Green Book and Other Resources

NHLP conducts a range of webinars and in-person trainings.  A selection of our training webinars is available here and we are working to make more of them available.

In addition we produce a range of publications from the Greenbook to manuals, white papers and other items to assist attorneys, organizers and advocates.

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Green Book

NHLP's HUD Housing Programs: Tenants’ Rights (universally known as “the Green Book”), is considered as the seminal authority on HUD tenants’ rights by advocates and housing professionals throughout the country. With a user-friendly format and clear, concise explanations of a complex area of the law, the Green Book is the quintessential guide to understanding HUD’s housing programs, containing unpublished court opinions, hard-to-find memos and other useful information.

NHLP has moved! To lighten our load, we're offering NHLP's Green Book and Supplement at special prices in our one-time Moving Sale!

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Green Book Companion Website

The Green Book's Companion Website includes sets of documents for the 4th edition of the manual and the Supplement: (1) Table of Cases; (2) Document Library; (3) Glossary/Common Acronyms and Index; and (4) an Errata Sheet.

Documents on the Companion Website are in PDF or Word format. PDF downloads will require a PDF file reader.

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Check out NHLP's publications on a variety of topics.

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NHLP conducts and participates in webinars on housing issues. Webinars that are sponsored by NHLP, or in which our staff participates, are announced on this website under upcoming Webinars. Participants in live webinars may be charged a nominal fee to reimburse our costs. Webinars sponsored by NHLP are typically recorded and archived and accessible for viewing by housing advocates.

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