Local Bus Panels, Videos Promote Fair Housing

The City of Boise Fair Housing Task Force and regional Forum partners are getting the word out about fair housing and the 2-1-1 referral option! Look for these bus panels and posters on bus benches around the valley, and help us spread the word about fair housing resources and protection!

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And remember to share the corresponding fair housing videos sponsored by Idaho Housing and Finance Association (IHFA).

 

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Idaho loses one Fair Housing Hotline, retains 2-1-1, other options

Idaho Legal Aid Services (ILAS) received a HUD FHIP-EOI (Education and Outreach Initiative) grant in late 2011 to operate a statewide fair housing hotline. This provided an additional option for stakeholders who had previously relied on the 2-1-1 Care line, HUD’s FHEO Fair Housing Line, Intermountain Fair Housing Council’s toll-free line, the Idaho Commission on Human Rights and IHFA’s statewide Housing Hotline, each of which provided some level of information and referral for questions relating to fair housing.

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