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Housing Assistance and Information

Housing Information and Referral
Many Idahoans are struggling with housing insecurity during the economic downturn. Information and referral providers can serve as a guide for those seeking housing resources or strategies. Continue reading

Idaho Legal Aid Services/Intermountain Fair Housing Council offer April events

Idaho Legal Aid Services (ILAS) and their colleagues at the Intermountain Fair Housing Council will be hosting several fair housing events throughout the state during April (Fair Housing Month). They will also be joined by representatives from HUD. For a complete schedule, visit www.idaholegalaid.org or HUD’s training calendar here. Audience-specific fair housing training is also available on request.

Click the link below to view, download or print a flier for the Boise event.

Idaho Legal Aid Services April 20 Boise Fair Housing Conference

Fair Housing Hotline and Campaign Go Statewide

Campaign posters available in English and Spanish. To request copies, email hirc@ihfa.org

Idaho Housing and Finance Association (IHFA) and the Idaho Department of Commerce (IDOC) are expanding a proactive fair housing awareness campaign recently launched in the Treasure Valley to cover the balance of Idaho. IHFA contributed to initial efforts by the City of Boise to develop the campaign, which features a partnership with Health and Welfare’s 2-1-1 line. This creates an easy-to-remember resource directing callers with discrimination or compliance questions to statewide and regional experts. The campaign slogan ‘Good Neighbors + Fair Housing = Stronger Communities’ can be seen in outdoor displays, and is being featured on both radio and television through public service announcements. Continue reading