The Admissions Department is responsible for informing and screening new applicants for housing, managing thousands of applications, and conforming to many government regulations – all while being highly organized, fair and understanding of applicant needs.
Tremeta Rose – Director of Admissions
Linda Mallard – Assistant Admissions Supervisor 508-427-9136
Malina Ricciardi – Admissions Clerk Typist 508-427-9137
Dawn Ogden – Admissions Leasing Agent 508-427-9026
Marjorie Morse – Admissions Voucher Screener 508-436-6579
Myra Durden – Receptionist 508-427-9000
Madelyn Carde – Part time Admissions Clerk 508-436-6577
Ludymila Vieira – Part Time Admissions Clerk 508-427-9061
Applying for BHA residency
This page has the information and forms you need to learn about the BHA and how to apply for residency for the various BHA programs.
State Family and Elderly/Disabled Housing Application
By applying online, you will be able to update your application, check your status and verify if your file is active at any time. Use this easy time saving way to apply for our State aided public housing programs. Just click on the red CHAMP button below and follow the instructions.CHAMP
To apply for a Section 8 voucher, click on the blue button below and follow the instructions.Section 8
Federal Elderly/Disabled Public Housing
- Click or tap to download a form in PDF format
- Print the form
- Fill out and sign the form (only paper applications with original signatures will be accepted – we do not accept forms by e-mail or fax)
BHA Application for Public Housing Application Update Form to notify the BHA of any changes to your existing application
88 North Main St.
(Project based MRVP)
Get answers to frequently asked questions here.
Click here to access The Housing Navigator
1090 Main Street
Brockton, MA 02301.
Take a virtual tour
Go to BHA Housing Developments and select a residence to open a page featuring that residence and a video tour.
The Residents Handbook contains information, advice and resources for prospective and current residents. Topics include:
- What to know before signing a lease
- Resident responsibilities and policies
- Safety information
- Emergency procedures
- Public housing eligibility and income reporting
- Resident rights
Residents Handbook (English)
Residents Handbook (Haitian Creole)
Residents Handbook (Portuguese)
Residents Handbook (Spanish)