To provide choices for individuals and families in the selection of safe, affordable, and energy efficient housing.
Housing Choice Voucher Program
This program provides rent subsidy assistance through the issuance of vouchers to individuals and families. Income guidelines must be met and the landlord must be willing to participate in the program. Currently there are 47 entities that form the Central Nebraska Joint Housing Authority (CNJHA)
Family Self Sufficiency Program (FSS)
This case management program supplies support services to Housing choice voucher clients. FSS assists clients with long-term goals to overcome barriers and achieve economic self-sufficiency.
CNCAP Affordable Housing
The Housing Department manages rental units in Loup City, Central City, Ainsworth, Greeley, O’Neill, Cairo, Alda and Bassett. Income guidelines are attached to the rental units, plus the applicant must provide landlord and utility references and show ability to pay rent.
Contact Person: Judy Hughes, Housing Director
308-745-0780 ext. 108
The Housing Department (HD) focuses on providing
housing opportunities within
the Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership
21-County Service Area.
The Housing Department assists families in accessing local, state, and federal housing dollars. Some of the activities include housing rehabilitation, affordable rentals, and energy saving repairs. Each program offering these activities has income eligibility guidelines.
The Department also administers the Housing Choice Voucher Program and the Family Self-Sufficiency Program for the Central Nebraska Joint Housing Authority(CNJHA). The CNJHA has owner-occupied rehabilitation funds available.
Owner Occupied Rehabilitation
The Housing Department administers funds for owner-occupied rehabilitation in numerous counties, cities, and villages. To be eligible for these funds the applicant’s have to income qualify and own the home they are residing in. When the rehabilitation work is completed the home must be brought up to the standards set by the Nebraska Department of Economic Development.
Income eligible applicants receive repairs and efficiency measures that result in saving energy. This program helps reduce the ever increasing costs to heat and cool the homes of Nebraska’s income eligible residents. This program is a grant to income eligible owners and renters and is available throughout the 21-county service area.
Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership will strive to “Empower individuals and families while guiding them in the process to become self-sufficient and experience an improved quality of life.”
Our vision includes:
Empowering individuals and families while guiding them in the process to become self sufficient and experience an improved quality of life.
This process includes enriching relationships, communities and partnerships to further secure resources and collaborate for efficient and effective utilization of all resources for optimum service delivery and positive life changes.
Partnerships with other resources help us lengthen our reach, fill service gaps & break down barriers to achieve our ultimate goal of ending poverty.
Working with the communities we serve, Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership is a trusted catalyst for meaningful and lasting change that improves the lives of people.