Reasonable Accommodation Process / Fair Housing
What is Fair Housing and Reasonable Accommodation
Fair Housing provides housing free of discriminatory practices and policies. Reasonable Accommodation allows an otherwise eligible family, which includes a person with a disability, to participate fully in SCCHA’s housing assistance programs.
SCCHA has a responsibility to further affirmatively Fair Housing in accordance with State and federal Fair Housing laws. The Section 504 Coordinator will ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Fair Housing Act as related to SCCHA’s housing assistance programs. If you believe you are the victim of housing discrimination, contact the SCCHA’s Section 504 Coordinator at 408-275-8770.
How to Request a Reasonable Accommodation
- Requests can be submitted to SCCHA verbally or in writing.
To download a copy of the Reasonable Accommodation Request form, click here
What Happens Next
- Make a determination if the request is reasonable.
- Follow up with a knowledgeable professional to verify if the requested accommodation is necessary.
- Provide written notification of the decision to the tenant.
For More Information
For general information from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) about Fair Housing and Reasonable Accommodation, click here.
For general information from the State of California on Fair Housing and about Reasonable Accommodation, click here.