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We provide easy access to information & required forms needed by program participants. Participants also have access to an array of supportive service programs designed to maximize individual potential.

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The Housing Choice Voucher Program is one of the best opportunities for lower income families to obtain decent, safe, & affordable housing. Families may choose from a variety of housing types and locations.

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Spartanburg Housing provides affordable housing options in vibrant neighborhoods for the citizens of our Greater Spartanburg Community.

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HUD's Smoke Free Initiative

Smoke Free Housing

SHA Smoke Free Policy Lease Addendum

Fox Carolina News Story: August 01, 2018

WSPA News Story: July 30, 2018



How to Prep Your Home Flyer

Info for Residents Flyer


On November 30, 2016, Secretary Castro announced that HUD would be requiring all Public Housing Authorities to provide smoke-free environments for their residents, staff and visitors.


Developed by CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health, the following flyers are  (available in English and Spanish), encourages residents to use the new rule as an opportunity to quit smoking. Specifically, it highlights:


  • The dangers of secondhand smoke and the importance of protecting non-smoking family members, friends and neighbors.
  • The benefits of quitting smoking.
  • How residents can easily access the FREE resources to help quit smoking. 

CDC Smoke Free Quit Flyer in English

CDC Smoke Free Quit Flyer in Spanish 


Smoke-Free Public Housing Website: Click Here


The HUD smoke-free policy is an opportunity to improve health and save lives.  It will improve the health of all residents; reducing the smoking among those who use cigarettes, encouraging more smokers to quit, and eliminating secondhand smoke a known health hazard for non-smokers. Many  residents are especially affected by secondhand smoke, including children, the elderly, and people with disabilities and chronic diseases.  We hope to increase the health benefit of the new rule by working together to help smokers who live and work in public housing go smoke-free when their buildings do. 


Promoting quitting and giving smokers resources to quit successfully can smooth the way for implementation.  Helping residents and staff quit smoking reduces possible compliance issues.  


State and local health departments can also help your properties prepare to go smokefree.  If you aren’t already in touch, we strongly encourage you to reach out to them.  

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