Welcome to the Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) online Newsroom where you can find information about our agency, press releases, special bulletins, newsletters, news articles and other announcements.
Members of the media may call Executive Director Katherine Harasz at (408) 993-2903.
The Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) has made a revision to its Administrative Plan (Chapter 6, Section 6.4).
The Vietnamese Voluntary Foundation (VIVO) is providing Housing Search Support to Section 8 participants displaced by the recent flood.
Learn about SCCHA’s Family Self-Sufficiency Program, Strive Scholarship Program, Section 8 Program: New Subsidy Standards...
The Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) is now accepting applications for its Strive scholarship program. Strive was created to provide post-secondary educational financial assistance for Section 8 tenants or tenants of rental properties managed or affiliated with SCCHA.
Housing Authority offers financial incentives to property owners who re-rent an eligible unit to another section 8 tenant.
50 Years of Making Homes and Growing Communities;Celebrating Our Accomplishments;Meet Our Staff: Policy Team
SCCHA is welcoming bids to provide housing search/locator services to our Section 8 tenants who are shopping for housing. If your agency is experienced in helping low-income clients obtain housing in the difficult Bay area rental market, SCCHA wants your expertise. To submit a proposal click on the link below.
SCCHA and the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley are providing information regarding Section 8 Tenants’ legal rights for those who have been displaced by the February 2017 Coyote Creek Flood. More information in English, Vietnamese and Spanish can be found here.
The Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) will offer Strive Scholarships for fall 2017. Strive was created to provide post-secondary educational financial assistance for Section 8 tenants or tenants of rental properties owned or affiliated with SCCHA. Scholarships will be awarded to graduating high school seniors and college students attending a university, community college or technical school on a full or part-time basis in fall 2017.