Welcome to our website. Texas Housing Association is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the education and information needs of the 400+ public housing authorities/agencies (PHAs) in Texas. Our members are agencies that administer the Low Rent Public Housing Program and the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program. We invite all Vendors doing business with or wishing to do business with Texas housing agencies to become  Associate Members.

WE DO NOT PROVIDE HOUSING OR TAKE APPLICATIONS.   In Texas you must apply directly with the housing authority in the town in which you wish to live.  For a directory of agencies in Texas, click here.








From BDO PHA Finance:  If any PHAs need assistance with insurance claims (as a result of damage from Harvey) we can definitely assist.  Contact Brian Alten at 215-940-7812  or balten@bdo.com


another one down!

If you count non-registered speakers, we had over 625 “cross the threshold”. We hope everyone who attended left with something that made the trip worth while–some good info, a cool door prize, a new friend, a sense of renewed energy and purpose…. Many, many thanks to everyone who helped with registration, badge checking, projector set up and moral support.  Hope to see everyone next year in Galveston!

Conference Presentations

Conference Photos
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Texoma Council of Governments (TCOG) is providing utility assistance for eligible households residing in COLLIN, DENTON, HUNT, and ROCKWALL counties.  Eligibility is based on income of 150% of poverty level.  For application, click here.


ATTENTION FAMILIES LOOKING FOR SECTION 8 VOUCHER ASSISTANCE:  Watch out for SCAMS! Reportedly, there are Internet Sites claiming to be application sites for voucher assistance.   They are taking fees and personal information from people claiming to put them on waiting lists. These are BOGUS! The only way you can apply for voucher assistance is directly through a local housing authority.  Click  here  to find the applicable housing authority Texas.