Types of Subsidized Housing
KCHA owns and manages more than 70 subsidized housing properties. Some primarily serve families; others are open only to seniors and the disabled. You apply for all of these types of housing using the same application form. Please note that KCHA's moderate-income housing and its other rental housing include different properties. Their application processes also vary.
Our housing search tool can give you an estimate of your eligibility for all of KCHA's programs — including subsidized housing — based on your family size, income, and housing preferences.
You can also browse the different types of subsidized housing listed in the categories below.
For Families, Seniors Age 55+, Disabled Persons
KCHA rents more than 2,500 units of this type of housing across the county. These homes range between 1 and 5 bedrooms in size. In most cases, residents pay no more than 30 percent of their household monthly income for rent and utilities.