135 Edinburgh Ct | Greenville, SC 29607
UHC offices are open; however, we are requiring masks for all visitors who have NOT been vaccinated. All clients and tenants should continue to call ahead for an appointment before visiting the office at 864.241.0462. Rent should be paid by check or money order and mailed to UHC at 135 Edinburgh Ct., STE 201 Greenville SC, 29607. Thank you for your cooperation.
If you suspect you have COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home and call your doctor or your local health department before your visit to alert them of your symptoms.
Emergency Housing Voucher Program
The Emergency Housing Voucher Program is currently in phase one of the process, assessing households already in our CoC system who are experiencing homelessness or housing instability. Please understand that we only have 54 vouchers and several hundred households already in our system who meet the criteria for the program. These households must be reviewed for eligibility first.
Should we have vouchers still available at the end of phase one, we will make an announcement on our website at www.upstatecoc.org and post instruction for the application process at that time.
Please do not call the UHC main number to inquire about the voucher program.
Continue to check the homepage of the Upstate CoC website for an announcement, should the second phase of the program open to the public. Thank you!
For renters/landlords & homeowners: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) partnered to create a housing assistance website to help homeowners and renters during the coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness has developed a Step-by-Step Guide for renters that are at risk of eviction. You can find the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) guide at the following link: Step-by-Step Guide for People at Risk of Eviction .
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
United Housing Connections boasts a strong passion for tackling the complex issues necessary to interrupt the cycle of homelessness. We embrace the idea that Diversity, Equity and Inclusion contribute to our success and strive to look at everything we do through this lens. We are committed to the pursuit of these ideals in all aspects and areas of our work, in both internal and external relationships – as they impact our clients, our staff, our stakeholders and our place in the community. We believe that we can empower families to achieve housing stability, self-sufficiency and well-being by creating a system that is equitable and a culture of inclusion that leverages diversity. We understand that this work is a continuous process while at the same time recognizing that it is absolutely critical to our success and integrity as an organization.
United Housing Connections stands firmly against racial injustice in any form. Our organization will continue to raise its voice in support for equity for people of color and all those who suffer disparity across our community, in our country and around the world.
How We Serve
United Housing Connections offers an array of options for those in need of housing. After an initial interview, a family or individual in search of housing will be matched with the best solution according to their situation.
A housing solution designed to benefit moderate income tenants, rental property owners, and non-profit, affordable housing providers.
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City Meeting on Homelessness