- Illinois Housing Development Authority
- 111 E. Wacker Drive, Suite 1000
- Chicago, Illinois, 60601
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Purpose of the Program
The Section 811 Project Based Rental Assistance Program assists low-income households with long-term disabilities to live independently in the community by providing affordable housing linked with voluntary services and supports.
Who is Eligible
Tenants must be non-elderly (18-62), extremely low-income households (within 30 percent of the median income for the area) with at least one adult member with a disability which qualifies them for Medicaid Home and Community Based Service waiver programs and be referred through the Statewide Referral Network. Class members of Williams, Colbert and Ligas consent decrees; participants in Money Follows the Person; and, people exiting State Operated Development Centers have been identified as priority populations.
The assistance can be applied to new or existing regulated multifamily housing funded through different IHDA sources, such as Federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, Federal HOME funds, and other state, Federal, and local programs.
Statewide; with emphasis placed on units in areas of high need to support the above priority populations.
IHDA was awarded two rounds of Section 811 PRA funding through competitive Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
IHDA awards the rental subsidy to owners of eligible properties via a selection process. Each rental subsidy awarded will have an initial term of up to 30 years with the first five years of the contract pre-appropriated by Congress and the remaining term subject to annual appropriations. The units will be filled through the existing State Referral Network that links service providers with housing through the Statewide Housing and Employment First Coordinator in the Office of the Governor and five regional Lead Referral Agencies.
Availability of Funds
No funding available at this time. IHDA has applied to HUD for FY 2020 funding which may become available in FY 2021 or FY 2022
How Funds are to be used
The Section 811 PRA program is authorized to provide project rental assistance to state housing agencies. The assistance to the state housing agencies can be applied to new or existing multifamily housing complexes funded through different sources, such as Federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, Federal HOME funds, and other state, Federal, and local programs.
Types of Assistance
Other types of Assistance
Year Program was established