Limited Intake of Project Based Voucher Units (PBV)

Pre-applications will be taken online only at www.abqha.org until further notice. Pre-applications will not be taken in paper format. All applicants must apply online. Walk-ins will not be accepted.

Supporting documentation is not required for your pre-application. Your pre-application may be completed anytime for free through an internet connected computer or suitable smartphone at www.abqha.org.

AHA is committed to assisting persons with disabilities. If you require reasonable accommodation or other special assistance, please call 505.764.3953 or email update@abqha.org

Click Here for Information and to Submit a Pre-Application for Project Based Voucher (PBV) Rental Assistance

Pre-Applications for Public Housing & Section 8 HCV Programs Remain Restricted

  • Applicants who are in need of housing due to fire or condemnation of housing, AHA has a detailed policy. Please read the policy in our Admissions and Continued Occupancy (ACOP) Section “4.III.B Selection Method” on page 69 & 70. Applicants must meet AHA ‘s criteria for admission.

  • AHA will continue to accept applications for homeless veterans through the HUD Veterans Assistance for Supportive Housing (VASH) Program. This program is administered in conjunction with the United States Veterans Administration. Please call 505.764.3920 if you have questions about the administration of this program. Applicants for this program will be initially screened by the Veterans Administration.

Exceptions

Applications that do not meet one of the above two exceptions will not be accepted by AHA until such time that further action is taken by the AHA Board of Commissioners. Please check back to this webpage to see if there are any other changes to AHA’s application restrictions.

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