NOTICE

Due to efforts to control the COVID-19 outbreak and protect everyone’s health, the Helena Housing Authority (HHA) office is closed to the public.  HHA staff will continue to work and be available by phone, email, and mail.

HHA’s phone number is (406) 442-7970.

For HHA staff direct contact information, please click here.

Rent & Document Drop-Off

You may mail or drop off documents at our offices at 812 Abbey or send by email.  HHA has a rent and document deposit box along the sidewalk across from our offices at 812 Abbey St. Helena, MT 59601 and also has a rent mail slot next to the office front door.  You may safely and securely drop off rent payments or necessary documents there if it is convenient for you.  Please make sure to put your rent or documents in an envelope addressed to the attention of your housing program staff person, clearly identified with your name and address.

Work Orders

Please call-in or email maintenance work orders.  Please keep a distance of at least 6 feet away if maintenance staff comes to your unit.  If anyone is sick in your household, please notify HHA when placing a work order.

 

We are sorry for any inconvenience and we appreciate your cooperation to protect the health and safety of our staff and all those we serve in the Helena community.

Thank you.

PUBLIC HOUSING

As Helena's largest landlord, HHA manages 366 (1-5 bedroom) units scattered across Montana's Capital City, of which 76 sit at the base of Helena's historic Fire Tower in our designated Elderly/Disabled building.

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VOUCHER PROGRAMS

HHA offers several tenant-based voucher programs that allow low-income individuals and families to lease or purchase safe, decent, and affordable privately-owned housing.

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Managed by HHA under the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program, residents must meet certain income criteria. HHA manages 31 units at Wilder Apartments and 16 at Roadrunner Residence.

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HELENA LEARNING CENTER

A state-of-the-art energy efficient community center designed to integrate education and employment services to help public housing residents achieve economic self-sufficiency.

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