Welcome to the New Albany Housing Authority
The New Albany Housing Authority (NAHA) was established in March of 1937 and began providing affordable housing to the residents of New Albany in 1938. Since the 1930's the New Albany Housing Authority has evolved to become much more in the lives of it's residents than a provider of a roof and four walls. The Housing Authority provides opportunity for self-improvement and personal growth for young families, senior citizens and those eager to improve their career and life prospects.
Residents of the New Albany Housing Authority have access to:
- General Education Development (GED) training programs
- Home Ownership Program for Residents
- Family Self-Sufficiency Program Assistance
- Computer Lab Access
- Access to more than 40 Community Service Providers who provide services in partnership with NAHA
- Transportation Programs for Senior Residents to deliver Seniors to medical appointments, grocery, etc.
The New Albany Housing Authority's Value Statement:
- More than $66,000.00 in funds paid to the City of New Albany and New Albany - Floyd County School Corporation in lieu of taxes
- $0 - The Amount of Local, County and State Funds needed to operate the New Albany Housing Authority
- $3,000,000 - The amount of funds secured by the New Albany Housing Authority for Social Service grants since 1999.
- High Performer Status from Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for Public Housing and Section 8 Program Management
Life can be a struggle for almost all of us with the economic conditions and the decline of the extended family support structure. The New Albany Housing Authority is extending educational training, life skills training and family support resources to residents in need.