Greenville Housing Commission - Housing Authority

Below is the information for Greenville Housing Commission, a Housing Authority in Greenville MI :
Details: The Greenville Housing Commission was established by the City of Greenville in 1969. The Public Housing Program was built and first occupied in 1972. The Public Housing Program has 54 units for elderly and disabled individuals (Friendship House West) and 35 single-family units. In 1979, the Greenville Housing Commission established the Greenville Housing Development Corporation, and obtained funding under the Section 8 New Construction Program to build another 41 units of elderly and disabled units (Friendship House East) along with 20 townhouses (Chase Ridge Townhomes). The Section 8 Housing Voucher Program funding was obtained in 1989 and initially provided funding for 25 vouchers. The program has grown to provide funding for 107 vouchers. Our current service area encompasses a 20 mile radius of Greenville.
Address: 308 E Oak Street
Greenville, MI 48838
Contact Phone: (616)754-7179
Fax: (616)754-1393

Programs Available:
  • Low-Rent (Public Housing) - affordable apartments for low-income families, the elderly and persons with disabilities.
  • Section 8 (Housing Choice Voucher Program) - find your own place and use the voucher to pay for all or part of the rent.
To Apply: Contact the housing assistance agency at the phone number above, or via the website if available.


Nearby Assistance Programs

EightCAP, Inc. - Montcalm County Community Services
Community Action Agency
906 Oak Drive - Turk Lake
Greenville, MI 48838 | 6.2 miles away
Montcalm Housing Commission
Housing Authority
Howard City, MI 49329 | 19.1 miles away

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