e-WIN Access Point

e-WIN Access Points bring workforce services to more people in areas not served by a full-time WIN Job Center. Each location provides at least one public computer with Internet access and a trained e-WIN Access Point Ambassador to assist job candidates.

The e-WIN Access Point located in the building is available to all participates who are unemployed or searching for better employment.  We encourage you to come in and utilize the e-WIN Access Point to update resumes, search for employment, and resources for compliance with partnering agencies.

Report a Change to Your Application

You must notify MRHA VI of any changes to the information on your waiting list registration. Changes may include but are not limited to:

  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • Household Members

To report the change, you must use our Applicant Portal, please click here. MRHA VI does not make changes to applications.

Telephone requests to change your application are not accepted.

Apply for the Waiting List

Applicants may apply online using our Online Waiting List Pre-Application, please click here.

At the time that a waiting list opens, MRHA VI will inform potential applicants about the process of how to apply for the waiting list in accordance with MRHA VI’s Administrative Plan.

MRHA VI does not provide emergency housing. If you need emergency housing, other affordable housing assistance or information on other non-MRHA VI housing services, please click here.

Eligibility Process

Selection from the Waiting List

  • After applying to the MRHA VI waiting list, registrants must keep their information current at all times; failure to do so will result in your name being removed from the waiting list.
  • Registrants are selected from the waiting list by position number and will be notified in writing of their eligibility appointment.

Preparing for the Intake Appointment

To prepare for the intake appointment, you will need to complete the application and bring all information requested in the appointment letter. Normally this includes:

  • Income verifications (paystubs, benefit award letters)
  • Bank statements
  • Vital documents (driver license, Social Security cards and/or birth certificates)

Do not sign any of the documents as you will need to sign them in front of your Eligibility Specialist.

At the Intake Appointment

Arrive to the intake appointment 15 minutes in advance and check in with the receptionist. All family members 18 years old and older will need to be present at this appointment.

During the appointment, the Eligibility Specialist will:

  • Review your application
  • Gather all the required documents
  • Have you sign all forms
  • Provide basic information about the program
  • Discuss the Notice of Rights and Responsibilities

After the Intake Appointment

After the appointment, the Eligibility Specialist will obtain any necessary third-party verification, determine if the application can be approved, and calculate the assistance amount.

Once a eligibility determination is made, you will be notified in writing if you are approved or denied.

Approval of Application – Next Steps

When you receive your letter advising that you have been determined eligible for assistance, you will also be assigned a date and time for your scheduled voucher briefing.

At the voucher briefing, you will learn your obligations under the program and will receive your Request for Tenancy Approval (RFTA) packet. Once you receive your RFTA, you may begin searching for your new home.

Denial of Assistance

If the application is denied, which is often due to over-income, negative background check or non-compliance with the eligibility process, you will receive a letter advising of the denial and your right for an informal review.