Video Training: Nuisance and Crime-Free Ordinances and Their Impact on Housing Access for Survivors

December 6, 2019

In this webinar presenters from FVAP and National Housing Law Project (NHLP) discuss nuisance ordinances and crime-free housing policies and how they often punish survivors of domestic and sexual violence for seeking help from police or other emergency services. This webinar also explains how California law now protects tenants, including survivors, from being evicted or punished because of calls for police or other emergency services (such as ambulances).

Registration and Payment

All videos are free for survivors of domestic violence/intimate partner abuse and the people who support them; California nonprofit / legal aid employees; private attorneys currently representing a survivor of domestic violence pro bono in California; members of the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence; and members of Legal Aid Association of California. ​All others (including private attorneys), please pay before viewing. $35 per video. Click here to pay. In the comments section, please include the name(s) of the training(s) you are paying for. (Payment for training does not count as a tax-deductible donation.)


Taylor Campion, FVAP Employment & Housing Justice Attorney and Kara Brodfuehrer, NHLP

MCLE Credit

To receive 0.75 hours of MCLE credit for watching this webinar, please download and complete the below evaluation form, then email it to (Be sure to download the form and save it to your device before entering your information.) Available for CA attorneys only. By submitting this form you are certifying that you viewed the entire presentation, and are electronically signing an attendance record.

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