FAIR HOUSING TIP OF THE MONTH CAMPAIGN, 2017
Funded by a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development Fair Housing Initiatives Program (Grant #FEOI160050-01-01).
Fair Housing laws prohibit discrimination in housing based on the following characteristics: Race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status,* ancestry,* familial status, disability, sexual orientation,* source of income.* (*Indicates a prohibited basis for discrimination in California, but not under federal law.)
Disclaimer: The Fair Housing Tip of the Month program is for educational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. If you have a legal question, please contact MHAS or another attorney of your choice.
Tip 1: Reasonable Accommodation if You Receive a Three-Day Notice to Cure or Quit
Tip 2: Reasonable Modifications
Tip 3: Reasonable Accommodation and the Interactive Process, Example: Negative Tenant History
FAIR HOUSING TIP OF THE MONTH ARCHIVE
Tips for housing providers. Funded by a grant from the U. S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development Fair housing Initiatives Program (Grant #FH400G13044).
Fair Housing Tip of the Month Campaign, 2014-15
-Fair Housing Tip of the Month Campaign, 2011-12
Multilingual campaign with fair housing tips in nine languages.
-Fair Housing Tip of the Month Campaign, 2009-10
Tips for mental health consumers, family members, advocates, mental health organizations and housing providers.
-Fair Housing Tip of the Month Campaign, 2006-07
Tips for emergency shelter operators and transitional housing providers.
ARCHIVE OF PREVIOUS FAIR HOUSING PUBLICATIONS
Fair Housing for People with Disabilities (2007)
A fair housing guidance manual for emergency shelter and transitional housing providers.
Fair Housing in Your Neighborhood (2004)
A guide to understanding how fair housing laws protect people with disabilities in California (available in six languages).
Reasonable Accommodation Guide for Housing Developers and Providers (2005)
A guide to assist developers and providers of housing for people with disabilities in California.