Fair Housing Act Resources for People With Secondhand Smoke Disabilities

                                        

A list of groups that may be able to provide assistance to residents who qualify to use the Fair Housing Act, which prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in housing. People whose everyday life is affected by exposure to secondhand smoke may qualify as disabled.

 

Atlantis Community

12 Broadway

P. O. Box 9598

Denver, CO 80203-3915

303-733-9324 Phone

Web site: http://www.atlantiscommunity.net

May be able to provide assistance in resolving tenant-landlord problems.

 

Center for Independence

740 Gunnison Ave

Grand Junction, CO 81501

970-241-0315

Web site: http://www.cfigj.org

Helps provide assistance to people with disabilities to resolve housing issues.

 

Offices in Montrose and Glenwood Springs

Mexican American Development Association

17 N 6th St


Montrose, CO 81401

 

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

1512 Grand Ave

Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

 

Colorado Springs Independence Center

21 E Las Animas

Colorado Springs, CO 80903-4139

719-471-8181 Phone

866-646-8181 Toll free

Web site: http://www.csicindliving.org/index.html

Works to help people with disabilities and help with Fair Housing Act complaints.

 

Southwest Center for Independence

3101 N Main Ave

Durango, CO 81301

970-259-1672 Phone

Web site: http://swcidurango.org/

Provides consumer rights and housing assistance.

 

Center for People with Disabilities

1675 Range St

Boulder, Colorado 80301

303-442-8662 Phone

 

Longmont office

615 N Main St

Longmont, CO 80501

303-772-3250 Phone

Web site: http://cpwd-ilc.org/

 

Disabled Resource Services

Fort Collins office

424 Pine St, Suite #101

Fort Collins, CO 80524-2421

970-482-2700 Phone

Web site: www.fortnet.org/drs

Advocacy, Awareness, Access.  May be able to provide some assistance depending on the situation, but can not provide legal assistance.

 

Loveland office

640 E. Eisenhower Blvd.

Loveland, CO 80537-3954

970-667-0816 Phone

 

Choices for Independent Living

1024 9th Ave #E

Greeley, CO 80631

970-335-8682 Phone

Familiar with ADA complaints and may be able to provide assistance.

 

Sangre de Cristo Independent Living Center

803 W 4rth St, Suite D

Pueblo, CO 81003

719-546-1271
Phone

Refers people to the civil rights division in Pueblo or HUD.

 

The Legal Center

455 Sherman St, Suite 130

Denver, CO 80203-4403

303-722-0300 Phone

800-288-1376 Toll-Free Phone

Web site: http://thelegalcenter.org

Provide help to tenants who live in HUD subsidized buildings and are “disabled” under the ADA definition and includes providing legal advice, advocacy, and resolving disputes involving a person with disabilities.

 

Western office

322 N 8th St

Grand Junction, CO 81501-3406

970-241-6371 Phone

800-531-2105 Toll-Free Phone

 

Denver Civil Rights Division

Housing Compliance Specialist

Colorado Civil Rights Division

1560 Broadway Suite 1050

Denver, CO 80202

303-894-7815 Phone

800-262-4845 Toll-Free Phone

Can provide tips and assistance.

 

This list is provided by

GASP of Colorado

(Group to Alleviate Smoking Pollution)

http://www.gaspforair.org

 

Updated December 2013