Virtual Fair Housing Workshop to Teach Fair Housing Rights

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To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Fair Housing Foundation will be holding a Virtual Fair Housing Workshop via Zoom from 1:30 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020, for the City of Newport Beach. This workshop is free and open to the public.

Attendees will learn about how they are protected under fair housing laws, what their rights and responsibilities as tenants and landlords are, and how to deal with tenant and landlord disputes.

Fair Housing Foundation representatives will explain state and federal fair housing laws, discuss state and federally protected classes, notices, security deposit, rent increases, how COVID-19 has impacted housing including moratoriums and the COVID 19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020, and much more.

The Fair Housing Foundation services residents of the City of Newport Beach. They are contracted by the city of Newport Beach and receive funds through the Community Development Block Grants. They educate the public about Fair Housing rights and responsibilities through workshops, trainings, and community events. FHF provides mediation and counseling services through their housing assistance hotline at (800) 446-FAIR (3247) and walk-in clinics. They also investigate issues of discrimination related to housing. For more information, visit www.FHFCA.org.

Registration for the Fair Housing workshop is mandatory. RSVP at https://bit.ly/34GvlR7.

About the Fair Housing Foundation: Founded in 1964, the Fair Housing Foundation is a private, non-profit, non-partisan educational agency dedicated to promoting the enforcement of fair housing laws and encouraging an atmosphere of open housing through education, enforcement activities, counseling services, and outreach programs. The Fair Housing Foundation is an approved HUD Housing Counseling Affiliate and is contracted with cities throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties to provide Fair Housing Services. Fair Housing Foundation serves over 10,000 clients annually.

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