The mission of the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs is to administer its assigned programs efficiently, transparently, and lawfully and to invest its resources strategically and develop high quality affordable housing which allows Texas communities to thrive.
Relationship to the State Government: State Agency
Current Staff Size: 313Visit TDHCA's Website
TDHCA is established
First Housing Tax Credit Award
20th anniversary of Texas Bootstrap Loan Program
Total Financing Provided
Renters Served Since 1991
Homeowners Served Since 1991
Texas Eviction Diversion Program
TDHCA works directly with courts to help eligible tenants stay in their homes and provide landlords with an alternative to eviction. Lump sum payments are made to landlords in exchange for allowing tenants to remain in their homes, and diverted cases are dismissed and made confidential from public disclosure.
Tenants Served: 9,000
TDHCA will continue to administer assigned programs efficiently, transparently, and lawfully and to invest our resources strategically, thereby helping Texans thrive.
Amy Young Barrier Removal Program
Andrew W. suffered a stroke in 2016. When he arrived home from a long hospital stay, he discovered his home needed changes to help get around. He called a number of agencies to help and finally found TDHCA’s Amy Young Barrier Removal Program which provided necessary modifications.