HOME - Housing Opportunities Made Equal. read more
Hidden Treasures: 2012 GUIDE TO INTEGRATED COMMUNITIES IN HAMILTON COUNTY read more
HOME has co-sponsored the 2012 Hidden Treasures publication. To see Dr. Charles F. Casey-Leininger's final 64-page report. read more
Going Home - Charles F. Casey-Leininger and Students of the Public History Practicum. Department of History, University of Cincinnati, Winter 2008 read more
Everyone has a Right to Fair Housing
You have the right to an equal opportunity to live where you choose and to live there without discrimination. HOME personnel can help to protect your Fair Housing rights under federal, state and local statutes. Our activities seek to promote choice in housing regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, familial status or disability. Call us if you feel you have been treated unfairly. We have a bilingual staff member fluent in Spanish.
Video Spotlights Housing Rights for Families
Since the Reagan administration, families with children have been protected from discrimination under the federal Fair Housing Act. Unfortunately many landlords and property managers are either unaware or unaccepting of the requirements the law places on them. With this short, fun video, HOME spotlights some of the methods used to discourage families seeking housing. We hope you enjoy this slightly over-the-top video and share it with your friends. To view, click here.
HOME’s mission is to eliminate unlawful discrimination in housing with a primary focus on racial discrimination. Established in 1968, HOME advocates and enforces housing regulations for all protected classes and promotes stable, integrated communities. HOME primarily serves the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area.
Online Privacy Notice
HOME is committed to maintaining your confidence and trust. In keeping with that principal, our website does not track, collect or distribute personal information about a visitor or a visitor’s e-mail or mailing address. We use your e-mail address only to respond to your questions or requests. Our website does count the number of visitors and provides HOME with aggregated statistics with ongoing totals of the average number of daily visits and the number of visits each month. Furthermore, HOME does not share an online visitor’s personal information with other organizations and does not allow other organizations to collect individually identifiable information from the website by interacting directly with online visitors.
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