Don’t Get RAD-dled Training Series for PHAs

Don’t Get RAD-dled: Ensuring Compliance and Best Practices
Training Series for Public Housing Authorities on What You Need to Know about the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD)

Through RAD, public housing authorities (PHAs) are applying to convert 185,000 public housing units nationwide to project-based rental assistance (PBRA) or project-based vouchers (PBV). While RAD conversions have many specific legal requirements and can raise challenging questions, they can also create important opportunities for addressing funding shortages and serving low-income community members. This training series is designed for public housing authorities to overview some of the key legal requirements of RAD and best practices to ensure the long-term preservation of affordable housing.

Part 1: Overview of RAD – Component 1 and Component 2

Part 2: RAD Right to Remain, Rescreening, and Temporary Relocation

Part 3: RAD Long-Term Affordability and Oversight

Part 4: RAD Tenant Education and Organizing Rights

Part 5: Common RAD Fair Housing and Civil Rights Issues

Part 6: RAD Lease, House Rules, and Grievance Procedure Requirements