A new fair housing training from Silver State Fair Housing Council! BEST PRACTICES: Assessing requests for reasonable accommodations to keep animals in housing Based on HUD’s
A new fair housing training from Silver State Fair Housing Council!
Assessing requests for reasonable accommodations
to keep animals in housing
Based on HUD’s Assistance Animal Notice FHEO-2020-01, issued
in January, 2020, this training provides best practices for
housing providers tasked with evaluating and processing
reasonable accommodation requests for service and assistance
animals. Topics will include documentation for non-observable
disabilities, internet certifications, “unique” animals, and more.
Please note that there are no continuing education credits
associated with this training
TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 2021
1 PM—3 PM
Training will be conducted on Zoom
Video participation required with camera/webcam turned on.
775.324.0990 / 888.585.8634 / Relay Nevada 711
Participants must attend the entire training and complete a training evaluation in order to receive a training
certificate. We are pleased to provide reasonable accommodations requested by people with disabilities
who wish to attend the training. Contact us at 888.585.8634 or Relay Nevada 711 by March 9, 2021 to
request reasonable accommodations.
This material is based on work supported by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and is being used
to promote fair housing rights under FHIP Grant #FEOI1900447. Any opinion, findings, and conclusions or recommendations
expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of HUD
(Wednesday) 8:28 pm - 8:28 pm