A Guide on How to Work with Your Continuum of Care
HUD Homeless Definition
HUD Releases Video: Lessons from the HPRP
National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC)
Michigan Housing & Community Development Fund
Out of Reach 2012
Housing Wage Data Exposes America’s Forgotten Housing Crisis
2011 Advocates Guide
Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA)
Michigan Housing Locator
Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
HUD Regional Office, Chicago
Phone: (800) 765-9372
Local HUD Office in Grand Rapids
Fair Housing Accessibility First: Offers Guidance on Fair Housing Act
Fair Housing Accessibility First, a program sponsored by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), offers technical guidance and training to the public on the accessibility requirements of the Fair Housing Act. Under this law, new multifamily housing in the public and private sectors must conform to guidelines for accessibility and adaptability.
Fair Housing Accessibility First services are provided by the Institute for Human Centered Design, a nonprofit organization in Boston that promotes accessibility and universal design. These services, which had been temporarily suspended during HUD’s contract renewal, are again available to the public. For technical assistance, training, and resources on the Fair Housing Accessibility Guidelines, call (888) 341-7781 (V/ TTY), send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (email), or visit the www.fairhousingfirst.org website.
Tenant and Landlord Guide from the State of Michigan
Download a PDF of the 68 page guide.
Rights to Emotional Support Animals in “No Pet” Housing
Bazelon Center Fair Housing Information :
Fair Housing Act and Reasonable Accommodations
ILRU – Disability Law