Daytona Beach Housing Authority Awarded Grant from HUD; Vouchers Still Available.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
The Mainstream Voucher Program from HUD assists people that are homeless and disabled, and it is the first time Daytona Beach has received this grant.
Daytona Beach Housing Authority (DBHA) received a $451,000 grant to help with the homeless. It is the first time Daytona Beach has received this grant from HUD. The Mainstream Voucher Program assists those who are homeless (or about to be homeless), and disabled be placed into affordable housing.
To qualify, you must be between the ages of 18 and 61 and need documented proof citizenship, disability, and register as homeless. Once a voucher is received, a caseworker is assigned to assist with finding housing, moving and ensuring adherence to the program.
The grant allows DBHA to assist 60 people/families, and only 16 vouchers have been utilized. They are also looking for landlords with available space to rent.
f you have questions or are a landlord contact the Daytona Beach Housing Authority at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (386) 253-5653.