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Individual`s Application Each individual`s application for assistance is reviewed on a case to case basis. FHRC understands that every individuals circumstance are different and try to accommodate everyone with their housing need. Click Here For An Application Tenant Based Rental Assistance The Fair Housing Resource Center’s Tenant Based Rental Assistance (“TBRA”) helps clients pay rental…

What is a Reasonable Accommodation

Various federal laws require housing providers to make reasonable accommodations and reasonable modifications for individuals with disabilities. Federal nondiscrimination laws that protect against disability discrimination cover not only tenants and home seekers with disabilities, but also buyers and renters without disabilities who live or are associated with individuals with disabilities. These laws also prohibit housing…

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Foreclosure Prevention

Getting Your Mortgage Back on Track Job loss, divorce, illness or financial crisis can have a devastating effect on your home. Our trained Counselors will help you evaluate your options based on your circumstances. Help is Just a Click Away!! Your home is often your most valuable asset, and the thought of losing it can…

Rental Assistance Programs

Star Program Our newest program, Star,is designed to provide financial assistance and services to prevent individuals from becoming homeless. FHRC assists clients who have some form of income with 1st Months rent and utility deposits to move into a new home. FHRC also has a senior/ disabled subsidy which can provide up to 6 months…

Landlord / Tenant

The Rental Information Center FHRC offers advice to both landlords and tenants with rental housing concerns and provides information regarding landlord-tenant laws and landlord and tenants’ rights and responsibilities. A phone hotline is staffed Mon-Thurs from  8 am – 6 pm by housing counselors, who are available to answer questions regarding rental housing issues and…

Fair Housing

Fair Housing is the opportunity to choose where one lives. It is essential to allow individuals and families, across a spectrum of race, ethnicity and disability, with the opportunity to have a choice in the selection of schools, access to job opportunities, and an ability to engage as equal members of the their community. Protected…