The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) website provides a Section 504 One-Stop web portas, as well as guidance on the accessibility requirements of the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act: HUD Guidance on Accessibility Requirements  Fair Housing Act Accessbility Requirements  HUD Question and Answer Supplement   Fair Housing Act Design Manual - Available on the website, this manual provides guidance about ways to design and construct housing which complies with the Fair Housing Act, including both the accessbility requirements of the Fair Housing Act and HUD's interpretation of the requirements. Fair Housing Accessibility FIRST - an initiative sponsored by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), designed to promote compliance with the design and construction requirements of the Fair Housing Act. The Fair Housing FIRST website provides a comprehensive training curriculum, including training module materials that can be downloaded from the site, extensive guidance, information and resources, an FAQ section and a toll-free Design and Construction Resource Center hotline - (888) 341-7781. US Department of Justice Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)  Web Portal - is the ADA Home Page for the US Department of Justice, providing links to ADA Publications, federal resources, businesses and non-profit service providers, and more. is the US government’s online resource for people with disabilities. The housing options section has information on finding accessible and affordable housing in your community, including housing programs and housing vouchers for persons with disabilities, information on making housing accessible for consumers and builders or developers, information on supportive housing, and special resources available to disabled veterans, including: The US Department of Veterans Affairs Specially Adapted Housing Program  The Homes for Our Troops program for building specially adapted homes for the nation's severely injured veterans The ABILITY House Veterans with Disabilities Initiative - is dedicated to promoting aging in place and independent living for persons of all ages and  abilities. It offers training and education opportunities for professionals who wish to respond to the increasing demand for home modification services. It also serves as an information clearinghouse on home modification to equip professionals and consumers with a comprehensive inventory of resources such as a National Directory of Home Modification and Repair Resources.'s FAQs page provides questions received and  answers related to architects/contractors to assist with home modifications, sources of government grants and funding, Alzheimer’s and Hearing Impairment specific modication issues, universal design, and specific accessibility products for baths, kitchens, stairs, lifts and ramps, floors, grab bars, and assistive technology.'s Resources page is a library containing full  text documents directly and indirectly related to home modification, an extensive list of links to agencies and organizations involved with home modification and supportive housing, a list of videos available for those who need to see to believe, and a product section.
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