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Woodbridge Housing Authority
Section 8 Voucher Program
FSS Homeownership Opportunities
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The Section 8 Voucher Program is a federally funded program designed to create affordable housing opporunities for low income-families in the private market. Families are given the chance to search for a suitable unit and receive Housing Assistance Payments (HAP) for that unit. Participating families will usually pay no more than 30% of their monthly income towards their rent and utilities while the Section 8 Voucher Program subsidizes the remaining balance of the rent. The Woodbridge Housing Authority Section 8 Program offers local rental assistance to eligible families. For more information please contact the Housing Authority at 732-634-2750, ext. 123.
The Family Self-Sufficiency Program, or FSS, is a goal oriented program that is intended to promote self-sufficiency for low-income families. Encouraging our participants to reach their set goals, the Housing Authority offers a variety of resources to families who are interested in particiating in the FSS program. The program also offers the opportunity for families to establish an escrow account. Each time the family has an increase in earned income, the Housing Authority deposits money into an escrow account for the family. When the family completes the set goals, they graduate the FSS program and then receive the escrow funds. The FSS program encourages families to reach economic self-sufficiency while giving them the opportunity to reach their lifelong goals. For more information please contact the Housing Authority at 732-634-2750, ext. 123.
Current Payment Standards
(effective April 24, 2019):
0 Bedroom: $1,091.00
1 Bedroom: $1,360.00
2 Bedroom: $1,746.00
3 Bedroom: $2,102.00
4 Bedroom: $2,423.00
5 Bedroom: $2,787.00
Section 8 Voucher Program Income Limits
41,450
47,350
53,250
59,150
63,900
68,650
73,350
78,100
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Income Limits ($)
Persons in Family
Clients wishing to be ported in from another agency must list Elizabeth Noll as the contact have their packet emailed to:

en@WoodbridgeHousingAuthority.org
Phone number: 732-943-9099
Fax: 732-388-6727