Waiting list-GPHA

GPHA currently has a waiting list depending on the need and federal funds available.

In order to help those in great need, GPHA implemented preferences.  Once your application has been processed you will receive a letter stating that you have been placed on the waiting list according to our local preferences which are:

WAITING LIST PREFERENCES

Applicants must choose a waiting list preference by checking a box, and provide the requested documentation.  Please read the required documents list, and provide the documents when submitting an application.  The applicant’s waiting list preference is set at the time of application, and will not be changed after the application is processed.

Victims of Domestic Violence

Documentation required: Victims must sign a confidentiality release and/or provide a letter from a domestic violence center stating the center worked with the applicant.  GPHA will also check police records regarding the applicant to ensure information is accurate.

Rural households residing within GPHA Counties (processed in the following order and by date applied)

  • Elderly and disabled households
  • Families with minor children
  • Singles & couples

Non-rural households residing within GPHA Counties (processed in the following order and by date applied)

  • Elderly and disabled households
  • Families with minor children
  • Singles & couples

Applicants must provide documentation demonstrating residency in GPHA Counties.  Documents must show a current Stutsman, Foster, Wells or Logan County address (PO Box addresses not accepted).  Acceptable documents include pay stubs, utility bills, lease, cell phone or phone bills, or a notarized letter demonstrating established residence.

Non-residents of GPHA Counties (processed in the following order and by date applied)

  • Elderly and disabled households
  • Families with minor children
  • Singles & couples

GPHA will notify applicants if they are on a waiting list.  Great Plains Housing Authority handles Section 8 housing assistance and does not own any properties.

GPHA continues to prepare families that it can take 6 months or longer to get housing assistance.