WCDA & COVID-19

The Legislature has approved the Wyoming Emergency Housing Assistance Program (WEHAP). WEHAP is up and running as of Thursday, June 4, 2020. WCDA is looking forward to assisting you with your WEHAP application. Thank you.

For more information, please call 307-253-1089 or email WEHAPHelps@wyomingcda.com.

WEHAP ENDING DECEMBER 11, 2020
We are nearing the end of our Wyoming Emergency Housing Assistance Program (WEHAP). COMPLETE applications must be postmarked and received no later than 12/11. 


APPLY HERE



FAQ

Click here to view the frequently asked questions: FAQ’s
Click here to view the frequently asked questions for landlords: Landlord FAQ’s


W-9

Click here to fill out the necessary W-9 form: W-9 Form


Print Application

Click here to download a printable WEHAP application: WEHAP Print Application

PRINT APPLICATIONS: Our front lobby is closed. Please call 253-1089 to make an appointment or drop your application off in our 24 hour drop box.


Verification Forms

Landlord Verification Form: Landlord Verification

Mortgage Verification Form: Mortgage Verification


Request for Continued WEHAP Assistance

Print Application: WEHAP Print Continued Assistance Application


If you are financially impacted by COVID-19, please read the following letter regarding mortgage relief.

COVID Notice to Borrowers


 WHAT WCDA IS ALL ABOUT


WCDA IS THE STATE’S LEADING RESOURCE FOR HOUSING FINANCE.

Since 1975, Wyoming Community Development Authority (WCDA) has been making it easier for people across Wyoming to finance their first home.

We provide low-interest single family mortgages and education to help our customers buy and retain their homes.  We also offer special programs to aid in the sustainability of home ownership.  Our down payment assistance program, home buyer education and counseling, partnerships with developers and work with non-profit community organizations all make WCDA the State’s leading resource for housing finance.

In addition to its single family programs, WCDA currently administers several major affordable rental housing development programs; the Low-income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Program, the National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF) Program and the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program. These federal programs have funded more than 5,000 units of affordable rental housing across the state.

WCDA’s Rental Directory provides the names, locations and contact information for affordable housing developments in Wyoming. Use the Rental Directory Map and choose the location that you are interested in.