Fair Housing Focus: VAWA and Domestic Violence - The Fair Housing Institute, Inc.

Fair Housing Focus: VAWA and Domestic Violence

The Fair Housing Institute

Course Program

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a serious issue that affects housing providers and residents all over the country every year. While housing providers may want to do their best to help, they may not know what policies to adopt and practices to follow when dealing with a victim of domestic violence in their community.  What rights do the laws provide victims of domestic violences? Should the police get involved? Don’t guess your way through this complex topic, or wait until one of these situations arises.

Some of the topics covered:

  • Local laws
  • Crime free ordinances
  • Properties VAWA rights
  • Landlord-tenant laws

       And more!


VAWA and Domestic Violence Training

This course examines the rights of victims of domestic violence in housing and the best practices housing providers should follow to protect their residents while also looking after the best interests of their community. This course takes a closer look at several potential scenarios to help ensure a well-rounded understanding. At the end, if you take and pass a brief exam you will earn a certificate of completion.

  • Available Languages – English
  • $39.00/Course
  • Course Time: 15 minutes
  • 10 Question Certification Exam
  • Certificate of Completion

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VAWA and Domestic Violence


  • Introduction
  • Domestic violence
  • Disturbance example and options
  • Crime free ordinances
  • State and local laws
  • Properties covered
  • VAWA rights
  • Landlord tenant rights
  • Emergency transfers
  • Staying informed
  • Is this domestic violence?
  • Multiple examples
  • Summary
  • Exam


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