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FHC Sues City of Howell

City of Howell Sued for Obstructing Housing for Women Recovering from Substance Use Disorders On January 27, 2020, Amber Reineck House, its Founder and President, Courtney Atsalakis, and the Fair Housing Center of Southeast & Mid Michigan filed a disability … Continue reading

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Free Deaf, DeafBlind & Hard of Hearing Fair Housing Training

The Michigan Department of Civil Rights & MDCR Division on Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing along with the Fair Housing Center of Southeast & Mid Michigan would like to invite you to a FREE Fair Housing Training for those … Continue reading

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March Housing Advocates Training Registration Now Open

Housing Advocates TrainingMarch 11 & 12, 2020, Ypsilanti Update: Fees go up on February 26th! This two-day training is an excellent resource for anyone working as an advocate (clients/consumers also welcome). Housing Advocates Training (HAT) is a full day, Welfare Policy Seminar … Continue reading

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FHC Complaint Resolutions Open Up Thousands of Housing Opportunities for Families with Children

We are very pleased to announce the resolution of two complaints based on familial status discrimination, in violation of the Federal Fair Housing Act. These resolutions ensure a future with many more housing opportunities with families with children. Both complaints were … Continue reading

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MSU Tiny Rabbit Case Resolved

Civil Rights Demands Change at MSU Sorority According to the complaint taken by the FHC in the fall of 2017, although Kayla Hicks’ need for an emotional support animal was well documented, East Lansing sorority Alpha Omicron Pi (AOII) refused … Continue reading

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