Request an Accommodation/ Modification

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.


If you would like to request it on your own, please fill out the fields below. Upon submission, a letter will be generated to your email and you can then forward it to your housing provider.

Name of Property

Address line 1

Address line 2

City, state, zip

Property management phone number:

Name of the landlord or property manager:

Please describe in 1 or 2 complete sentences how your disability impacts your life:

A reasonable accommodation is:
A change to the rules, policies, practices, or services so that a person with a disability will have an equal opportunity to use and enjoy a dwelling unit or common space. For example, advanced notice of maintenance repairs.

A reasonable modification is:
A structural change made to existing premises, occupied or to be occupied by a person with a disability, in order to afford such person full enjoyment of the premises. For example, having grab bars installed in the shower.

What reasonable accommodation or modification do you need to be able to enjoy your premises? Please describe each request separately and in complete sentences:

Request 1:

Request 2:

Request 3:

Any other comments you would like to add about this request?

If your disability is not visible, you must provide a third party letter verifying your need for each accommodation or modification you are requesting. Please select one of the following: