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Fax requests to 310-330-5780.
Ask yourself the following questions when housing discrimination is suspected. - Have you received an eviction notice? - Have you had trouble getting repairs completed? - Have you experienced discrimination in housing because of your race, ethnic origin, marital status, sex, religion, arbitrary reason (i.e. sexual orientation, source of income)? - Have disputes between tenants and landlords escalated to the point where mediation is needed? - Have you moved recently but haven't received your security deposit? - Do you need information about your rights and responsibilities?
Southern California Housing Rights Center investigates cases of alleged housing discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, physical or mental disability, familial status, age, and sexual preference. For questions or other assistance please contact the Southern California Housing Rights Center hotline at 310-474-1667. Assistance is available in Spanish, Mandarin, English, Armenian, Portuguese and Russian.
Such "public service" funded programs include: - Family Violence/Crime Intervention and Prevention Services - Job Training, Homeless Services - Juvenile Diversion/Youth Services - Persons With Hiv/Aids Services - Senior Citizen Services - Transitional Living Services
(Note: This list is not inclusive of all types of services that may be eligible under the CDBG Program.)
For further information on non-profit grant resources please contact the Center for Nonprofit Management, located at:Center for Nonprofit Management606 S Olive Street Suite 2450Los Angeles, CA 90014213-623-7080.
In addition, the Santa Monica Public Library has the ‘FC Search Database- Cooperating Collections’, which is a core collection of Foundation Center publications and a variety of supplementary materials and services in areas useful to grant seekers.
Visit the Center for Nonprofit Management website.