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2021 Fact Sheet

About HACC

  • HACC was established in 1939.
  • HACC currently provides housing opportunities and assistance for over 2,000 families through our various programs administered in Champaign County.
  • HACC is 1 of 39 Housing Agencies in the country with a "Moving to Work" designation.
  • All HACC Properties are Non-Smoking.
  • HACC is governed by a Board of Commissioners consisting of 7 members appointed to 5-year terms. Our Board of Commissioners is appointed by the County of Champaign (1), the Cities of Urbana (3) and Champaign (2), and our Resident Advisory Board (1).
  • HACC employs over 40 Staff Members.
  • HACC currently maintains 338 RAD Units.
  • HACC maintains 469 LIHTC units of affordable housing.
  • HACC earned an MTW designation in 2010.
  • HACC clients contribute more than $32,634,620. 

Housing Choice Voucher Program

  • HCVP provides 1,314 rental assistance in privately owned rental units for low-income individuals and families.
  • HACC's Housing Choice Voucher Program administers vouchers for over 1,100 individuals and families in Champaign County. There are over 3,000 people in the voucher program.
  • Since 2010, HACC has mandated a work requirement for all able-bodied adults receiving rental assistance over the age of 18.
  • As of 1/21/2021, the average household income of all Moving to Work" voucher holders was $18,108, and the average tenant rent was $254. HACC has 214 special purpose vouchers not under the MTW requirements, including Mainstream, VASH, Tenant Protection, Section 8 Mod Rehab, and Re-Entry. The average income of all special-purpose voucher holders is $10,860.
  • 38% of households are headed by persons with a disability.
  • HACC has a 12% average voucher turnover. 

Property Management RAD & Affordable Units 

  • HACC has converted all traditional public housing buildings to the rental assistance demonstration Property Management Program allowing for more funding flexibility, including the use of other funding sources like Low-Income Housing Tax Credits to maintain and improve existing properties.
  • Through HACC's various development partnerships, we have a combined 892 units of affordable housing: Oakwood Trace (50 units), Hamilton on the Park (36 units), Douglass Square (50 units), Providence at Sycamore (96 units), Providence at Thornberry (160 units), Highland Green (33 units), Manor at Prairie Crossing (18 units), Maple Grove Manor (15 units), Washington Square (104 units), Columbia Place(16 units), Hayes Homes (6 units), Steer Place (108 units), Youman Place (20), The Haven at Market Place (120 units), and Oakfield Place (30 units).


  • HACC currently maintains a diverse real-estate portfolio inclusive of over 13 housing developments for Seniors, Families, and Disabled individuals.
  • HACC currently has seven projects under development estimated to cost over $72,000,000 and produce a total of 383 units of affordable housing. Bristol Place (89 units), The Haven at Market Place (122 units), Oakfield Place (30 units), Pinewood Place (24 units), Ladd Senior Housing (40 units), Sugar Creek Crossing (43 units), Newton Senior Housing (35 units), and Main Street Lofts (24 units).


  • There are approximately 5,210 individuals on our waitlist for all combined properties.

Non-Federal Programs

  • YouthBuild
  • Rental Support Program Re-Entry
  • Office of Constituent Services

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