205-521-0623
dfoster@habd.net


HOW FAMILIES ARE SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE

The following requirements must be met by families before they are enrolled in the HABD public housing programs:

-Qualify as a family under public housing authority guidelines.
-The head of household must be at least 19 years old or legally married and at least 18 years old.
-Gross Family Income must not exceed the income limits set by HUD.
-If single, must be capable of living independently.
-All family members must be clear of any history of criminal activity involving drug or alcohol abuse or crimes of physical violence to persons or property.
-Applicants must have a history of meeting financial obligations to creditors and prior landlords. References from previous landlords must indicate there is no record of disturbance to neighbors, destruction of property or poor housekeeping habits.

 Click Here For The Housing Application
Individuals interested in applying for public housing may also complete an application at the following locations:

Southtown
2501 8th Ave. So.
205-521-7720
Marks Village
7527 66th St., So.
205-521-7820
Loveman Village
248 1st Ave. SW
205-521-7750

Elyton Village 
31 4th Court West

205-521-7740

Morton Simpson
4600 8th Court
205-521-7800

North B’ham Homes
3127 43rd Ave.
205-521-7780
Cooper Green
1501 Arthur Shores Dr.
205-521-7419
Kimbrough Homes
2817 Wallace Cov. Cir.
205-521-7840
Roosevelt City 
5828 Brewer Drive
205-425-7785
Tom Brown Village
4165 5th Court
205-521-7777

 Harris Homes
514 Chester Ave.
205-521-7790

 Collegeville
3031 29th Avenue
205-521-7760

RESIDENT INVOLVEMENT
Each HABD development has a Resident Council. The Resident Council has elected officers who represent the residents in the community. HABD encourages resident participation in and commentary on the Authority’s programs.

 

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