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Housing Tax Credit
Family Self-Sufficiency Program (FSS)

Participants of the FSS program have the opportunity to build on financial wealth when they increase their earned income from employment. Their participation generally lasts five years. During this time, participants will work closely with a FSS coordinator to develop a personalized plan in which they try to achieve economic self-sufficiency. Our FSS coordinator works with multiple partners like the Urban League of Broward County, Habitat for Humanity, WorkForce One, etc. Upon completion of the program, FSS participants may realize economic prosperity. FSS program is only available to HCV participants.

HCV Homeownership Program

The homeownership program was designed to assist HCV renters become first-time homeowners. As a homeowner, participants are expected to pay their homeownership costs. Based on allowable expenses, DBHA will compensate the participants on a monthly basis. This program is only available to HCV participants.

For more information out the DBHA program, click here.

HCV Important Links




Advertising and Locating Property has never been Easier!

The Housing Authority has partnered with, which provides an enhanced program to list rental properties on line. Listings are available to potential Housing Choice Voucher tenants seeking apartment units, duplexes, single-family homes or townhomes in the private market. If you have any questions regarding registering, creating or viewing property listings, please contact the GoSection8 toll free help line at 1-866-466-7328.

It is recommended that landlords add photos to their listing for better advertising and faster lease up!

HCV Landlord Videos

The Housing Choice Voucher program, commonly known as HCV or Section 8, is the federal government’s largest tenant-based rental assistance program. The HCV program assists low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private market. Housing choice vouchers are administered locally by public housing agencies (PHAs) that receive federal funds from HUD. Central to the program are the landlords who provide housing to the HCV participants. These resources introduce the HCV program to prospective landlords and highlight HCV landlords from across the country.

Learn more.

Click the PDF for the HCV staff contact list 
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