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Reasonable Accommodations

Special Needs, Requests, and Accommodations 

If you have any special needs or have family members with special needs, you may request a reasonable accommodation in order to have equal access to the programs and services of the Housing Choice Voucher Program.

Some examples of reasonable accommodation are as follows:

  • TDD or TTY Devices
  • Interpreter for hearing impaired
  • Housing Agency correspondence in an accessible format
  • Home visits for clients that are critically ill or disabled
  • Assistance to persons with limited written comprehension
  • Language translation

If you have a special need due to a disability, you will be asked to submit a written request for reasonable accommodations and if not otherwise obvious, to provide us with documentation of a disability from a reliable medical source. We will make every effort to meet your needs pursuant to federal regulations and to provide any reasonable accommodation.