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They will not help Handicaps who require housing. I've been calling for TWO (2) years and I keep getting the same response, "We don't have any money!" According to Dept. of HUD under Docket #FR-5332-N-02 ; our Government has made "The Omnibus Appropriations Act", which is to set aside $30 million dollars per year for Handicaps. After calling for 2 years they are telling me they cannot afford $485.00 for my rent even though they have $60,000,000.00 in their coffers. They are quick to hang up the phone on you, or keep you on hold for hours, or tell you you've called the wrong HUD, that they are NOT accepting names, are not accepting applications for there list or out of money right after the fiscal year started. If they have no money then they should do what other companies do; lay-off employees. If they lay-off One (1) $60,000.00 a year employee they could pay for 123.71 handicaps whose rent is $485.00 instead of hiring more HUD employees.

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There are long waiting lists for housing assistance. In many areas, there are waiting lists to get on the waiting lists. If more funds were allocated, those funds were probably used up by the folks at the top of the waiting list.

My mother is handicapped and I am also disabled. No one is paying rent (or house payments) for either one of us. Being handicapped doesn't mean you are entitled to extra government support.
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You do not understand how the funds are distributed. Your local office does NOT have access to unlimited funds. They are allotted a specific amount which is determined by the population of the county and the median income of the county.

They did in fact already lay a lot of people off, the housing authority is very short staffed. Your math is also bad, if you want 485 a month from them you are talking about $5,820 a year you feel entitled to. Short staffing HUD 1 more person would only entitle 10 more people, not 123.

While the disabled do get priority for housing they still have to qualify and they still have to go on the waiting list for housing. MANY offices close their list when they already have enough applicants for at least 5 years.

It sounds like you may in fact be calling the wrong offices. If you want to send me your location I can help you find the correct office. You can apply at 2 locations, where you live now and where you work now.
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You have to get in line behind other disabled people and seniors. The funding for rental housing subsidies goes through your local county Housing Authority and the Republicans in Congress have cut down on the funding.

You can only go to your local county Housing Authority who are under HUD and file an application and go on the waitlist. You dont get ahead of other disabled people.
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