How to Get Housing Help
Immediate assistance: If you need the immediate assistance of an attorney or have been served with an eviction or eviction notice, please reach out to your local Legal Aid Office or call the Texas Lawyers Referral Hotline at 1-800-252-9690.
Do you need help with your housing? On this page, you’ll find resources related to accommodations, possible discrimination, and more.
Do you know your basic housing rights? Visit our Know Your Housing Rights Resource Page for information.
You may be protected from housing discrimination that is based on a criminal history that was a result of Opioid Use Disorder. Continue reading “Renting an Apartment When You Are in Recovery”
You can ask your landlord to make reasonable accommodations (changes) if their policies or rules are making the symptoms of your disability worse. Continue reading “Asking Your Landlord for an Accommodation”
Do you need to request a reasonable accommodation to terminate your lease early? This easy-to-use tool will make a letter to send to your landlord requesting to end your lease early without any fines or penalties. Continue reading “Letter to Landlord to Request Early Lease Termination”
Learn what you can do to stop your landlord from entering your home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading “How to Stop Your Landlord From Entering Your Home During COVID-19”
This easy-to-use tool will make a letter to send to your landlord to stop debt collector harassment. Continue reading “Stop Debt Collector Harassment with Accommodation Request Letter”
Learn how to file a complaint with a government agency about possible discrimination or fair housing violations in Texas. Continue reading “Filing a Complaint: Possible Discrimination in Housing”
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If you are in recovery from Opioid Use Disorder (OUD), You may be facing problems getting into a place to live because of being in recovery or because of a criminal history related to past opioid use. This video explains some things you should know and you can do. Watch the video “OUD Recovery and Housing”