What is Mediation?
Mediation is a voluntary, confidential, and informal process involving two disputing parties seeking a solution. By using an impartial third party, both parties attempt to reach an agreement to end their dispute.
IFHMB’s mediation department provides information to landlords, tenants, mobile home park owners, and mobile home residents regarding their rights and responsibilities under the California Landlord and Tenant Laws and facilitates negotiations between parties in housing-related disputes. Housing Mediation services are conducted over the phone or by appointment.
To contact IFHMB’s Landlord-Tenant Mediation department or Mobile Home Mediation department, call 1-800-321-0911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Landlord and Tenant Mediation
Have an issue with your landlord/tenant? Need repairs done in your unit? Did you receive a 3-day notice? Need to evict a tenant? Want to know your rights?
Our Landlord/Tenant department provides information and education to landlords and tenants about their rights and responsibilities under the California Civil Code. In addition, our trained mediators will offer to mediate conflicts between tenants and landlords. Housing mediation is a useful tool to promote resolutions to problems and avoid needless litigation in the courts.
To contact IFHMB’s Landlord and Tenant Mediation department, call 1-800-321-0911 or email email@example.com
Mobile Home Mediation
IFHMB’s Mobile Home mediators offer specialized problem solving based on Mobile Home Residency Law that reflects the dual ownership and unique life style of the Mobile Home community. Training workshops are also available for education on rights and responsibilities and understanding of the Mobile Home Residency Law (MRL).
To contact IFHMB’s Mobile Home Mediation department,
call 1-800-321-0911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
When you donate, you are helping to improve the lives and financial well-being of individuals, families and communities.
I want to help Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board to:
- “Affirmatively Further Fair Housing” according to the 1968 Fair Housing Act
- Continue to publish the “Fair Housing Quarterly” four times per year
- Provide Housing Counseling Services throughout the Inland Empire communities
- Develop and establish new Financial Education and Mediation Programs
- Invest in the development of future Rental Assistance and Homeless Programs