Flint Housing Commission

Since its’ inception, the Housing Commission has grown into a medium sized Public Housing agency
(PHA) that owns 1,248 units of Low Income Public Housing. The programs of the FHC are funded through
the rental income of residents, as well as, operating subsidy from the U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD). HUD’s funding, and thus our own, is dependent on annual appropriations
through Congress.

Terrence Clark has successfully partnered with several local agencies to provide free food
giveaway programs, back to school supplies, free health screenings and summer youth
programs.

Our Public Housing Communities
Richert Manor, Forest Park, Garland Chase Apartments
Howard Estates
Atherton East Townhouses
Mince Manor
River Park
Aldridge Place
Kenneth Simmons Square
Centerview