Campbell County, Kentucky

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Announcement

The Section 8 housing Waitlist is now closed

Campbell County Department of Housing will make every reasonable accommodation to assist qualified disabled persons in accessing available services. If there is a need for CCDH to be aware of a specific requirement you are encouraged to contact the agency at (859) 261-5200 or TDD/TTY 1-800-545-1833 Ext. 947 so suitable arrangements may be considered for the delivery of service.

Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity

  • Applicants may not submit more than one application to the waitlist.

  • Changes cannot be made online. Please report all application changes in writing to the office, including address, phone number, income, and family composition.

  • To check your status on the waitlist, please call (859) 292-8777. You must enter the head of household's social security number to obtain your waitlist status. Please allow 10 days from the date of application for the waitlist to update with your status.

  • You will be notified in writing of your appointment once you have been selected from the waitlist.

  • It is important to have a reliable mailing address and to keep your mailing address current with CCDH at all times. If your notice of invite is returned to CCDH as undeliverable to your address of record with CCDH, for any reason, you will be removed from the waitlist without further notification.

Waitlist Preference Definitions and required preference verification

Preference: First Residency 

Reason or Cause: Head of Household, Spouse, or Sole Member lives or works in Campbell or Pendleton County, Kentucky.

Documentation Required:

  • Lease agreement, Utility bill, Pay stub, Two pieces of first class mail

Preference: Second Residency

Reason or Cause: Head of Household, Spouse, or Sole Member lives or works in one of the following Kentucky counties: Kenton, Boone, or Bracken OR the following Ohio counties: Hamilton or Clermont.

Documentation Required:

  • Lease agreement, Utility bill, Pay stub, Two pieces of first class mail

Residency preference verification must be current at the time it is selected (dated within the month of application) and at the time eligibility is determined (dated within the month of the applicant family’s eligibility appointment) or, for lease agreements, including the months of the family’s pre-application submission and eligibility appointment. Generally, only one type of documentation is required. For example, you may bring a lease agreement OR two pieces of first class mail. You must verify your preference was valid in the month you applied and in the month of your eligibility appointment.

Preference: Veterans

Reason or Cause: Head of Household, Spouse, or Sole Member is an honorably discharged Veteran. 

Documentation Required:

  • DD214

Preference: Elderly

Reason or Cause: Sole member if household is age 62 or older.

Documentation Required:

  • Birth Certificate, Baptismal Certificate, Driver’s License, Census Records, Official Records of Birth or other authoritative document(s)

Preference: Disability

Reason or Cause: Any member of the applicant family listed on the pre-application has a disability.

Documentation Required:

  • The PHA’s Certification of Disabled Status form completed by a physician, medical professional, or other reliable source as defined in the PHA’s administrative plan documenting the family member meets HUD’s definition of disability (contact your representative at the PHA to obtain).

  • Paperwork documenting benefits are received due to disability (i.e. Social Security Administration).

Generally, only one type of documentation is required FOR EACH preference claimed.Preferences claimed on the pre-application must be current on the date of pre-application and at the time eligibility is determined. Updates to preferences can be reported by the applicant family, in writing and within 10 days, while a family is on the waitlist. For example, if a family moves to an area that makes them eligible for the residency preference while they’re on the waitlist, they may report the change to the agency to claim the preference, or, if a sole applicant turns 62 while they’re on the waitlist, they may report the change to the agency to claim the preference. If an applicant family has claimed a preference that is not verifiable or for which they are not eligible they will be returned to the waitlist without the preference listed. You must verify your preference was valid in the month you applied and in the month of your eligibility appointment.