Information about assistance animals for disabilities (also called service animals, companion animals/pets, or therapy animals.)
Explains what housing discrimination is, who's protected and what you can do if you feel you have been discriminated against.
This article discusses how the Fair Housing Amendments Act (FHAA) can help you if you are disabled and there are financial barriers preventing you from finding housing.
Learn about your rights when applying for housing and during your tenancy. Find out how to ask for a reasonable accommodation and what to do if you are denied a reasonable accommodation or discriminated against.
Learn what the law says about discrimination against victims of domestic violence in housing, and steps you can take to protect your rights.
Learn about what you can do if you feel you’ve been discriminated against in housing. Find out more about the steps in the complaint process.
This article discusses common legal issues relating to housing for the mentally ill and the American's with Disabilities Act.
The Montana Human Rights Act and other state law, the federal Americans with Disabilities Act, the federal Fair Housing Act, and the 1973 Rehabilitation Act protect the right of persons with disabilities to use service animals to aid them in various settings.
Information about your rights in private or public housing if you have a disability.
Your Rights in Housing if You're Disabled
This "Fair Housing Information Sheet" discusses your right, if you are disabled, to have an emotional support or service pet even if your landlord does not allow pets.
This sample letter can be completed by service providers and given to a landlord to show that an emotional support animal was prescribed to a tenant.
Learn about your tenant rights and how to protect them in the federal housing programs that exist in all 50 states -- the Housing Choice Voucher (also called "Section 8") program and project-based housing assistance.