Reasonable Accommodation

Requesting a Reasonable Accommodation

An interactive forms packet is available for free to seniors and low income individuals to request a reasonable accommodation from their landlord or housing program.  A reasonable accommodation is a change in the policy, rules, procedures, practices, or services that enable a person with a disability to have an equal opportunity to use and enjoy their housing. Accommodations must be practical and reasonable and must not pose an "undue burden" on the owner or alter the main function of the housing (for example, asking your landlord to help you pay your bills or drive you to appointments would alter the function from housing manager to advocate or personal assistant and may not be reasonable).

The information you will need to complete the Reasonable Accommodation interview includes:

  • Your current full legal name.
  • Your rental property address and your mailing address.
  • The name of rental property's owner, landlord, or property manager.
  • The name of your housing program, if applicable.
  • The name of your housing program's director, if applicable.

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Note: You will be taken to our partnering site, “LawHelp Interactive”.

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 If you don’t have all of the required information, you can still use the interactive forms to fill in the information you do have. If you set up a free and confidential user name and password for the interactive forms, you can start your form, save your answers, and finish completing the interactive forms when you have the remaining needed information.

To learn more about the project and what to expect when you use the interactive court forms, check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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