Facebook groups for people with chronic illness and disabilities looking to improve their housing scene
Roommates for Invisible Illnesses (CFS, ME, Fibro, Lyme, etc)
E! Safe Housing (Environmental intolerances)
Disability Support and Self-Advocacy in HUD, Section 8 & Low Income Housing – Welcomes anyone living in low-income housing, applying, or interested in applying. For anyone who self-identifies as disabled (you do not have to be approved for disability). Also welcomes family members and caregivers who live with people with disabilities.
Housing Choice Voucher Section 8 Friends – Not specifically for disabilities. Open to all people on Housing Vouchers.
Affordable Housing Online – Announcements about openings of wait lists across the country.
IHSS and HUD – Be careful there are some Facebook sites on this topic that people are reporting to be scams. Please do not give money to anyone unless you have confirmed they are from a legitimate organization. Please double check any advice you are given.
Communes, eco-villages, co-housing, cooperative houses: Cooperative Living on a Disability Income
There are articles on Electromagnetic Free communities here. A list of housing for Multiple Chemical Sensitivities is here and here and a website about tiny houses for people with chemical sensitivities is here. This appears to be a community for people with MCS. This is the Facebook page for DFEND, is a new nonprofit group with a goal of creating housing where patients with ME and other chronic illnesses could live in non-toxic, quiet, healing environments. Finally, here’s a great Guide to Section 8 Disability Accommodations for Multiple Chemical Sensitivities
Tools for Troublemakers
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