Housing

Autumn Heights 
319-752-2142
2830 Winegard Drive
Burlington, IA 5260
Low Income Housing, Autumn Heights offers various sizes of apartments: We offer a smaller one-bedroom apartment or a larger one-bedroom apartment designed for one person occupancy. We also offer an enlarged one-bedroom apartment designed for one or two person occupancy.  Two-bedroom apartments are also available for two person occupancy. Eligible applicants are persons who are age 62 and older or disabled or handicapped as defined by the Social Security Act. 
 
Community Action of Southeast Iowa 
319-753-0193 
2850 Mt. Pleasant Street Suite 108 
Burlington, IA 52601  
700 Jefferson St.
Burlington, IA 52601
319-753-2893
Monday - Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm. 
sharon.ford@caofseia.org
Monday-Friday Central Office: 8:30 am - 5 pm. Centers: 8 am - 4:30 pm
Offers energy assistance, weatherization program. budgeting help, food pantry

Des Moines County Community Services (General Assistance)
319-754-8556, ext. 104
910 Cottonwood Suite 1000
Burlington, IA 52601
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Des Moines County Community Services provides assistance to people who needs rent, utilities, limited medical care and prescriptions and cremation assistance. The program is designed to provide short-term emergency type assistance to persons lacking the resources to meet their basic needs for food, energy, shelter, and medical care. it is not intended to provide on-going, long term aid to any individual or family. Persons are also referred to other agencies for assistance with food and clothing.

Department of Housing
319-753-8175
Public Housing is a federally funded subsidized rental housing program, which was established to provide low-income families, the elderly and persons with disabilities a decent and safe place to live.  The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) distributes federal subsidies to the Housing Authority, which owns and manages housing for low-income residents at affordable rental cost.

Energy Assistance Program
Community Action of Southeast Iowa
319-753-0193 
2850 Mt. Pleasant Street Suite 108 
Burlington, IA 52601 
Monday-Friday Central Office: 8:30 am - 5 pm.
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) has been established to help qualifying low-income Iowan homeowners and renters pay a portion of their primary heating costs for the winter heating season.
helps low-income households pay a portion of their heating costs.
 
Low Rent Housing 
319-752-4042
The Low Rent Housing Agency of Burlington, Iowa is responsible for ensuring that every individual and family admitted to the Housing Choice Voucher programs meets all program eligibility. This includes any individual approved to join the family after the family has been admitted to the program.  The family must provide any information needed by the Agency to confirm eligibility and determine the level of the family's assistance

 
Regional Housing
319-753-5109
218 N 3rd Street, Suite 311
Burlington, Iowa 52601
The housing authority (SEIRHA) is a federally funded agency operating under the guidelines set forth by the US Department of Housing & Urban Development. SEIRHA administers a Section 8 Rental Assistance Program, also known as the Housing Choice Voucher Program. The program allows qualified applicants the freedom to choose quality privately owned housing throughout their community while maintaining rent payments that they can afford.

Weatherization Program 
Community Action of Southeast Iowa
319-753-0193 
2850 Mt. Pleasant Street Suite 108 
Burlington, IA 52601 
Monday-Friday Central Office: 8:30 am - 5 pm.
Weatherization helps homeowners and renters decrease their energy costs by inspecting and cleaning furnaces and insulating homes. 

Homeless Shelter *call to confirm*
319-754-6791 
123 N. Marshall Street
Burlington, IA 52601 
Providing shelter to those in need

Housing Options 

HUD 
1-800-955-2232