Housing Voucher Program

The Camden County Senate Bill 40 Board Housing Voucher Program (HVP) has been established in hopes of promoting independent and integrated living for Camden County residents with developmental disabilities. HVP is designed to assist individuals with developmental disabilities and families or guardians who have individuals with developmental disabilities living with them to obtain safe, decent, sanitary, and affordable housing within and throughout Camden County. The HVP offers rental assistance payments on behalf of eligible participants to landlords who choose to participate in the program. The monthly rental assistance payment is paid directly to the landlord on behalf of the participant(s), and the amount paid is based on the total household income of the participant(s).

Residents : How the Housing Voucher Program Works

An individual, family, or guardian applies for rental assistance at the Camden County Senate Bill 40 Board office. Staff will determine eligibility. Once determined eligible, a rental dwelling is sought and determined. Staff will calculate the portion of the rental payments to be paidby the Camden County Senate Bill 40 Board and the portion of the rental payments to be paid by the individual or family. Staff will then contact the landlord for the home chosen to determine if the landlord is willing to participate in the program and toschedule adate for an initial inspection of the dwelling. Once the dwelling passes inspection; all parties sign all contracts, addenda, and agreements; and all monies due are paid to the landlord, the individual or family will begin occupying the dwelling. Each year thereafter, the process will be repeated.

Download the Full Application Packet for Eligiblity Requirements and Additional Details


Landlords : How the Housing Voucher Program Works

An individual, family, or guardian applies for rental assistance at the Camden County Senate Bill 40 Board office. Staff will determine eligibility. Once determined eligible, a rental dwelling is sought and determined. Staff will calculate the portion of the rental payments to be paidby the Camden County Senate Bill 40 Board and the portion of the rental payments to be paid by the individual or family. Staff will then contact the landlord for the home chosen to determine if the landlord is willing to participate in the program and toschedule adate for an initial inspection of the dwelling. Once the dwelling passes inspection; all parties sign all contracts, addenda, and agreements; and all monies due are paid to the landlord, the individual or family will begin occupying the dwelling. Each year thereafter, the process will be repeated

Download the Full Landord Packet for Eligiblity Requirements and Additional Details

Individual Housing Voucher Program Forms & Documents

Lake Area Housing Initiative

Lake Area Housing Initiative is a collaborative effort to identify barriers and promote solutions to meet the multiple housing needs of the Lake of the Ozarks Area.

Our Core Values

  • Increased availability of housing that is both affordable and of high quality
  • Housing that is inclusive and incorporates Universal Design
  • Service enriched housing which provides independent living for all populations
  • Housing that maximizes the potential for people to age in place
  • Housing that meets the needs of the Lake Area’s workforce
  • Partnership and education of stakeholders
  • Promote and support the nonprofit housing development community

For more information or to get involved, please email jeanna@ccddr.org.

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September 20th, 2018 Developing Inclusive Workforce Housing Conference

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CCDDR helps people with development disabilities

Another CCDDR event over the holidays.

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Conference Welcome

-Don Williams, 2nd District Commissioner, Camden County

Conference Welcome

-Ed Thomas, Executive Director, Camden County Developmental Disability Resources

Lake of the Ozarks Regional Housing Study

-Jeff hancock, LOREDC Area Housing Task Force Co-Chair

Building and Implementing a Prototype Housing Site Information System

-Pat Curry, Community Economic Development Specialist, University of Missouri Extension

-Martha Bass, PhD Candidate, Division of Applied Social Sciences, University of Missouri Extension

-Michele Kroll, Community Development Specialist, University of Missouri Extension

Keynote Panel—Universal Design: Why Not?

-Jim Ruedin, Executive Director, Delta Center for Independent Living—Panel Moderator

-Nathan Franklin, Universal Design Homeowner, St. Charles County—Panel Member

-Melissa Franklin, Universal Design Homeowners, St. Charles County—Panel Member

-Vito Lucido, Independent Living Services Manager, Delta Center for Independent Living—Panel Member

-Michelle Woods, Homeowner Support Manager, Habitat for Humanity—St Charles—Panel Member

 -Greg Lee, UD Construction Consultant, Double Diamond Construction & Development, LLC—Panel

State of the Market: A Realtor Perspective

-Jeff Krantz, Broker/Owner RE/MAX Lake of the Ozarks

-Jason Whittle, Broker/Owner RE/MAX Lake of the Ozarks

 

 

Developing Inclusive Workforce Housing: Where Do We Go From Here?

-Wayne Crawford, Executive Director, Missouri Inclusive Housing Development Corporation