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MHA Housing Tribune - July 2020


July 2020

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

To help protect you and your family, we are sharing links to the latest information from the CDC.

Click here for COVID-19 information...

Information and Resources for Tenants during COVID-19


Dates to Remember

Rent due 1-5

Last day for rent 20

Court papers filed 21


Care Packages

Monroe Housing Authority (MHA) along with the Monroe Police Department distributed Care Packages to all residents that included supplies such as masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and more.

Group Distributing Care Packages


Now Enrolling in Monroe-Union County Earn a Stipend while you Learn

The YouthBuild Program provides pathways to education, jobs, entrepreneurship, and other opportunities to youth ages 16 to 24, helping them to rebuild their communities and their lives.

Come learn while you earn flyer - all info below

Do you know someone

  • Who needs their GED?
  • Who need work experience and job skills?
  • Who needs to gain industry-recognized certifications?

16-24 Years Old
Unemployed and looking for a new career?

Your time is NOW

Come Learn while you Earn

Contact us for more information (704) 244-009
Email

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West Ridge RAD Conversion Plans

Monroe Housing Authority (MHA) is in the process of completing its first Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) conversion.  Plans are being finalized for the conversion of 33 units located in West Ridge (Boyte and Hart Streets) from Public Housing to Project Based Vouchers (PBV).  West Ridge residents have participated in information sessions and planning and are excited about the upcoming remodeling of units and RAD conversion.  MHA has plans to convert its entire Public Housing portfolio to PBV.

West Ridge exterior with flowering tree


YWCA Grab N Go Packets for Homework

MHA donated sweet treats to the YWCA at Willow Oaks for their "GRAB N GO PACKETS." Every week the teachers at the YWCA gives students homework and when the student returns their homework back to the YWCA and the student receives their packet of delicious goodies. Thank you to the YWCA for continuing the learning even through the summer and making it fun!

Thank you note  goodies packets for students

Anna McRae, Executive Director delivers snacks and supplies to the YWCA in MHA's Willow Oaks community.

Table with homework and goodies Anna McRae, ED giving packet to student

Student receiving packet in exchange for homework Student getting goodie bag


Hearts for Monroe Food Distribution

Hearts for Monroe has been serving the communities of MHA all summer long with truckloads of food, goodies, and love. Thank you to Hearts for Monroe for all you do for our families. 

bringing boxes of food to community delivering boxes of food to community

Handing over box of goods Resident receiving care box


MHA Phone Directory

MHA Main Number 704-289-2514

Work Orders   Ext. 21
Public Housing  Ext. 31
HCV Program  Ext. 32

Emergency Maintenance 704.989.5085

Due to COVID-19, MHA's administrative and satellite offices are closed to the public. Appointments and any necessary business will be conducted via telephone and email only. Applicants wishing to apply for housing may do so by logging into our website at www.monroehousing-nc.com. We encourage residents to utilize our website Resident Portal.