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Housing Resources

Los Angeles County Housing Resource Center
To obtain current information on available housing for rent, or to list (at no cost) available rental housing, see: http://housing.lacounty.gov

Landlord/Tenant Rights and Responsibilities
For information on landlord/tenant rights and responsibilities, and to obtain a copy of the California Department of Consumer Affairs Guide, go to the California Department of Consumer Affairs website: http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/landlordbook/index.shtml

Landlord/Tenant Disputes
For assistance in mediating disputes between landlords and tenants, contact:
Inland Valleys Justice Center
300 S. Park Avenue, Suite 745
Pomona, CA 91766
(909) 397-5780
http://www.ivjc.org

Discrimination
To report discrimination, contact the Southern California Housing Rights Center (formerly the Fair Housing Council of San Gabriel Valley) in Pasadena, or online at http://www.hrc-la.org, to see the times and dates for walk-in clinics. (626) 791-0211

Housing Rehabilitation Programs
The Housing Rehabilitation and Preservation Program funds residential repair and improvements for the low to moderate income homeowners, so as to help maintain, protect and preserve the City's existing affordable housing stock. This program is intended for single-family detached homes and mobile homes.

Funds for this program are limited and requests for funds are evaluated based upon a combination of need, and first come, first served basis. All properties that receive loans shall be subject to a lien placed upon that property.

The Handyworker Program provides small grants to qualifying low-and moderate-income persons for minor housing repairs. This program is funded through a Community Development Block Grant. For more information, call (626) 858-7266.

Home Foreclosure Information

For foreclosure counseling, call the Pasadena Neighborhood Housing Services at (626) 794-7191, or HOPE NOW at (888) 995-HOPE. Additional information can be found at http://www.yourhome.ca.gov and http://dca.lacounty.gov/tsForeclosure.html.