Section 8 / Housing Choice Vouchers (HCV)
- Section 8 Program Descriptions
- Owners and Landlords
- Report a Problem
- 2019 Annual Planning Documents
- Other Program Information
NOTE: Please click the title for each program below to be directed to a detailed program page
Housing Choice Vouchers
This program provides eligible households vouchers to help pay the rent on privately owned homes of their choosing. A family receiving a voucher must pay at least 30 percent of its month adjusted gross income for rent and utilities. The vouchers are generally administered and can by applied for through local (city) housing authorities.
The HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program combines Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) rental assistance for homeless Veterans with case management and clinical services provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). VA provides these services for participating Veterans at VA medical centers (VAMCs) and community-based outreach clinics.
If you currently have a Section 8 HCV you can move (also called “port”) to another city or State. You will always want to start by contacting the housing authority that has issued your Housing Choice Voucher.
PBCA - This program provides monthly rental subsidies to select rental complexes statewide. For more information about qualifications, wait lists and properties, please contact Indiana Quadel Consulting at 1-800-743-3333.
Click here to access information about other opportunities available through IHCDA such as emergency shelters, transitional housing, and Emergency Solutions Grant Rapid Re-housing (ESG RR)
Click here to learn more about matched savings opportunities through IHCDA's Individual Development Account Program (IDA)
If you are interested in accepting Section 8 vouchers at your rental property, please go to http://www.gosection8.com/ for more information on how to qualify.
Please contact your local provider or sub-contracting agency listed here if there is a problem with your section 8 program. If you are currently experiencing problems with your local provider, please contact IHCDA at 317-232-7777.