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Community Resources

The Housing Section has put together an Emergency Resource List  for individuals and families in need. The list provides information on shelter referral, food banks, and 24-hour hotlines for social service, mental health, and child/adult protective services. This information can also be obtained directly from 211 LA County. 211 LA County is a 24 hour/ 7 days a week social service hotline. Contact a resource specialist at 2-1-1 or 800.339.6993, or visit their website.

Useful Websites

Los Angeles County Online
This website provides a summary of county social service programs designed to help person and families in need.

Healthy City
This is an online community resource and mapping tool of services available to low-income, underserved families.

Fair Housing

The Fair Housing Act makes it illegal to discriminate in any phase of selling or renting real estate against anyone on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, family status, or national origin.

Below are listings of agencies that provide free to low cost legal advice on your housing rights. Whether you are a tenant or landlord, there are laws to protect you from unfair treatment and discrimination.

Pomona Self-Help Center
400 Civic Center Plaza - 7th Floor
Pomona, CA 91766
(909) 487-7609

Fair Housing Foundation
Phone: (800) 446-3247

Inland Valley Justice Center
Phone: (818) 346-5280


Bet Tzedek Legal Services
Phone: (323) 939-0506

County of Los Angeles Department of Consumer Affairs
Dispute Settlement Service

Phone: (213) 974-1452 or (800) 593-8222

Fair Housing/Equal Opportunity - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Phone: (213) 894-8000

National Fair Housing Advocate

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health - Tenants may report unsafe living conditions that are a threat to public health such no running water, plumbing issues, or rodent infestation.
(888) 700-9995

The Los Angeles Department of Consumer Affairs provides the "Tenant Resources: Eviction for nonpayment of Rent" brochure.
 

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