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Provided there is continued funding of the program, families can remain on it for as long as they are eligible for a rent subsidy and remain in compliance with their family obligations.
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Senior housing is available. Click here to see what is available in Harford County.
Residents within the municipal limits of Bel Air, Havre de Grace, or Aberdeen, please contact your local government:Bel Air: 410-879-9500Havre de Grace: 410-939-1800Aberdeen: 410-272-1600
Residents outside of the town limits: 15 S. Main StreetBel Air, MD 21014Email: email@example.comFax: 410-879-7148Phone: 410-638-3045
There are four steps to applying for a rental subsidy:1. The head of household's name is placed on the Housing Agency's waiting list.2. When selected from the waiting list, a formal application must be completed.3. The applicant must attend a briefing on rules, regulations, and family obligations.4. The Housing Choice Voucher is issued at the briefing.
For emergency shelters/placements and eviction services, contact the Harford Community Action Agency, 1321-B Woodbridge Station Way, Edgewood, MD 21040
From 1 to 4 p.m., call 410-612-9909, ext. 2204 for an appointment. After hours and weekends, call United Way 211 for emergencies.
Contact one of our housing counselors for information:
15 S. Main Street,Bel Air, MD 21014Phone: 410-638-3045Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For payment issues, please contact one of our housing counselors for information:
15 S Main Street,Bel Air, MD 21014Phone: 410-638-3045Email: email@example.com
For landlord issues, please contact the Housing Agency for assistance and referral:
You can also call the landlord/tenant hotline (Fair Housing Action Center) at 443-447-7336.
Yes, the Livability Code for Rental Housing sets the standard. All rental units in Harford County must meet the health and safety standards for basic equipment and facilities used for light, ventilation, heating, and sanitation.
If the matter involves unlawful discrimination in housing within Harford County, the individual can contact the Harford County Office of Human Relations; the MD Commission on Human Relations; the Fair Housing Action Center, 410-989-3811; and/or the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). If the individual is seeking assistance in obtaining housing, he or she may want to contact the Housing Agency and/or Department of Social Services.
There is one program available - Section 8 (Housing Choice Voucher Program).
Single people, families, elderly people, and disabled people qualify for the program. Qualification is based on income and family composition.