The Providence Housing Authority (PHA) does not discriminate against applicants, residents, or program participants on the basis of physical or mental disabilities. In addition, the PHA has an obligation to provide “reasonable accommodations” and “reasonable modifications” on account of a disability if an applicant, resident, program participant or a household member is limited by the disability and for this reason needs such an accommodation or modification.
A reasonable accommodation is a change that the PHA can make to its rules, policies, practices, or services, and a reasonable modification is a change the PHA can make to its facilities (including physical alterations to the housing unit or public or common use areas) that will assist an otherwise eligible person with a disability to have equal opportunity to use and enjoy the housing or common or public use areas or to participate fully in the PHA’s programs, activities, or services.
If you or a member of your household has a mental and/or physical disability, and as a result needs an accommodation or modification, you, the household member, or authorized representative, may request it at any time.
If you need an accommodation or modification because of a disability, please complete a request for a reasonable accommodation form (Reasonable-Accommodation form) and return it to the PHA. Alternatively, public housing residents may contact their property management office, Section 8 participants may contact the Senior Program Representative, and applicants for public housing or Section 8 may contact the Tenant Selection Admissions Manager. The information for these contacts follows in the chart below.
|Development||Property Manager||Phone Number|
|Admiral Terrace||Alexandra Mendezfirstname.lastname@example.org||(401) 709-4801|
|Carroll Tower||Alexandra Mendezemail@example.com||(401) 709-1851|
|Chad Brown||Alexandra Mendezfirstname.lastname@example.org||(401) 709-4801|
|Codding Court||Liz Perreaultemail@example.com||(401) 709-1841|
|Dexter Manor||Lori Lovelacefirstname.lastname@example.org||(401) 709-1205|
|Dominica Manor||Lori Lovelaceemail@example.com||(401) 709-1831|
|Hartford Park||Linette Evorafirstname.lastname@example.org||(401) 709-2801|
|Kilmartin Plaza||Lori Lovelaceemail@example.com||(401) 709-1822|
|Manton Heights||Monique Hazardfirstname.lastname@example.org||(401) 709-3801|
|Parenti Villa||Monique Hazardemail@example.com||(401) 709-1710|
|Roger Williams||Liz Perreaultfirstname.lastname@example.org||(401) 709-1841|
|Sunset Village||Alexandra Mendezemail@example.com||(401) 709-4801|
|Scattered Sites||Liz Perreaultfirstname.lastname@example.org||(401) 709-1841|
|Program||Contact Person||Phone Number|
|Public Housing or Section 8 Applicants||Michelle Rocchioemail@example.com||(401) 709-1301|
|Section 8 Participants||Yvonne Perezfirstname.lastname@example.org||(401) 709-1602|
Upon receipt of a request by the PHA, applicants, residents, and program participants may also need to submit documentation verifying the existence of a disability and the disability-related need for the accommodation or modification. Within thirty (30) calendar days of receipt of a request and requested supporting documentation, the PHA will contact you to discuss what the PHA can reasonably do to provide you or a household member with an accommodation or modification on account of your disability.