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).



If you know someone that needs our assistance, please have them contact us at (573) 317-9233.

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

Housing Voucher Program
Tenant Packet

 

Annual Tenant Recertification Packet

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

Housing Voucher Program
Landord Packet

Other Program Forms

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LOCATIONS
Targeted Case Management
100 Third St., PO Box 722
Camdenton, MO 65020

Phone: 573-317-9233

Fax: 573-317-9332

Administration Office
5816 Osage Beach Pkwy, Suite 108
Osage Beach, MO 65065

Phone: 573-693-1511

Fax: 573-693-1515

info@ccddr.org

HOURS
Monday - Friday 
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM and  
12:30 PM to 4:00 PM

EMERGENCY LINE
573-469-5851
(24 hours/7days)

Call 9-1-1, if life threatening!

CARF-Accredited Service Provider

CARF-accredited service providers meet the highest national and international standards for quality in the provision of services & supports for persons with developmental disabilities. CARF accreditation also demonstrates quality on a more personal level... the continued satisfaction of those we serve.