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Did you know that...
  • There are over 40 different types of subsidized and affordable housing - and only HousingWorks lets you search for all your options in one place?
  • More than 200,000 applicants have used our system to locate and apply to subsidized housing by working through a housing advocate or social service agency.
    Countless others use the free search feature below.


Click here to search for housing that you can afford

You can print out the Search Results and save them for later. Read the Search Directions slowly and carefully, else you will not get housed as soon!

Other Helpful Resources
Agencies that might assist you with Housing Search
Many are only funded to work with those who are already homeless. But you should check with these agencies anyway. HousingWorks believes that a better overall best solution is for the state to fund a full-time housing advocate who works in the local office of every public housing authority, so talk up that idea everywhere you go if you agree.

See alphabetized list of agencies
Use one of these two forms to notify Waitlist Administrators about changes to your status:

MS Word | PDF

This Guide is a handy way to document discrimination you've experienced in your Housing Search:

HousingWorks: Discrimination Self-Help Handbook

This form is provided by HUD to help you formally complain about discrimination.

HUD: Discrimination Complaint Form.

Contacting your state and federal legislators:
This is often a great way to get institutions to respond to you more quickly. If you find that an agency, housing authority, or management company is not helping you fast enough, try having your state legislator call on your behalf. Each legislator has staff whose primary job is to help their particular consituents by making calls for them. Be sure to do your legwork before you call them.

Find your State and U.S. Legislators






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