- Senior and Accessible Housing
- Families Displaced by Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault
- Low-Income Alaskans Renting from Private Individuals
- Low-Income Alaskans Seeking Public Housing
- Low-Income Alaskans on Parole or Probation & Youth Aging out of Foster Care
- Homeless Veterans and their Families
- Alaskans Eligible for Community-Based Long-Term Assistance
- Waiting List Status
AHFC offers a variety of rental programs to accommodate the diverse housing needs of Alaskans and ensure that all residents have access to safe, quality, affordable rentals. Please review the descriptions below to find out what program is right for you.
AHFC provides rental housing to both low-income Alaskans over the age of 62 years and Alaskans with disabilities. Some locations offer an on-site service coordinator that enables residents to remain independent in their homes as long as possible.
Single, Homeless Individuals in Anchorage
In partnership with Anchorage NeighborWorks, the Adelaide building serves single, homeless individuals. For more information, call 907-258-9017 or visit http://www.nwalaska.org/rental-properties/adelaide-apartments
The Empowering Choice Housing Program (ECHP) is a referral-based, transitional rental assistance program designed to meet the housing needs of families displaced due to domestic violence and sexual assault.
The Housing Choice Voucher Program helps eligible low-income Alaskans lease privately owned rental units from participating landlords. This program is available in 12 Alaska communities.
AHFC offers safe, quality and affordable public housing in 13 communities across Alaska. The properties typically have an on-site management and maintenance staff that is responsive to residents’ needs.
The Tenant-based Rental Assistance Program is a referral-based, transitional, rental assistance program for eligible low-income families. Families must be referred from the State of Alaska Department of Corrections or the State of Alaska Department of Health and Human Services Office of Children’s Services.
The Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH) Program is a referral-based housing assistance program designed to meet the housing needs of homeless veterans and their families.
The Moving Home Program (MHP) is a referral-based, rental assistance program designed to help individuals or families transition into housing from homelessness or institutional settings.