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WHA Board of Commissioners' monthly meeting

The WHA's Board of Commissioners' May meeting will take place on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 1:00PM. The meeting is held in the main conference room at 40 Belmont Street, Executive Offices.
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Lifeskills Spring semester catalog released

The WHA is pleased to announce the release of the 2018 Spring semester Lifeskills course catalog. These workshops are offered to participants in our various self-sufficiency programs to assist them in various areas including employment training, financial literacy, PC literacy, parenting and health awareness. Participants can contact their Family Life Coach directly to register for a workshop. To view the catalog, please click HERE.

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Healthy Pet Check schedule for April released

Routine Wellness Care, vaccinations, parasite check, nail cutting, cat grooming limited, general check-up: head to toe, for more information please click here.

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Wellness Fair schedule for April released

In partnership with four healthcare providers, the WHA has released the Wellness Fair schedule for April 2018. WHA residents will be able to receive various services including blood pressure checks, diabetic testing, medication therapy management, and nutrition counseling. The fair will take place at five different WHA developments including Greenwood Gardens, 1060 Main Street, Murray/Wellington Apts., Lincoln Park Tower, and Curran. To view the schedule, please click here.

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Help prevent sewage overflow

Sewage overflows can be extremely upsetting, frustrating, but in many cases, they can also be avoidable. The WHA asks all residents to help prevent sewage overflows by being informed on what should not be disposed. Please take a moment to read this informational notice by clicking here.

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Dishonest tenants can face eviction

The WHA’s Public Safety Department’s Fraud Division identified close to $700,000 in fraud in 2017. As a result, violators were subject to repayment, termination of assistance and in some cases, they faced criminal charges. Please stay informed on how to avoid fraud by clicking here.

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WHA releases 2018 schedule of Resident Crime Watch meetings

The WHA has released the 2018 schedule of all Resident Crime Watch Meetings. These meetings occur monthly at 14 different WHA developments and provide residents an opportunity to speak with WHA staff, Worcester police officers, local and state elected officials and various agencies that present each month. Residents are able to also receive updates on different programs and initiatives that are occurring at the WHA and at the city level. To review the full schedule, please click here.




Worcester Housing Authority
40 Belmont Street
Worcester, MA 01605
Phone: 508-635-3000
Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM