I have a disability. Can I get a reasonable accommodation?

If your disability is impacting your housing, your landlord may be required to help. You just have to ask.

What is a reasonable accommodation?

Any change to polices, practices, procedures or services to allow accessibility and equal opportunity for a person with a disability.  Examples include:

What is reasonable?

An accommodation request is reasonable if:

Am I considered a person with a disability?

A person with a disability is someone who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities such as seeing, hearing, walking, breathing, performing manual tasks, caring for one’s self, learning, speaking, etc.

How do I request a reasonable accommodation?

What are my options if the landlord refuses?

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