Yes, upon request. There are also many HUD forms available in different languages.
HomeFront doesn’t currently offer emergency housing. However, you can contact our Housing Ambassador Pamela Aning at (406) 237-1905 to discuss community emergency housing resources. Calling 211 will also direct you to services to find somewhere to sleep tonight.
HUD is ready to help with any problem of housing discrimination. If you think your rights have been violated, the Housing Discrimination Complaint Form is available for you to download, complete and return, or complete online and submit. You may also write HUD a letter, or telephone the HUD Office nearest you. You have one year after an alleged violation Read the article
You may stay in public housing as long as you comply with the lease and program regulations. If your family income is sufficient to obtain housing on the private market, HomeFront may determine whether your family should stay in public housing.
Giving preference to specific groups of families enables HomeFront to direct limited housing resources to the families with the greatest housing needs. See the Do I Qualify? page for more information.
Yes, residents will be held responsible for all terms of the lease in accordance with Montana Landlord Tenant Law. Housekeeping standards are included in the lease and are enforced.