to low-income families at a cost that they can afford.
In order to qualify, you must need aid in obtaining decent, safe, and/or sanitary rental housing and fall within the low to very low income bracket.
For more information on the housing program or how to qualify, contact the Pittsburgh field office at (412) 644-6428 or visit the program's website.
Source Information for HUD Program can be found here.
HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agencies and Assistance Programs
HUD sponsors agencies throughout the country that can provide information and assistance in a variety of home buying and renting situations. Below is a listing of agencies in the Pittsburgh area.
Affiliate of The Housing Partnership Network
Fair Housing Partnership of Greater Pittsburgh
Nazareth Housing Services
Affiliate of Housing Opportunities, Inc.
Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc.
Affiliate of Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation
Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh
Affiliate of National Urban League
Source Information for HUD Approved Housing Agencies can be found here.
Mon Valley Providers Council (MVPC) Housing Resource Guide
The Mon Valley Providers Council (MVPC) is a coalition of human service providers throughout the Mon Valley that have joined together to develop resources that fit the needs of the community. The MVPC has developed a Housing Resource Guide with excellent information on home ownership and other important housing information.
Refer to this website for a copy of the MVPC's Housing Resource Guide.
Visit the MVPC's website to find out more about their organization.
Source Information for MVPC can be found here.