Project-Based Voucher Waiting Lists
The Housing Choice Voucher program offers two housing options: the tenant-based and project-based. The tenant-based program allows assisted households to use a voucher at open rental markets units. Project-based voucher waiting lists are open for those who live or work in Anaheim. The program offers rental housing options at specific housing locations. You may you apply for all the buildings that meet your family's needs. See tabs below for specific building descriptions and to apply to the waiting lists.
Multifamily and Senior Projects
PBV housing locations offer a variety of housing options. Some buildings are intended for families, while others are age restricted, intended for seniors only. AHA also offers a number of PBV locations that provide amenities and/or services specifically for persons with disabilities. For these buildings, you must contact the referral agency listed by the property in order to be placed on that property-specific waiting list.
To apply for PBV family and senior housing options, complete the online application. You must apply to each housing site that you are interested in by checking the location during the application process. Please remember that the PBV waiting lists below are open only for the Live/Work preference and you must be eligible for that preference to apply. The work preference is only granted if you are able to provide proof you work at least 40 hours per month in the City of Anaheim to qualify for the preference.
Cherry Orchard, 2748 W. Lincoln Avenue
Construction completed in 2013, this complex offers 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units with a variety of floor plans, large closets and granite countertops. A resource center with free programs offered to residents is onsite.
Vintage Crossings, 700 E. South Street
Construction completed in 2012, Vintage Crossings offers 2 and 3 bedroom townhome-style units. A resource center with free programs offered to residents is onsite, as well as a swimming pool.
Pradera, 130 N. Citrus Ranch Road (Off Lincoln Avenue)Construction completed in 2011, this complex offers 2 and 3 bedroom townhome-style units. A resource center with free programs offered to residents is onsite.
Hermosa Village, 1515 S. Calle del Mar
Completely remodeled in 2008-2009 and located close to the resort area, Hermosa Village offers 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom units. A resource center with free programs offered to residents is onsite, as well as a computer lab and a swimming pool.
Bel’Age Manor, 1660 W. Broadway Bel’Age Manor offers 1 bedroom units with comfortably-sized bedrooms and bathrooms. Plenty of common areas, including recreation and game rooms, are available to tenants. This property features onsite activities. 55+ Years.
Miracle Terrace, 225 S. Western Avenue Miracle Terrace offers 0 and 1 bedroom units and is conveniently located near amenities. 62+ Years.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to qualify for a preference to apply to a PBV waiting list?
Yes. To apply to a regular multifamily and senior building waiting list, you must qualify for the Live/Work preference. You must also provide proof you are eligible for this preference. For example, for persons who state that they live in Anaheim, a rental lease agreement and utility bills are required. To qualify as working in Anaheim, you must be employed or volunteer at least 40 hours per month or participate in an education or job training program in Anaheim.
What apartment size do I qualify for?
Anaheim Housing Authority will approve two people per bedroom. See the chart below for more information on apartment size and your family size.
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Will I still receive assistance if I move from a PBV apartment?
If you are a tenant in good standing and you have lived in your apartment for at least one year, you may be eligible to move with a voucher. The ability to receive a tenant-based voucher when you want to move depends on program funding and if any vouchers are available at that time.
Do I have to pass a credit check at the property?
Yes. Renting a PBV unit is like renting an apartment anywhere else. You must still meet the landlord’s credit, rental history and criminal background criteria. You will also be responsible for paying for credit checks, application fees and security deposit.
Do PBV buildings have any special amenities?
Yes, many buildings have free services to tenants, such as afterschool programs and computer literacy classes.
Special Needs Projects
To apply for these specialized housing options, complete the online application. You must apply to each housing site that you are interested in by checking the location during the application process. Waiting times vary by housing site.
You must be homeless (living on the streets, a car, a transitional housing facility, a shelter or in a medical facility with nowhere to go upon discharge) and be HIV positive. These units are for 1 to 2 people only. Those who live or work in Anaheim are given preference. To qualify for the waiting list you must be screened and referred by Radiant Health Center.
Radiant Health Center
These units are designated only for single-member households who are developmentally disabled. Those who live or work in Anaheim are given preference. To qualify for the waiting list you must be screened and referred by the Regional Center Orange County.
To apply for this project for households with a developmentally disabled member, contact:
Regional Center Orange County
These 1-bedroom units are designated only for homeless and disabled households with 1 or 2 members. Applicants must be seniors, at least 62 years or older.
To qualify for the waiting list, applicants must be screened and referred by the Orange County Continuum of Care Coordinated Entry System.
Those who live or work in Anaheim are given preference.
Orange County Health Care Agency
Anaheim Housing Program.