I've never worked on Section 8, but have had many clients who are receiving the benefit of the program. The people who pay $209 are renting houses-the total rent is probably something like $500+, and Section 8 picks up the difference.
A apartment would be a better deal-he is referring to a government block or whatever, so I assume he means project housing, which is frequently less than $100 a month for the recipient. I've seen situations where the people pay $50 a month. Of course, it's to live in the projects.
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