Fair Housing Disclosure
The Fayette County Transportation program is happy to announce that it will
Community Action’s YouthBuild program is now recruiting an instructor and program participants.
Background The Faith in Recovery Coalition was established in July 2014 by
The Healthier Buckeye concept had its origin in a bipartisan House/Senate work
Community Action Commission of Fayette County cannot provide legal advice regarding Landlord-Tenant issues. If you have questions about your rights, visit the Ohio Bar Association’s webpage, Ohio State Legal Services Association @ 866-529-6446 or ohiolegalhelp.org or South Eastern Ohio Legal Services @ 800-589-5888. Even if Legal Aid cannot assist you, they may be able to refer you. Also please read the Ohio Revised Code Chapter 5321, Ohio Landlord Tenant Law to learn your rights.
Fair Housing laws are designed to protect your right to seek housing anywhere you can afford to live. The Fair Housing Act is enforced by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
The Fair Housing Act protects you against violations of your housing rights and prohibits discrimination in housing on the basis of:
Ancestry (Ohio Law), Color, Disability, Familial status, National origin, Race, Religion, Sex