This training provides practical strategies to engage landlords and build positive relationships.
This training provides an overview of fair housing protections, including protections for those who have or are perceived as having COVID-19. The webinar also covers the fair housing complaint and investigation process, including potential outcomes.
Learn what an illegal eviction is and what remedies are available for victims of illegal evictions, including damages and reinstating utility service. This webinar is helpful for landlords, tenants, and all A Way Home for Tulsa members working to help clients maintain housing.
This webinar shares safety precautions for tenants and landlords in multifamily housing. Sponsors include Tulsa Health Department, Housing Solutions Tulsa, and City of Tulsa.
This webinar provides an overview of the Oklahoma eviction moratorium and the CARES Act eviction moratorium and mortgage forbearance provisions. Sponsors include Tulsa Health Department, Housing Solutions Tulsa, and City of Tulsa.
Topics include: 1. The eviction moratorium in Oklahoma 2. Tenants’ legal rights, including a right to a habitable rental property 3. The federal action being taken to prevent evictions The webinar was cohosted by the City of Tulsa, Tulsa Health Department, Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, and Homebase.
Brian Huddleston and Kristin Maun give an overview of the Mortgage Forbearance for Landlords under the CARES Act.
Every day, street outreach teams, emergency shelters, and temporary and permanent housing programs are working tirelessly to support clients in resolving urgent individual crises while navigating a catastrophic housing crisis exacerbated by a pandemic.
In this session, we review the types and impacts of domestic violence, the prevalence and intersectionality of domestic violence within the homeless population, the intersectional legal rights of domestic violence survivors, best practices for working with survivors, and the role of advocates and the referral process.SHOW LESS
The GoSection8.com RevoList waiting list service eliminates the need for multiple applications: this universal application system means that with a single application, a rent-burdened individual or family can apply to multiple affordable housing programs – from Section 8 housing and disaster relief programs to veterans’ assistance programs, tax credit programs, and more – and automatically be placed on all appropriate waiting lists.
VAWA , or the Violence Against Women Act, passed in 1994 & was reauthorized in 2000, 2005, & 2013. This session will go over the component of the act and how CoC funded programs can implement them.