Galveston Tenants Sue HUD in Washington, D.C.

Galveston, TX - Lone Star Legal Aid is going to Washington, D.C. to fight for Sandpiper Cove tenants in Galveston, Texas. On Tuesday, June 30, 2020, LSLA’s Fair Housing team and housing civil rights lawyers Mike Daniel and Laura Beshara of Daniel & Beshara, P.C. filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Housing and … Continue reading Galveston Tenants Sue HUD in Washington, D.C.

COVID-19 – Homeowner Protections

The Federal Government has approved protections for homeowners struggling economically as a result of COVID-19 related illness or loss of wages. Below you will find resources to several foreclosure moratoriums that could save your home. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) authorized the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) to implement an immediate foreclosure and … Continue reading COVID-19 – Homeowner Protections

COVID-19 Forcing Families to Stay Home: Children are at a Higher Risk for Abuse

Family dynamics have been altered due to the current health pandemic which have put children at a higher risk for abuse and neglect. The decline of childcare availability and economic hardship resulting from loss of employment may affect how parents and guardians treat their children. Abusive behaviors include sexual, physical, and emotional abuse. As the … Continue reading COVID-19 Forcing Families to Stay Home: Children are at a Higher Risk for Abuse

Harris County Distributes First Half of $30 Million Coronavirus Relief Fund

On June 12, Harris County officially sent out half of its $30 million Coronavirus relief fund to 44 community-based organizations. These organizations are tasked with dispersing the money to eligible residents and families to help pay for housing, childcare, food, electricity, and other essential needs. Residents of Harris County in need can apply to qualify … Continue reading Harris County Distributes First Half of $30 Million Coronavirus Relief Fund