One of the most misunderstood and falsely maligned Federal programs in the United States is Section 8 of the United States Housing Act.
Of all the pieces of legislation that came about to help dig America out of the Great Depression, none had a greater impact than the Social Security Act. This single piece of legislation and subsequent amendments expanding the eligible number of recipients dramatically rewrote the social compact between the federal government and the citizens it governs.
Housing Assistance News & Opinion Articles
|Tue May 19, 2015 | theatlantic.com|
For a long time, many American cities housed their poorest residents in giant public housing towers that had little going for them except for the fact they were affordable....
|Mon Jul 21, 2008 | home.howstuffworks.com|
Because Section 8 is not considered an entitlement benefit, everyone who qualifies for a housing voucher doesn't necessarily receive one. According to recent estimates,...
Housing Assistance Videos
|Fri Feb 04, 2011|
The Housing Choice Voucher Program, more commonly known as Section 8 or Section 8 Rental Assistance, is a...
|Thu Dec 23, 2010|
Housing assistance in the form of public housing and rental offsets is available for people with low...