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Resident Engagement

The National Housing Law Project’s Resident Training Academy A Closer Look:

Week 1: An Overview of HUD’s Key Federal Housing Programs
(Tues-Thurs, April 10 and April 12)

Learn about the Public Housing, Project‐based Section 8, the Housing Choice Voucher Programs and HUD’s new Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program. Material will focus on the similarities and differences among the programs and new developments within each.
Click here to view the webinar.
Click here to view the Question & Answer webinar held April 12, 2012.
Materials for this webinar are listed below:
01 Subsidized Housing Overview 4-10-2012 powerpoint
02 Public Housing Outline Residents 4-2012
03 Project-Based Sec 8 Outline Residents 3-21-2012
04 Voucher Outline Residents
05 RAB overview

Week 2: Know Your Participation and Organizing Rights in HUD-Assisted Rental
Housing

(Tues-Thurs, May 8 and May 10)

Rights of residents under Section 964 (Tenant Participation and Tenant Opportunities in Public Housing), Section 245 (Tenant Participation in Multifamily Housing Projects)rules, and Resident Advisory Boards (RABs). Learn about your rights and also how organizers and residents may use the RAB process as a platform for organizing voucher participants.
Click here to view the webinar.
Click here to view the Question & Answer webinar held May 10, 2012.
Materials for this webinar are listed below:
01 A Organizing and Participation Rights Combined (three slides per page)
01 B Organizing and Participation Rights Combined (one slide per page)
02 A Final 964 Boston Resident Training Institute (three slides per page)
02 B Final 964 Boston Resident Training Institute (one slide per page)

Week 3: Rent‐Setting Policies
(Tues‐Thurs, May 29 and May 31)

For all tenants in public housing, project-based Section 8 and the voucher program, the tenant’s share of the rent is based upon many factors including tenant income, exclusions and deductions from income and the applicable utility allowance, if the tenant is responsible for paying utilities. This session discussed the rules for determining how rents are set.

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Click here to view the Question & Answer webinar held on May 31, 2012.
Materials for this webinar are listed below:
Rent for Fed Housing Programs (one slide per page)
Rent for Fed Housing Programs (three slides per page)
Information on how rent is calculated.

Week 4: Reasonable Accommodation
(Tues - Thurs, June 19 and June 21)

Forty‐one percent of the families who live in HUD‐assisted rental housing have a head of household or spouse with disabilities. Learn about the laws related to reasonable accommodation and how residents with disabilities may use their rights to reasonable accommodation to obtain and remain in HUD‐assisted rental housing.
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Click here to view the Question & Answer webinar held on June 21, 2012.

Week 5: Enforcement Tools for Residents
(Tues ‐ Thurs, July 10 and July 12)

Some residents have problems enforcing existing rules. This session provided examples of residents who are enforcing locally federal housing rules and a discussion of how residents can join together from different jurisidictions to effect change.

Click here to view the webinar.
Click here to view the Question & Answer webinar held July 12, 2012.

01 PowerPoints used in the webinar presentation Enforcement Tools for Residents (one slide per page with photos)
01A Enforcement Tools for Residents (3 slides to a page and no photos)
02 WRAP Toolkit Presentation
03 Public Housing Association of Tenants (PHAR) Outline
04 Community Voices Heard (CVH) Outline
05 Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP) HUD 2012 Budget Fact Sheet (11-18-2011)
06 Outline of “How and where tenants of federally assisted housing may raise complaints regarding their housing” (July 2012)

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