This two sided one-pager summarizes the various housing laws that are designed to protect survivors of domestic violence. This easy to read format is also easy to copy and distribute to survivors and service providers in your community.
Housing and Your Rights
This external brochure outlines some frequently asked questions about your rights as a victim of domestic, sexual or stalking violence. Offered in several languages listed
A Citizen's Rights Publication by the Washington State Attorney General's Office that covers the state laws for all tenants and landlords.
This brochure outlines the housing laws and protections that exist for survivors of domestic violence. Advocates can use this in your community outreach with landlords, survivors can give this to landlords to help explain their rights, and landlords can download this to learn more about how they can help.
Explore frequently asked questions about your rights and protections as a victim under Washington State law. This Northwest Justice Project publication provides general education, not legal advice.
This external brochure on fair housing outlines your protections under the state and local anti-discrimination laws and provides information about steps you can take to stop discrimination.
A link to information about new laws that protect renters when the property they live in becomes foreclosed.
A publication for advocates to use in their work to help survivors access safe and affordable housing. This publication is for HOUSING AND HOMELESS SERVICE PROVIDERS and lets them know how important their role is in providing needed housing and how advocates can help.
A publication for advocates to use in their work to help survivors access safe and affordable housing. This publication is for LANDLORDS and lets them know the law and their opportunities for helping out survivors.
An online learning course that offers information for advocates helping survivors find and stay in housing.