Fair Housing Foundation Recognized by the State of California's Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency
Sacramento, CA May 2, 2022- The Fair Housing Foundation has been recognized by the state of California for being one of the State’s Local Partner Network organizations that illustrates the significance of the state’s efforts to keep families housed and prevent evictions via the emergency relief program.
“‘Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have worked hard to stand up the state rental assistance program- the largest in the nation- to help families in need remain housed during the emergency,’ said Gustavo Velasquez, Director of the Department of Housing and Community Development, which administers the state program.”
FHF was recognized in the following statement: “Alisha, a Los Angeles County Resident, received funding through the state program that helped her during the pandemic and was assisted by the Fair Housing Foundation in the Los Angeles area, one of the rent relief program’s Local Partner Network (LPN) organizations.”
FHF is proud to continue our dedication toward eliminating discrimination in housing and promoting equal access to housing choices for everyone.
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