HHH funded affordable housing project

HCID facilitates the financing and development of accessible affordable and supportive rental housing with our business and community partners, and leverages our funds with private investments in order to maximize existing resources. Other housing programs offer first-time homebuyer assistance, minor repairs for elderly and disabled residents, and lead-based paint hazard remediation.

Affordable Rental Housing

Our role is to provide the funding and partner with developers and social services agencies to build, preserve and maintain quality affordable housing. 

Accessible Housing Program

The Accessible Housing Program (AcHP) ensures that people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to rent, enjoy, and use affordable rental housing funded by the City of Los Angeles or the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles.

First Time Homebuyers

HCID offers two programs, the Low Income Purchase Assistance (LIPA) and Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC), that can help you achieve your dream of homeownership.

Existing Homeowners

We offer services for low-income, disabled, elderly persons, and families with children. We invite you to look through our programs and services that cater to your needs. 

Housing and services for persons living with HIV/AIDS

Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS, also known as HOPWA, is a federally-funded program that provides assistance with housing and supportive services for low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families.

Homeless Services

If you are a homeless individual or family or believe you are at significant risk of becoming homeless, please visit Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (lahsa.org/get-help), at (213) 225-6581,

Lead Hazard Remediation Program

The Lead Hazard Remediation Program (LHRP) provides grants to property owners to make their properties lead-safe and to eliminate health and safety hazards. The LHRP grants are primarily targeted to low-income families with children under the age of six. The program also provides education regarding the dangers of lead-based paint and health and safety hazards.

Handyworker Program

The Handyworker Program provides free minor home repairs for low income seniors and persons with disabilities to address basic health, safety, security, and accessibility needs to enable them to age at home.

Section 8 & Public Housing

Are you looking for Section 8 or Public Housing? Please visit Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (hacla.org) to learn more.

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