Welcome to HTHA

The Houma-Terrebonne Housing Authority administers, manages, and maintains services for 517 Public Housing Units of low-income housing for elderly, disabled, handicapped individuals and families.

Commitment to Service, A Passion for People

The Houma-Terrebonne Housing Authority provides housing assistance to residents in Terrebonne Parish through the federally funded Public Housing Program.

We're Here to Help

We provide our workforce with opportunities to receive additional training and continuing education which can lead to opportunities for advancement within and outside of our organization.

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Opportunity Does Not Wait.

Everyone Deserves a Chance to Succeed

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Opportunity Now: Your Future, Your Move

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Congratulations Jasmine Singleton

Paying for college has become a little bit easier for the daughter of a former Houma-Terrebonne Housing staff member. Jasmine Singleton has been awarded a $1,250 scholarship through the Louisiana Housing Council’s Annual Scholarship Program.

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The Houma Terrebonne Housing Authority walked away with three awards at the 2014 Louisiana Housing Council Annual Awards Ceremony. The awards ceremony took place on Wednesday May 15, 2014 at the Baton Rouge Hilton. The event is part of the LHC Annual Legislative Conference. HTHA was honored by winning an award in the following three (3) categories:

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Thank you for visiting the Houma-Terrebonne Housing Authority website. The Houma-Terrebonne Housing Authority provides housing assistance to residents in Terrebonne Parish through the federally funded Public Housing Program. Our motto at HTHA is a “Commitment to Service, A Passion for People”, and everyday our employees strive to ensure that we provide our residents with our best efforts. The impact of HTHA expands across Terrebonne Parish and our entire region. We pride ourselves on making social and economic impacts for our community. HTHA has programs and partnerships in place to improve the overall quality of life for our residents. And every dollar that we spend has an economic impact of nearly 2 and ½ times, and we create nearly 14 million dollars for every million dollars we spend.

As the Executive Director of the Houma-Terrebonne Housing Authority I am proud of our accomplishments and I am excited about our future. It is a future focused on growth and improvement. And it will be a future built on a foundation of a “commitment to service and a passion for people”.

                                                                                          Wayne Thibodeaux

                                         Executive Director