Charleston-Kanawha Housing has 90 employees who work to provide quality service through their programs with thier Board of Commissioners, community partners and residents, They will continue to work to build stronger communities and improve the quality of life for those they serve.
Section 8 rental assistance programs are federal programs funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and administered by Charleston-Kanawha Housing.
These programs include the Housing Choice Voucher program, which is tenant based assistance (assistance travels with a family), and the Moderate Rehabilitation Program, which is unit based assistance (a family has assistance as long as they reside in a unit).
Families cannot use a Voucher in a Mod Rehab unit. These programs are equal opportunity housing programs designed to provide the following to low income families regardless of race, age, religion, creed, color, sex, national origin, familial status or disability.
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Me an my family need emergency housing husband is disabled waiting on his ssi he has a hearing in two weeks we don’t have an income lost everything in house fire end of feb an been in motels but the Red Cross funds ran out an church an family can’t help an we’re getting put out in a week an my husband has surgery may 20,2020 on his Achilles hill an will be layed up for some time please help us get a home
I'm in need of assistance. I am widowed and now unemployed due to covid-19. My landlord has been patient and has done what he could to lighten the burden but he can no longer do that. I am significantly behind in my rent and I am currently without water with shut off for electric. I have absolutely no family left. I have nowhere to turn.
1525 Washington Street West
Charleston, WV - 25312