Knowing your client's housing rights can make you a more effective service provider
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Health and social service providers often hear about housing issues that affect the health and well being of their clients and consumers.
Housing stability is a key factor in addressing other social needs of families you work with.
Knowing the basic housing rights and being able to intervene with good information, good technique can help your clients and consumers find and maintain stable rental households.
Fair Housing Rights Can Help Your Clients/Consumers!
for health and social service providers in Richland County
27, 2012 1 PM-4PM
Agency on Aging, 800 Park Ave. West
Thanks to Richland County FH office (Donnie Mitchell and Sharon Rawls); Area Agency on Aging (Theresa Cook) and Richland County Coalition on Housing and Homelessness (Rebecca Owens, chairperson). What happened? 31 health and social service providers participated in the training. Emily Van Buren and Spencer Wells presented for COHHIO. Lillian Siebieda presented for Ohio Healthy Homes Network.
Questions and Discussion
Bedbugs: who pays for extermination? New court decision in wilmington that bars eviction for bedbugs in HUD assisted housing.