March 24, 2018 - What the Fair Housing Laws Protect
2:30 pm to 3:30 pm - Baxter Community Center's Ask a Lawyer and More Saturdays
The FHCWM will be participating in the Baxter Community Center's Ask a Lawyer and More Saturdays program on March 24, 2018. Come learn about fair housing protections from the FHCWM Director of Education & Outreach, Liz Keegan, from 2:30-3:30 pm.
Attorney Jeffrey Portko will be available to answer questions on bankruptcy, driver responsibility issues, landlord-tenant situations, support and friend of the court, expungement, and any other legal questions you may have from 1-2:30 pm.
April 21, 2018 - Inspire! Topic: Housing
10:00 am to 1:00 pm - Momentum Center for Social Engagement
The FHCWM will be participating in the Inspire! event on Housing on April 21, 2018. Come learn about fair housing protections and much more. 714 Columbus Avenue, Grand Haven, MI, 49417
Brunch/Lunch Potluck Served
Registration Not Required
Questions? 616.414.9111 or email@example.com
Who Should Attend Fair Housing Training?
Members of the housing industry can undertand their rights and responsibilities under law, thus preventing possible violations. Social service agencies can assure that their clients receive equal treatment under fair housing law through understanding and identifying housing discrimination. Community members can help promote diverse, open communities by being aware of discrimination and working with the Fair Housing Center to address it, or by volunteering as a tester.
Training topics include:
- Services provided by the Fair Housing Center
- Housing discrimination, including current examples
- Federal, State and Local Fair Housing Laws
- 11 Protected Classes Under Law
- Application of Fair Housing Law
- Equal Housing Opportunity Logos and Publisher's Statement
- Fair Housing Tester Training
To schedule a fair housing training for your organization, call the Fair Housing Center at (616) 451-2980 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.