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Housing (9 links)

  • Charles Schwab Architects - Universal Design Homes - North Americas first fully accessible home plans book.
  • Concrete Change - A project advocating universal design concepts in residential environments, Concrete Change provides information to the public about residential access or residential “visitability.”
  • Guide to Housing - This guide has information about government agencies and organizations that can help you find an affordable place to live. Also tips on rental assistance programs, assisted living facilities and modifying a home to make it accessible.
  • Easy Living Home - Program to encourage builders in Georgia to voluntarily implement EasyLiving features. Call or write for a builder’s packet featuring construction guidelines, and for information on Easy Living Certification of single-family detached homes.
  • Fair Housing Accessibility First - Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) designed to promote compliance with the Fair Housing Act design and construction requirements. It includes training resources and a public toll-free information line
  • National Accessible Apartment Clearinghouse - Database with more than 46,000 listings of specially designed apartments.
  • National Fair Housing Advocate Online - Information on Fair Housing, including news, recent settlements, law and regulations, and resources for assistance in each state.
  • The National Resource Center on Suportive Housing and Home Modification - The National Resource Center on Suportive Housing and Home Modification is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting aging in place through supportive housing and home modification.
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - HUD offers information regarding accessible housing, is in charge of enforcing housing discrimination laws, has a variety programs to help people buy homes, to create affordable rental housing, and to spur community and economic development.

Disclaimer: Accessibility cannot be guaranteed for external websites. The Southeast ADA Center provides these links as a courtesy and does not endorse, take responsibility for, or exercise control of the organization nor vouch for the accuracy of the contents of the destination link.

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