How HOME Can Help You
Fair Housing: What Does it Mean for You?
Advertising for Roommates
Guide for Reasonable Accomodations and Modifications
Mental Health is Protected Under the Fair Housing Act
National Origin and Fair Housing
Fair Housing for People with Disabilities
Harassment in Your Neighborhood
Fair Housing Laws Protect Immigrants, Refugees, and People of All Religions
Money Management and Credit Workshop
Disaster Recovery Kit
How to Help Yourself Avoid Foreclosure
Scam Alert for Mortgage Rescue Assistance
A Renter's Guide to Housing
Tips for Tenants
Move to Opportunity: For Housing Choice Voucher Holders
How to Find Good Tenants
Move to Opportunity: A guide for Landlords
Fair Housing for Rental Managers
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211 Virginia is an easy-to-remember phone number connecting people with free information on available community services. Use 211 Virginia for easy access to information including financial assistance and housing. Dial 211 or go to www.211virginia.org.
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If you are in need of direct legal representation, visit VaLegalAid.org for your local Legal Aid office and other resources.
Or for a nominal fee you can contact VA State Bar Legal Referral Service or 800-552-7977
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Housing Accessibility Increased in Richmond and Hampton Roads
Breeden Company Reaches Agreement to Avoid Litigation and Promote Accessibility
HOME's 2016 Annual Report
LAJC and HOME join with HUD to Open an Investigation into Displacement, Poor Conditions, and Discrimination at Virginia’s First Privatized Public Housing Community.
Excluded Communities Report: A Spatial Analysis of Segregation in the Richmond Region
Why HOME Matters
Foreclosure Prevention Forms
A Renters Guide to Housing
Move to Opportunity Program Packet
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