Project Based Voucher Program

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DCA’s Project Based Voucher Program wait lists for tenants are currently closed. 

DCA’s Project Based Voucher Program is receiving requests for vouchers from landlords.  

Project-based vouchers (PBVs) are a component of a public housing agency’s (PHA’s) Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program. PHAs are not allocated additional funding for PBV units; the PHA uses its tenant-based voucher funding to allocate project-based units to a project. Projects are typically selected for PBVs through a competitive process managed by the PHA; although in certain cases projects may be selected non-competitively. 

DCA is currently receiving requests for PBVs.  

The Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) requests proposals from developers for the Project-Based Voucher (PBV) Program.  PBV proposals are being accepted for up to 1,108 vouchers (the number of units to be funded) for new and existing housing construction projects within the 149 Georgia counties served by DCA. Properties have specific processes based on their competitive award status with DCA. For more information on which process applies to your property, please visit the DCA PBV Process FAQ and Process Guide. Any questions should be directed to  

  • For properties that have received a competitive award from DCA between 2020 and 2023, responses must be received by Tuesday, October 10, 2023 at 5 PM.  

  • For existing properties that have not received a competitive award and those that received a competitive award before 2020, proposals must be received by Tuesday, October 10, 2023 at 5 PM. See DCA’s PBV Request for Proposals 2023 for more information.    

Note: Participation in the PBV program requires compliance with Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO) requirements.  


DCA hosted an informational webinar for landlords interested in project based vouchers on Tuesday, September 26, 2023. You can view the session recording and review the document presented.

Questions that were received before and during the presentation are answered here.


For updates regarding the PBV RFP, please continue checking the DCA HCV PBV webpage or the Georgia Procurement Registry website at


Project Based Housing Choice Voucher Property List

Hearthstone Apartments, located in Cherokee County, Canton, GA.
This complex is for battered and abused women. Cherokee Family Violence Center assist the women with their transition.
Pine Ridge Apartments located in Floyd County, Rome, GA
This complex is for persons with disabilities and mentally challenged They are referred by Highlands and are transitioning from Clinical Facilities to housing. There is a counselor/advisor and nurse on staff 24 hours a day.
The Pines Family Campus, located in Valdosta, GA
This complex is to help women at risk primarily because of homelessness, domestic violence, and drug abuse in the transition to a stable productive life. Clients are referred by state courts, DFCS, area participating churches, The Haven (women’s shelter) throughout a 10-county area.
The Millennium Center, located in Randolph County, Cuthbert, GA.
This complex is for women who have substance abuse problems (Drugs/Alcohol) Volunteers of America (VOA) manages and operates the program. Referrals are received from other Social Service agencies, Law Enforcement agencies, word of mouth, web-site with VOA, etc. Counselors/advisors/nurse on staff during normal working hours; On-call staff and security provided all other times.
College Square, located in Peach County, Fort Valley, GA
This complex is for low-income disabled residents.
Georgia Wallace, located in Pulaski County, Hawkinsville, GA
This complex is for low-income residents.
Henry Way, located in Pulaski County, Hawkinsville, GA
This complex is for low-income residents.