In order to achieve this mission, we will: Pursue the development and retention of quality affordable housing. Provide tools to enable our residents to achieve economic independence. Develop partnerships with other government entities, private sector agencies, non-profit corporation and social service organizations in order to maximize limited resources. Residents of Public Housing who are elderly and/or disabled benefit from a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing Urban Development, (HUD Housing). The grant funds a Service Coordinator to identify the needs and help the residents of the Milton Young and Henry Towers access social, medical and financial services. The program prevents premature or unnecessary placement in higher levels of care, such as nursing homes, by developing case plans and support services to allow residents to “age in place”. Minot Housing Authority offers assistance to low income individuals, families, seniors and persons with disabilities to obtain quality, affordable housing and to promote independence. Public Housing Programs: Family Housing-One, two three and four bedroom dwellings located throughout the city of Minot. Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8), assists qualified applicants to obtain affordable housing. Applications for the waiting lists for assistance can be picked up at our office at 108 Burdick Expressway East, Minot, ND.
Housing costs may vary.
Persons on limited income and budget.
Stop at the office and pick up application.