October 17, 2018
Our communication resources are still very limited and the PCHA office did not survive the storm. We are working hard to get services started again.
Our properties have been heavily damaged and some are beyond repair. We are asking residents of Massalina and Fletcher Black Apartments to begin executing their relocation plan. The safety of our residents is very important, and this storm has rendered those units uninhabitable.
The first, and most important step, is filing your claim with FEMA. FEMA can provide temporary housing vouchers and cash assistance.
We are working with HUD to try to secure other public housing units in the Southeast area. If those units are acquired, the elderly and disabled PCHA residents will have a priority status.
As soon as communication is restored, we will notify residents via this website and and our Facebook page.
You will see our staff at your communities daily continuing the clean up process. Please remember that they also have damaged or destroyed homes, but are working hard to help our residents. The recovery process will take time but we will do our best to bring back services to you as soon as possible.
PCHA Executive Director
August 10, 2018, the Housing Choice Voucher waitlist is now closed.
You may check your position and update your contact information on the HCV Waitlist page.
July 16, 2018, the public housing waitlist is now closed.
The average wait time for housing is 24 months.