INLAND FAIR HOUSING AND MEDIATION BOARD
Transforming Communities...Transforming Lives
IFHMB is providing services during the Covid-19 closure.
Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board has temporarily closed its offices to the public. However, we are continuing our business operations. IFHMB staff will continue to provide services to the communities we serve. To contact our office:
1. Call IFHMB and leave a message at (909) 984-2254.
2. To report housing discrimination, call 909-984-2254 ext. 175
Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board is a private nonprofit agency. Our programs include fair housing services, landlord/tenant and mobile home mediation, housing counseling, alternative dispute resolution, and senior services. We offer our services in English and other languages. Please let us know if you need assistance with language services.
If you are experiencing housing discrimination, please contact us.
IFHMB nondiscrimination and accessibility statement:
(Rehabilitation Act Section 504)
Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB) complies with all applicable State and Federal civil rights laws. IFHMB strives to provide services that are accessible to persons with disabilities. IFHMB does not discriminate on the basis of disability. Reasonable accommodations are available upon request. To make a reasonable accommodation request or to make a complaint regarding a reasonable accommodation request email firstname.lastname@example.org. For assistance with Section 504 matters such as reasonable accommodations or grievances please contact Michelle Hill, Section 504 Coordinator at email@example.com or (909) 984-2254.
IFHMB provides language services to people whose primary language is not English. For assistance with these language services contact (909) 984-2254.
Hotline for Indio residents 1-888-885-8020
Indio residents may call the hotline for information regarding COVID-19 related landlord-tenant disputes, evictions, or if you have experienced housing discrimination.
Hotline for El Centro residents 1-888-492-5033
El Centro residents may call the hotline for information regarding COVID-19 related landlord-tenant disputes, evictions, or if you have experienced housing discrimination.