Put Nondiscrimination Language in All Written Communications

Like most sites, you communicate in writing with the public, applicants, and residents nearly every day. For example, you probably send out applications, leases, 50059 certification forms, letters, notices, brochures, and flyers. But did you know that HUD requires each of these written communications to contain specific language saying that your site doesn’t discriminate against individuals with disabilities [HUD Handbook 4350.3, par. 2-29(C)(3)]?

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