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Austin Tenants’ Council

Tenant/landlord and fair housing help for Austin residents

Legal Aid Offices in Texas

Free legal help for low-income people

Lone Star Legal Aid

14 branch offices in the Eastern part of the state extending from Texarkana to Angleton. Covers some central parts of the state including Belton and Waco.

Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas

14 branch offices in the North Central and Western parts of the state including the DFW area, Lubbock, Amarillo, Odessa, and Abilene

Texas RioGrande Legal Aid

12 offices in South, Central and West Texas including Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, El Paso, the entire Rio Grande Valley and the entire Texas-Mexico border

How to Sue in Justice Court

Helpful Information on How to Sue from the State Bar of Texas

Texas Workforce Commission Civil RightsDivision

To file a discrimination complaint

Texas County Appraisal Districts

Can be useful in obtaining ownership information from tax records

Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs

State Housing Agency

Texas Low Income Housing Information Service

Affordable housing and tenant/landlord information

To find out who your elected representatives are

National Organizations and Links

National Alliance of HUD Tenants

National Housing Law Project

National Housing Trust

National Low Income Housing Coalition 

Housing Preservation Project

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

HUD Fair Housing Office Fair housing information and complaint form

Hudclips HUD notices, handbooks, and regulations relating to federally subsidized housing

Huduser Housing data

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