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Fair Housing Accessibility FIRST in Boise, Idaho

Also provided via webcast at

Sponsored by the 23 member organizations of the Idaho Fair Housing Forum.

FIRST Modules Presented:
  • Design & Construction Requirements of the Fair Housing Act, Technical Overview (Module 10)
  • Accessible Routes (Module 7)
  • Accessible Public & Common-Use Areas (Module 8)
  • Strategies for Compliant Bathrooms (Module 6)

Advocates, Architects, Attorneys, Government Officials, Community Developers, Property Managers, Landscape Architects, Housing Development Officers, Project Managers, Building Inspectors, Testers, and Investigators

Comments from the participants:
"The entire presentation was very well organized. Jack Catlin kept it entertaining and used common sense when using examples."

"I have participated in many FHA trainings and this was exemplary."

"This should be presented in Boise on an annual basis."


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Fair Housing FIRST Training Part One

Fair Housing FIRST Training Part Two