Section 8 of the United States Housing Act of 1937 allows many low-income families to find decent housing by paying for the rent of the aforementioned low-income families. The devastating effects of the recession coupled with federal cost-cutting measures, however, threaten to kick many low-income families off their homes and into the streets. The problem… Read more »
Section 8 Housing
Section 8 of the United States Housing Act of 1937 provides financial support and aid to hundreds of families but it has its roots in the times of the Great Depression. In the year 1937, the Congress Government of the United States passed the U.S Housing Act, which sparked off the beginning of federal housing… Read more »
Financial Help for Single Mothers in Colorado Single mothers are burdened with the responsibilities of two persons. They act as both parents to their kids in terms of providing adequate support financially and emotionally. But most of the time, what they earn is not even enough to keep them “afloat”. Colorado endeavors to make life… Read more »
The Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP) is underscored in Section 8 of the 1937 U.S. Housing Act1 – often simply known as Section 8. HCVP is one of the housing programs of the federal government that benefits at least 3 million people – in which the recipient pays about 30 percent of their income for… Read more »
Nothing is worse than the stress of facing homelessness. With the rising cost of basic necessities like food and clothing, struggling single parents find it difficult to keep “a roof over their heads”. The federal government offers a wide range of support and assistance aimed to increase home ownership and affordable housing for single mothers…. Read more »
The government has floated many schemes and programs for the benefit of the single mothers. Various types of grants for single mothers are made available to help get their life back on track.