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Perry Metropolitan Housing Authority

About Perry Metropolitan Housing Authority

The Perry Metropolitan Housing Authority (PMHA) is a public entity that is funded basically through the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. PMHA provides safe, sanitary, affordable, and fair housing to low income individuals/families. PMHA currently have three housing programs which are Public Housing, Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher, and Perry DD Supported Living Program.

 

Administrative Office
26 Brown Circle Drive
Crooksville, Ohio 43731

(740) 982-5991 - Phone
(740) 982-1274 - Fax

Michael A. Hankinson, Executive Director
(740) 586-5664 - Mobile
Email: mike@perrymha.org

Christina Curtis, Deputy Director
(740) 586-2026 - Mobile
Email: christina@perrymha.org

Board of Directors
Klemm Ungemach, Chairman
Paula Blacker
Christopher Sandefur
Eric Kildow
Larry Taylor

 

Crooksville Public Housing Site
26 Brown Circle Drive
Crooksville, Ohio 43731

(740) 982-5991 - Phone
(740) 982-1274 - Fax

Christina Curtis and Michael Hankinson

 

Roseville Public Housing Site
13000 Parkview Drive
Roseville, Ohio 43777

(740) 697-0323 - Phone
(740) 697-0411 – Fax

Elaine Lewis, Roseville Project Manager 
Email: elaine@perrymha.org

 

Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Office
26 Brown Circle Drive
Crooksville, Ohio 43731

(740) 982-8021 - Phone
(740) 982-8025 – Fax

Sherry Lantz, Section 8 & FSS Coordinator
Email: sherry@perrymha.org

Angela Schooley, Section 8 Staff
Email: angela@perrymha.org

 

Public Housing Program is our own homes and apartments that are located in Crooksville and Roseville. There are 118 total units with 53 in Crooksville and 65 in Roseville. The apartments in Crooksville are designated and approved by HUD to be for senior living. Four of the apartments have been designed for handicap accessibility. PMHA is a smoke free property.

 

Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program is for rental assistance to the approved landlords throughout Perry County. PMHA has been awarded 218 vouchers through HUD, but the total issues depends on federal funding.

 

Supported Living Program which is funded through the State Board of DD. The funding is for the purchase of houses for DD clients. We have 5 homes in Perry County that we help house clients from Perry DD. Three of the homes are for individuals and two homes are for families.