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It is not too late to apply for the Section 8 Wait List in the City of Phoenix. Section 8 vouchers offer an opportunity for safe, decent and affordable housing. Keep these tips in mind when you apply.
Section 8 applications are being accepted until August 19, 2016 at 5 p.m.
Paper applications are available by emailing Nichole.firstname.lastname@example.org or by picking one up at 830 E. Jefferson.
All applications—whether paper or online—must be returned to the City before August 19, 2016 at 5 p.m. The online application—available in Spanish or English—is available at https://www.phoenix.gov/housing.
A list of community partners, including libraries and senior centers, that will provide computer access at no cost is available at https://www.phoenix.gov/housing/section8locations.
Applicants with disabilities may request a reasonable accommodation by calling (602) 262-7497, You may need to leave a message. The City asks that callers be sure to clearly state their name, telephone number, and the reasonable accommodation you are requesting (e.g., I am a home-bound disabled person without internet access who needs assistance with submitting my pre-application). Reasonable accommodations may include taking an application by telephone, providing an ASL interpreter, questions, or accepting a paper application.
Individuals who do not speak English well may request language assistance by calling the City at (602) 534-1974.
Information about Section 8 and the Wait List Procedures is available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese traditional, and Arabic.
If you are not provided necessary reasonable accommodations or language assistance, you may contact SWFHC at 1-888-624-4611 or 602-252-3423 or the AFHC at 602-548-1599 for more information and help.