The Housing Rights Center (HRC) works to promote justice and equality in housing. HRC provides Alhambra residents with free housing counseling and fair housing education, investigates housing discrimination, and assists with disability accommodation requests.
*To protect public safety, HRC is currently providing all services over the phone or online.
HRC offers FREE, confidential housing counseling to Alhambra residents. Check out the resources below or ask our housing counselors your questions about:
*If you’ve received an eviction notice from your landlord or from the court, please visit Stay Housed LA immediately for legal support: www.stayhousedla.org or
You have rights; learn them with the Housing Rights Center. HRC offers free public workshops on housing rights and common issues facing tenants and landlords. All workshops are currently held online:
Sign up to join at www.housingrightscenter.org/register.
Looking for housing? HRC publishes a monthly listing of housing opportunities for throughout Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. HRC cannot assist with housing placement. Download Project Place here.
Housing Rights Hotline: 1-800-477-5977
Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, M-F
Counseling Appointments: www.housingrightscenter.org/help
Housing Rights Workshops: www.housingrightscenter.org/register
Social media: @housingrightscenter (Instagram/Facebook), @hrc_la(Twitter)
· Emergency eviction protections related toCOVID-19 are in effect in Alhambra, Los Angeles County, and California. Tenants must take specific actions and appear in court to assert these protections. Learn more.
· HRC is a member of the Stay Housed LA County coalition providing legal aid in eviction defense cases. If you receive a notice from your landlord or from a court, contact Stay Housed immediately.
· Rent increases under 10% are allowed. Larger rent increases are currently prohibited while the state of California’s emergency declaration is in effect. For some properties, rent increases must remain under 5.7%. Learn more.
· Federal, state, and local laws protect all of us from discrimination based on factors including race, sex, religion, age, national origin, disability or medical condition, sexual orientation and gender identity, and others. Learn more.
· Tenants with disabilities, or any conditions that substantially limit life activities, are entitled to request accommodations and modifications in their homes. HRC can assist in making these requests. Learn more.
LA County launched Stay Housed L.A. County, a countywide initiative to provide legal assistance and support for tenants facing eviction amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The launch included the release of Stay Housed LA.org,a website connecting tenants with useful information about their rights,workshops for residents who need legal assistance, and other support. Stay Housed L.A. County is a partnership between the County of Los Angeles, legal aid groups and community-based organizations to provide emergency support to tenants in need. Visit their website for more information: https://www.stayhousedla.org/.