Who We Are.

The Winter Park Housing Authority (WPHA) was created by a City of Winter Park ordinance in 1970. Today, we are a nonprofit organization that owns and operates affordable housing within the city limits.

Our Mission Statement.

“The mission of the Winter Park Housing Authority is to provide a secure, sanitary, non-discriminatory, crime and drug-free environment in a nurturing community where residents have access to resources to become self-sufficient and independent.”

Our Mission Statement.

“The mission of the Winter Park Housing Authority is to provide a secure, sanitary, non-discriminatory, crime and drug-free environment in a nurturing community where residents have access to resources to become self-sufficient and independent.”

What We Do.

We help low-income families and individuals find and keep safe, sanitary, nondiscriminatory, attractive, affordable homes in nurturing Winter Park communities. This provides stability and peace of mind needed to reach goals and achieve greater self-sufficiency. We also connect residents to additional resources of benefit.

What We Do.

We help low-income families and individuals find and keep safe, sanitary, nondiscriminatory, attractive, affordable homes in nurturing Winter Park communities. This provides stability and peace of mind needed to reach goals and achieve greater self-sufficiency. We also connect residents to additional resources of benefit.

Who We Help.

We assist good people from all walks of life. Many are elderly, disabled, or have experienced hardships that have prevented them from achieving financial stability. Some facts about our tenants and housing:

• 55% of our residents are employed
• 35% of our units are occupied by seniors or people with disabilities
• 65% of our units are occupied by families with children
• More than 200 minors live in our apartments
• Less than 1% of our tenants receive Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC)

Who We Help.

We assist good people from all walks of life. Many are elderly, disabled, or have experienced hardships that have prevented them from achieving financial stability. Some facts about our tenants and housing:

• 55% of our residents are employed
• 35% of our units are occupied by seniors or people with disabilities
• 65% of our units are occupied by families with children
• More than 200 minors live in our apartments
• Less than 1% of our tenants receive Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC)

How We Do It.

WPHA currently owns 707 apartments, including 119 public housing units, across 6 multi-family rental properties. We use our funding to offset the cost of rent for our tenants, who pay well below fair market rates at amounts based on household income.

How We Do It.

WPHA currently owns 707 apartments, including 119 public housing units, across 6 multi-family rental properties. We use our funding to offset the cost of rent for our tenants, who pay well below fair market rates at amounts based on household income.

Who Helps Us.

While reliable housing is one of the most basic needs, it alone does not solve all problems. We work closely with numerous agencies and organizations to help those in need achieve more stable, fulfilling, independent lives. These include, but are not limited to:

• The US Department of Housing and Urban Development
• The City of Winter Park
• Winter Park Health Foundation
• Winter Park Library
• Workforce Central
• Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Florida
• Orange County Housing and Community Development
• Lutheran Counseling Services
• Jewish Family Services

Who Helps Us.

While reliable housing is one of the most basic needs, it alone does not solve all problems. We work closely with numerous agencies and organizations to help those in need achieve more stable, fulfilling, independent lives. These include, but are not limited to:

• The US Department of Housing and Urban Development
• The City of Winter Park
• Winter Park Health Foundation
• Winter Park Library
• Workforce Central
• Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Florida
• Orange County Housing and Community Development
• Lutheran Counseling Services
• Jewish Family Services

Apartments

About

1-800-955-8771

718 Margaret Square
Winter Park, FL 32789

Telephone: 407-645-2869
Fax: 407-629-4575

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Monday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday 8: 00 a.m - 5:00 p.m.
Tranquil Terrace 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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