The Missoula Housing Authority offers a variety of different housing assistance programs to low and middle income households in Missoula and the surrounding area. To learn about the different opportunites for receiving assistance, please read the program summaries below, and click on any that you'd like to learn more about.
Public Housing has the mission to provide safe, decent, and affordable rental housing to low income families. Anyone can apply for public housing, by attending a Mandatory Orientation session. Learn more...
MHA's Affordable Housing consists of the following:
Low Income Housing Tax Credit
The Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program (LIHTC), created under Section 42 of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 to encourage investors to help build affordable housing for low income individuals and families. Learn more...
Information on Speedway is coming soon.
Housing Choice Vouchers make private-market housing affordable for low-income families and individuals. The Missoula Housing Authority administers Housing Choice Vouchers and forms a partnership with tenants and landlords to provide housing opportunities throughout the City of Missoula and outside the city limits within a ten-mile radius. Through the Housing Choice Voucher program, 774 families have secured quality housing in neighborhoods of their choice in Missoula. Learn more...
How do I apply?
If you are interested in applying for any of MHA’s subsidized housing programs, rental assistance programs, or homeless programs, please visit the How to Apply page for information on the application process.