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Working with Public Housing Agencies to Improve Survivors’ Access to Housing


July 2019

This toolkit outlines the steps that advocates can take to improve local public housing agency (PHA) policies that affect survivors of domestic and sexual violence. This Toolkit is designed to provide an overview of the PHA planning process as well as detail various ways advocates can influence PHA policies. The Toolkit contains several sample documents that you can use in working with your local PHA. Author/source: The National Housing Law Project.

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