A leader in quality housing, NWGHA's mission statement is to provide decent, safe and sanitary housing for eligible families, and to promote self-sufficiency and economic independence for its residents.
About the NWGHA…
NWGHA is comprised of 15 public housing communities and 620 Housing Choice Vouchers (Rome and Rockmart Georgia)
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Now utilizing the
Opening of Waiting List for
Project Based Vouchers
At Ashland Park Apartments
This notice is to advise that effective Monday, August 11, 2014, Northwest Georgia Housing Authority will open the waiting list for the Project Based Voucher Program for Ashland Park Apartments.
Interested applicants must call the Housing Choice Voucher Office at (706) 235-0247 between the hours of 9:00am and 3:00pm to schedule an appointment. Please DO NOT leave a message. Phone calls will not be returned. Walk-in applicants will not be seen. NWGHA will also be accepting applications on the NWGHA’s website. The website is www.NWGHA.com.
Please be advised that effective August 11, 2014 at 3:00pm, Northwest Georgia Housing Authority will close the waiting list for the Ashland Park Apartments Project Based Voucher Program.
NWGHA does not discriminate against individuals based on their race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability and familial status in housing or employment.
Please note that the waiting list for Tenant Based Voucher Program is currently closed.
Welcome to the website of the Northwest Georgia Housing Authority (NWGHA). For the past sixty-three years, NWGHA has been providing safe, decent and sanitary housing for our residents.
In the past few years, NWGHA has progressed into a position of becoming a leader in quality housing. The following improvements have been made to NWGHA communities.
- All NWGHA communities have playgrounds.
- Major modernization efforts have been completed in the John Graham Homes, Main High Apartments, Park Homes, Westview and Eastview.
- Twenty-seven apartments have been newly constructed at the Willingham Village Division Street site.
- Numerous resident programs are in place to assist our residents. These include ROSS Neighborhood Networks Program, ROSS Elderly and Family Program, Resident Associations, Family Self Sufficiency,The House of the Children Academy, a state of the art licensed early learning center and much more.
Our ultimate goal is to assist residents in making the transition from public housing to home ownership. Appalachian Housing Counseling Agency is available to assist residents in this process. We urge residents to become familiar with the resources provided by this authority and to call on the staff if assistance is needed.
We strongly encourage residents to take advantage of these valuable programs and services