If you are disabled we can advocate on your behalf so you can access and enjoy the place you call home.
A reasonable accommodation is an exception to a policy, rule or practice, such as allowing more time to review documents, that gives the client equal access and enjoyment of their dwelling the same as a non-disabled person.
A reasonable modification is a structural change, such as installing a grab bar, that affords the client equal access and enjoyment of their dwelling as a non-disabled person. This includes common areas of the property.
Under the Fair Housing Act, a client is considered disabled if they have a condition that limits one or major life activities, if they have a history of a disability, if they have been regarded as having a disability, or if they have a temporary disability.
If you would like us to help you request an accommodation or modification click here –> Intake Form. Once you complete the form, we will contact you.