HSMM Voucher Waitlist Opening For Clinton & Eaton County
Housing Services Mid-Michigan is opening its Mainstream Voucher Waitlist for Clinton and Eaton counties starting June 6th 2022 at 9:00 AM. This rental subsidy program is designed to assist low income, non-elderly (18-61), disabled households. Participants pay 30% of their income and the program pays the difference directly to the landlord. The participant’s disability must be verified by either the participant’s doctor or one’s Social Security Determination letter. Residents of any state or county can apply, but if applicants are drawn and receive a voucher they must then live in either Clinton or Eaton County after taking possession of the voucher.
The wait list will be open on June 6th, 2022 at 9am. All applications must be electronically filled out and submitted on our website at https://hs-mm.org/mainstream/. The portal for electronic submissions will be available starting June 6th 2022 at 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM on Friday, June 17th, 2022. Paper applications will NOT be available at our office and applications and proof of disability cannot be dropped off in person at our office. Completed applications will be placed on the waitlist in the order received.
In addition to electronically submitting your application, proof of disability must be provided to HSMM no later than 5:00pm on Friday, July 1, 2022 by any of the following methods: emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org; faxed to 517-541-0269; or mailed to HSMM at PO Box 746, Charlotte, MI 48813 postmarked by 7/1/2022. Qualified persons will be notified by mail when their name is pulled from the list. For more information please visit our website https://hs-mm.org/mainstream/. If you have any questions, please contact Edwin Taylor or Joseph Sigmon at 517-541-1180.
The mission of Housing Services Mid Michigan is to assist low to moderate income individuals and families fulfill their need for affordable, safe, and sanitary housing through participation in federal, state, and local programs and services. Through the coordination of these programs and local providers, Housing Services Mid Michigan will strive to provide a “continuum of care” approach to better serve the diverse needs of program participants and encourage their economic self-sufficiency.