Housing Advocacy Groups

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    Taxonomy Code: TD-1600.2800

    Organizations that advocate for constructing, renovating or otherwise improving the availability of safe, affordable rental and purchasable housing for low-income individuals and families, older adults, people with disabilities, migrant workers and others who are unable to purchase a home or rent a home or apartment under current market conditions or who are forced to spend an excessively large proportion of their income on housing to the detriment of other necessities.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Disabled Resource Services (Fort Collins) - Disabled Resource ServicesProvides the following services to any individual living with a disability: - Application assistance with SSI, SSDI, health care, transportation - Employment counseling - Low vision/blindness program - Medical equipment loan closet - Case management - Housing advocacy related to the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and Fair Housing Act - Nursing Home Transition Program which helps individuals move from nursing homes to independent living facilities - Peer support and independent living skills training on budgeting and communication - Youth Transition Program to assist individuals exiting high school into young adulthood with job skills and independent living skills - Deaf and hard-of-hearing support servicesLarimer CountyDisabled Resource ServicesDisabled Resource Services
    Disabled Resource Services (Loveland) - Disabled Resource ServicesProvides the following services to any individual living with a disability: - Application assistance with SSI, SSDI, health care, transportation - Employment counseling - Low vision/blindness program - Medical equipment loan closet - Case management - Housing advocacy related to the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and Fair Housing Act - Nursing Home Transition Program which helps individuals move from nursing homes to independent living facilities - Peer support and independent living skills training on budgeting and communication - Youth Transition Program to assist individuals exiting high school into young adulthood with job skills and independent living skills - Deaf and hard-of-hearing support servicesLarimer CountyDisabled Resource ServicesDisabled Resource Services
    Housing Discrimination Intake - Denver Metro Fair Housing CenterAssists with fair housing and housing discrimination issues. If a person feels they have been denied housing or told less information than others about housing because of their race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, family status, or a disability, they should contact the DMFHC. Those with disabilities who feel they are entitled to reasonable accommodation should also contact the DMFHC.Denver CountyDenver Metro Fair Housing CenterDenver Metro Fair Housing Center

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