Conditions that keep apartments out of reach for the disabled are unacceptable by today’s standards. Since 1991, the Fair Housing Act has required that all new apartments be constructed with minimum accessibility standards. If you or someone you know has encountered barriers or access issues at an apartment or condominium, please tell us about it.
If you have a physical disability and currently reside or occupy an apartment (defined as more than four individual housing units) you could earn a check for $50! AccessAmerica invites members of the disability community to participate in an independent Fair Housing and Accessibility Research Study. Interested candidates must complete an online survey
Report a clear or possible violation to us. Whether it occurred in the workplace, in public facility or in a housing situation, our mission is protecting the rights and opportunities for those with disabilities. From a phone call to assembling a legal team for representation, AccessAmerica has services and resources that can assist. And it’s completely free of charge thanks to private donations.
If money or legal representation prevents you from acting on discrimination or rights violations, this program provides free financial or legal assistance.
Our volunteers review each and every request and will respond to you within 7 days.
Change only occurs through awareness. Unless you or someone close to you lives with a disability, it’s easy to take mobility and access for granted. By creating global awareness, everyone can become an advocate for improving quality of life for all.
We break down barriers for people with sight challenges. This helpful, and even life-changing group offers resources and support, including advocacy, legal representation and financial assistance to those affected by low vision and blindness.