Resources Provided by Other Organizations

The following resources are not administered by the City of Bowling Green. For more information about any of the following resources please contact the applicable organization described for each one.

Community Housing Impact & Preservation Program (CHIP)

The Community Housing Impact and Preservation Program (CHIP) is administered by Kleinfelder Inc. on behalf of Wood County. Residents of the City of Bowling Green can now apply for assistance through Wood County's Community Housing Impact and Preservation Program (CHIP).

Questions may be directed to Kleinfelder Inc., CHIP Program Consultant, toll-free at 877-836-3206, or to the Wood County Planning Commission at 419-354-9128.

CHIP Program Brochure (PDF)

CHIP Program Pre-Application (PDF)

Section 8 Rental Assistance

The Section 8 rental assistance program for the City of Bowling Green is administered by the Henry Metropolitan Housing Authority in Napoleon, Ohio. For more information on the Section 8 rental assistance program, please call 419-592-1735.

Homelessness Assistance

The Transitional Housing for the Homeless program provides shelter and assesses homeless individuals' needs through social workers employed by The Salvation Army. Following intake, The Salvation Army links participants with specific resources designed to meet each individual's needs. This includes career development, public assistance, transportation options, etc., in an effort to lift individuals up and out of homelessness. For more information call 419-352-5918.

Unlawful Discrimination Prohibited

The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development prohibits unlawful discrimination in federally assisted programs based on your race, color, national origin, religion, sex, family status, or disability.