Are you looking for resources for housing? Are you looking for a rental or purchasing a home? Not sure where to start or what to be aware of moving forward? Are you a person with a disability or have a family member who has a disability?
Our Quarterly Housing & Advocacy Class can help you in all these areas and more!
Whether you are a renter, home owner, or looking to become one, this class will help you navigate and understand a variety of aspects of independent housing as a person with a disability or if you have a family member who has a disability Topics discussed in the class include:
Renting vs Home Ownership – Pros and Cons
Creating a Housing Goal
Applying for housing assistance
Fair Housing Guidance
Where to look for rentals
Home Ownership – what you should know
Rental/New Home checklists
Home Ownership/Rental Resources
Simple Modifications for Access
How to make a Complaint
Local Resources & Shelters
The Class will be held at the Augusta Office, 948 Walton Way, Augusta, GA 30901.
Class Dates for 2018 are:
Tuesday, March 20
Tuesday, June 26
Tuesday, September 18
Tuesday, December 18
The Class is designed for persons with disabilities or if you have a family member who has a disability. The class covers both Renters and Home Owners – each with a separate part of the class.
On the day of the classes:
Part One for Renters is from 10:30 AM until 12:00 noon.
Part Two for Home Owners is from 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM.
We ask all those interested in the Housing & Advocacy Class to please RSVP to Steve Tarpley at 706-724-6262.
If an accommodation is needed for participants, please notify us two weeks before the class you would like to attend starts.