Affordable Housing

Safe and affordable housing for individuals and families

OFFERED IN ALABAMA, GEORGIA, AND MISSISSIPPI

We believe that everyone deserves a place to call home, and our dedicated team works tirelessly to ensure that affordable housing remains accessible and sustainable. We understand the critical need for safe and affordable housing options for individuals and families in our communities. Through our commitment to providing quality affordable housing, we offer various programs: permanent housing for income-eligible families and individuals; transitional housing for veterans; supportive housing for persons with disabilities; and housing for income-eligible seniors (62 and older).

Alabama


1300 Cloverdale Road Selma, AL 36703

334-872-7698

2112 McMillian AvenueBay Minette, AL 36507

251-300-2384

185 La Rue FinisLeesburg, AL 35953

256-526-7484

5200 Girby RoadMobile, AL 36693

251-300-2381

6729 Zeigler BlvdMobile, AL 36608

251-753-4245

705 Shoemaker DriveTuscumbia, AL 35674

251-263-8689

7400 Old ShellRoad Mobile, AL 36608

251-300-2342

1400 Azalea Rd Mobie, AL 36693

251-660-1171

116 Southern Oaks DriveOpp, AL 36467

334-300-2345

1940 Max Luther DrHuntsville, AL 35811

256-858-0190

6460 Zeigler BlvdMobile, AL 36608

251-338-1720

Georgia


210 Chandler Ave.Reidsville, GA 30453

912-557-8880

1956 N Jefferson St. NEMilledgeville, GA 31061

478-451-2900

202 Hannah’s LaneThomaston, GA 30286

706-646-2337

900 North Wheeler AveDouglas, GA 31533

912-260-1006

501 McLemore St.Lafayette, GA 30728

(423)902-8559

1405 Gordon Pond Rd.Lafayette, GA 30728

(706) 639 3544

6865 Forest Ave.Douuglasville, GA 30134

770-942-2137

2071 Newnan Crossing BlvdNewnan, GA 30265

404-841-2227

2770 EB Hamilton DriveTifton, GA 31794

229-386-5590

9982 HWY 11 STrenton, GA 30752

(423)902-8559

1307 A Darling Ave.Waycross, GA 31501

912-287-9855

1820 Hazel St.Waycross, GA 31501

912-285 3361

295 Woodland Ave.Summerville, GA 30747

706-857-1470

Mississippi


2721 Alcom DriveVicksburg, MS 39183

601-638-1684

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Affordable Housing FAQs

What is affordable housing?

Affordable housing refers to dwelling units, typically rental housing, that are financially within reach for individuals and families with low to moderate incomes. The concept of affordability is often quantified as housing costs that do not exceed 30% of a household’s income.

Who is eligible for affordable housing?

Eligibility for affordable housing varies based on factors such as income level, family size, and individual circumstances, often dictated by a combination of federal, state, and local regulations, as well as the specific policies of the housing provider or agency. Generally, it’s intended for individuals and families whose incomes are unable to meet market-rate housing costs in their area, typically those earning less than the median income for their region.

How do I find affordable housing?

If you live in the Southeast scroll up to see all of the affordable housing properties currently overseen by VOA Southeast. Our website has listings of available affordable housing, and other resources that can guide you through the process. Additionally, many communities are equipped to help you navigate the options and application processes. You can also contact your local housing authority or visit the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) website.

What are some non-profit organizations that help with affordable housing?

VOA Southeast is dedicated to serving the most vulnerable members of our communities. As a non-profit organization, we are actively engaged in the development, maintenance, and operation of affordable housing units across the region. Our initiatives are designed not only to fight homelessness but also to foster long-term stability, community connection, and wellness.

Our programs cater to a wide range of individuals in need, including seniors, veterans, families facing economic challenges, those in substance abuse recovery, and persons with disabilities. Furthermore, VOA Southeast is committed to advocacy efforts, partnering with public and private entities to secure funding and resources, and pushing for policy changes that make affordable housing more accessible and sustainable.

What are some ways to support affordable housing?

Making a difference in the realm of affordable housing starts with a single step, and at Volunteers of America, we offer several pathways for individuals and groups to join our cause. Here’s how you can be part of the movement:

Advocate for Change: Beyond direct support, you can become a voice for the affordable housing movement. By advocating within your networks, initiating conversations, and spreading awareness about housing issues, you’re helping to build a society that recognizes housing as a human right. We also encourage contacting local representatives to express support for policies and funding that increase affordable housing options.

By joining VOA Southeast in these efforts, you become a crucial part of a larger movement working towards a future where everyone has a stable, safe, and comforting place to call home. Your involvement directly contributes to breaking the cycles of homelessness and housing instability in our communities.

What are some non-profit organizations that help with affordable housing?

VOA Southeast is dedicated to serving the most vulnerable members of our communities. As a non-profit organization, we are actively engaged in the development, maintenance, and operation of affordable housing units across the region. Our initiatives are designed not only to fight homelessness but also to foster long-term stability, community connection, and wellness.
Our programs cater to a wide range of individuals in need, including seniors, veterans, families facing economic challenges, those in substance abuse recovery, and persons with disabilities. Furthermore, VOA Southeast is committed to advocacy efforts, partnering with public and private entities to secure funding and resources, and pushing for policy changes that make affordable housing more accessible and sustainable.

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