Current Residents

 
To review your client information, visit the OHA Tenant Portal​

Oakland Housing Authority owns, manages or contracts the management of 283 properties throughout Oakland neighborhoods. Our apartment homes offer an array of amenities and residents are able to access services designed to enrich their lives and help develop their skills along their path to self-sufficiency. 
 
Residents can locate their property manager by clicking in the property below.

OHA Large Housing Communities

 

Additionally, OHA manages smaller properties throughout Oakland that are organized by geographic area. Residents can locate their Property Administrator by clicking on the neighborhood below.

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​​Housing Programs ​ ​         Housing Program Descriptions
Housing​ Choice Vou​chers
​​(Section 8)​
​Participants in the Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) Program rent housng units in the open market through a lease negotiated with a private landlord. OHA is not a party to the lease, but does pay a portion of the rent directly to the landlord on behalf of the resident.

Project Based ​V​ouchers ​Tenants who reside in units using the Project-based Voucher Program have rent subsidized similarly to those using Section 8 Vouchers. However, the Voucher is tied to the unit, not the resident. Therefore, once the tenant moves they can no longer benefit from that Project-based Voucher. Residents of these units pay a portion of their rent and OHA also pays a portion to the property owner on behalf of the tenant.

Special Project Housing ​Oakland Housing Authority thanks you for ​​choosing one of our communities to call home. You may use this site to access a variety of services that support your household. The services available through this website vary depending on whether your home is located on a property that is owned or managed by OHA, Oakland Affordable Housing Preservation Initiatives (OAHPI) or by OHA's Asset Management Department​ through a 3rd party vendor. Please refer to the lists below to determine whom to contact.

Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH) Program​ ​America's Veterans may access the VASH program for subsidized rent and case management services through the U.S. Department of Veteran​s Affairs​​. Homeless Vets must be referred by the local VA Medical Center.

Shelter Plus Care​​ ​Through this program affordable housing and support services are​ offered to homeless people living on the street. To qualify for assistance, participants must be homeless and disabled by chronic alcohol or drug problems, serious mental illness, or AIDS and Related Disorders. In addition to receiving a rental subsidy, Shelter Plus Care participants receive support services through a network of local service agencies. Shelter Plus Care is run by the Alameda County Housing and Community Development Department in partnership with the Oakland, Alameda City, and Alameda County Housing Authorities.​
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