Volusia County Housing Assistance Resources

  • Daytona Beach Housing Authority
    Daytona Beach Housing Authority (DBHA), a Public Housing Agency, offers subsidized, income-based housing and homeownership opportunities for qualified low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities in Daytona Beach.
  • DeLand Housing Authority
    The DeLand Housing Authority administers section 8 vouchers in the West Volusia area. DHA keeps a monthly list of vacant units available. The housing authority must be accepting applications for you to apply.
  • Volusia County Housing and Grants Administration
    The Housing and Grants Administration Activity provides assistance to income- and program-eligible households of Volusia County. The Community Assistance Division reviews applications and grants final approval or denial of the household’s eligibility. Programs are funded by Volusia County through federal and state grants include but are not limited to Housing Rehabilitation, Homebuyer Assistance, Neighborhood Stabilization Home Purchase Program, Wind Hazard Mitigation Program and Basic Accessibility Improvements. Volusia County provides a mortgage for those applicants who are approved for and receive funding
  • Volusia and Flagler County Transitional Housing Programs
    Low income transitional housing and shelters – Residents faced with eviction, or that may be homeless, can benefit from these programs. Receive a place to stay, information on government benefits, free food, and case management such as job training.
  • Hope Place
    Hope Place is a safe refuge for homeless students and homeless families with children. The Hope Place community offers room and board along with other services to help each guest return to—or to achieve self-sufficiency. In addition to family housing rooms, family apartments, and beds for homeless students, Hope Place offers a café, a family gathering area, a play room, a study roomand a library.
  • Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8)
    West Volusia 386-736-5955 ext. 12890
    Daytona Beach 386-254-4648 ext. 12890
    New Smyrna Beach 386-423-3375 ext. 12890
    As the county’s Public Housing Agency (PHA), the Community Assistance Division administers approximately 322 housing choice vouchers. The Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) is the federal government major program which assists very low-income families including the elderly, and the disabled to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private market. Since housing assistance is provided on behalf of the family or individual, participants can find their own suitable housing, including single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments.
  • Family Renew Housing
    Family Renew Community is not an emergency shelter. Families accepted into the housing program may stay for six months or more while parents work toward a lasting solution to their homelessness. The application process begins with the Housing Inquiry, which may be submitted online or completed in person at our residential campuses in Holly HillDaytona Beach and DeLand.
  • Ormond Beach Housing Authority
    Assists low-income families with finding housing; administers Section 8 vouchers. Eligibility based on 1) annual gross income; 2) 2) whether you qualify as elderly, a person with a disability, or as a family; and 3) U.S. Citizenship or eligible immigration status.
  • Mid-Florida Housing Partnership Inc.
    The primary purposes are the provision of decent, affordable housing for lower income persons and to expand opportunities available to very low, low and moderate income citizens and to raise the economic, educational and social levels of the residents of Volusia and Flagler Counties, and City of Daytona Beach, Florida.
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