Brochures, flyers and tools are available for download and distribution in a variety of languages regarding the housing rights of victims of domestic and sexual violence.
These powerpoint slides from a training conducted by the National Housing Law Project cover common housing issues that survivors with disabilities face; housing rights and protections available for survivors with disabilities; and using reasonable accommodation laws to advocate for survivorsÍ housing needs.
The Safe Homes Act and VAWA: How to Protect Victims of Violence in Private Rental Market, Public, and Subsidized Housing Webinar
The HUD Public Housing Occupancy Guidebook is a reference tool for public housing staff. There is not a specific chapter about sexual violence, but it does include information about nondiscrimination and civil rights.