(Douglas, Josephine, Jackson, Klamath, Lake Counties)

  • Talent: A tenant had been living in an apartment unit for more than seven years. He requests a reasonable modification to accommodate his physical disability and it was approved.  The property was then sold. The same manager remained on the property. After a routine unit inspection, the tenant received a notice of termination due to the alterations of the unit, even though they had been approved by management. The tenant decided to move out and not file a complaint.
  • Medford: The daughter of a resident living in an HOA-governed community, suffered a traumatic brain injury and needed to live with her mother for care giving.  The HOA Board of Directors insisted the daughter leave the community since it is a 55+ senior community. FHCO assisted the resident in requesting a reasonable accommodation to the policy to allow her to care for her disabled daughter, and the board granted it. 
  • Roseburg: A man with a disability requiring an assistance dog, contacted  a mobile home park about moving in. He was told the park would not accept pets and they included assistance animals. FHCO contacted the park to explain the law and the park thenagreed to accept the dog.