The State of North Carolina lacks adequate services and systems to support people with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). It lacks even basic data about the location and needs of TBI survivors. The state’s own publications support these conclusions.
Many people don’t give their secure housing a second thought. But for far too many North Carolinians, safe, accessible housing can be cruelly elusive. Disabled people are the most likely […]
People with mental health disabilities languish in institutions as state tries to meet the requirements of 2012 settlement with U.S. DOJ.
NC Supreme Court rules landlords must give specific reasons for eviction Having a place to call home is the most basic need for all people. Housing provides safety. Housing provides […]
Are you or a loved one facing eviction? You are not alone. COVID-19 has disproportionally impacted people with disabilities and exacerbated unemployment and housing instability. But there is help. Read on to learn more.
Some people need assistance animals to help them with their disabilities. But some homes and apartments have a “no pets” policy. Others don’t allow certain breeds of dogs, or have a pet size limit.
Under the Fair Housing Act, tenants and homeowners with disabilities are allowed to have service animals and emotional support animals in their homes/apartments. They can also have them in common areas of a housing complex.
Reasonable Accommodation Letter to Landlord Template [Date] [Building Manager/Landlord] [Address of Building Manager/Landlord] Re: Reasonable Accommodation Request Dear [Building Manager/Landlord]: I live at [your address]. I am a person with […]
(Provided with permission from Disability Rights CA) Sample Letter to Request Reasonable Accommodations During the COVID-19 Pandemic This sample letter can be used to ask your employer or prospective workplace […]