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Amy S. Clark, CEO
Greater Metropolitan Area Housing Authority of Rock Island County is officially re-opening the Section 8 HCV waitlist. We will begin accepting ONLINE pre-applications for the program beginning on Friday, July 22nd, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. The first 400 applicants will be added to the waitlist.
The face of public housing is changing and GMAHA is ready! As a public partner, GMAHA is focused on creating Communities with Opportunities. By fostering the creation and preservation of affordable housing, we provide the foundation for which a community's success is built. Housing is a home, not just a structure. It provides comfort, as well as financial and emotional stability; it provides opportunities.
Our communities deserve more from its affordable housing providers; we need to DO MORE than just provide and maintain safe and sanitary housing. In today's market, we must make data-driven decisions to effectively serve the Quad Cities by recognizing and addressing the unmet needs of our families and most vulnerable citizens. By introducing innovative programming opportunities, such as Moving to Work and RAD, we aim to DO MORE amazing work!
I am privileged to lead a seasoned team of professionals through repositioning strategies that will provide flexible financing tools to rehabilitate existing, aging housing stock; deconcentrate units in areas of high poverty; create new housing units and expand our agency footprint to include underserved rural markets. Together, we can reimagine and reform affordable housing.
Amy S. Clark, CEO
The Greater Metropolitan Housing Authority of Rock Island County offers income eligible households affordable, safe and friendly apartment living at several housing developments.
We invite you to explore our website and learn more about GMAHA's programs and services.
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