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PATH Housing Series
Access to affordable housing is essential to prevent and end homelessness. Locating housing resources is a daunting task, even without the stereotypes and generalizations that result in discrimination against people experiencing homelessness and mental illness. PATH providers know firsthand the scarcity of housing for individuals with limited incomes. To assist PATH providers in finding affordable housing, the PATH Technical Assistance Center created the Housing Series. The Housing Series consists of information, resources and tools to help providers obtain housing for the people with whom they work.
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Selected PATH Housing Series Resources
Housing Series: Reasonable Accommodation Interview Questions
Housing Series: Reasonable Accommodations in Housing
Housing Series: The Impact of Foreclosure on Renters
Housing Series: Universal Design and Accessible Housing
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