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  • Subsidized Rental Programs in Alaska

    Information and applications for Alaska's subsidized and public housing programs Content Detail

    By:
    Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
  • HUD Renter's Kit

    Information about federally subsidized housing options and general suggestions about renting. Content Detail

    By:
    HUD
  • HUD Resources for Homeless People

    Homelessness is a problem that affects many people in America. If you are homeless yourself and need help or if you want to learn more about homelessness and how you can help, we have information for you. Content Detail

    By:
    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Brochure: Know Your Rights - Fair Housing

    The Federal Fair Housing Act makes it illegal to discriminate in the rental, sale, financing, or insurance of housing based on: race/color, religion, national origin, sex (including sexual harassment), the presence of children, and physical or mental disability. Some local laws also prohibit housing discrimination based on marital status, age, sexual orientation, and gender identity. This ALSC Fair Housing Enforcement Project brochure describes who is protected and what is prohibited under the Fair Housing Act. The brochure also describes signs of housing discrimination and where to go for help. Read More

    By:
    Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC)
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
    Tagalog / Pilipino
  • Know Your Rights: Domestic Violence and Assisted Housing

    Are you a victim of domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking? Do you live in public housing, Section 8 housing, or supportive housing for the elderly or disabled? A law called VAWA, the Violence Against Women Act, may help you. Read More

    By:
    National Housing Law Project
  • Subsidized and Public Housing

    This video provides an overview of some special issues regarding subsidized and public housing. Read More

    By:
    University of Alaska Justice Center