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About Wyoming Perspectives: Affordable Housing
This episode of Wyoming Perspectives seeks to give viewers some insight into the state of affordable housing in Wyoming. The show covers a range of topics, discussing the problems, initiates, and success stories that are affecting the state housing market.
Craig Stearns, with the federal Housing and Urban Development agency in Wyoming
Marie Lowe, with the Sheridan Housing Action Committee
Billie Kirkham, with the USDA's Rural Development office in Wyoming
Additional Resources for Viewers
The following agencies and Web sites can point you to more information on how to find affordable housing, qualify for a loan to buy your own home, obtain rental or utility assistance, and more.
Telephone ResourcesWyoming Community Development Authority
Statewide affordable housing programs
USDA Rural Housing Resources - Riverton Office
Call or visit their Web site for more offices
US Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Office Housing Counselor Referral Line
(800) 569-4287 (toll free)
HUD's Northern Plains Office of Native American Programs,
including the Office of Public and Indian Housing
(888) 814-2945 (toll free)
Online ResourcesWyoming Community Development Authority
US Department of Agriculture's Rural Programs
US Housing and Urban Development Office - Wyoming