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Resources & Forms

We want you to be successful in your tenancy. Use these resources and forms to ensure you maintain good standing in our program and  make the best of your new home and community.


Online Forms

Contact Information Update Form
Use this form to update your address, email, or phone number.
Document Request Form
Use this form to request copies of documents that you have submitted to BRHP in the past.
Employment Self-Certification
Use this form to certify your employment.
Interim Change Package
Use this form to report any changes in income or household composition. Changes must be reported to BRHP within 30 days.
Optional Contact Form
Use this form to provide an additional contact person in case issues arise and you are unable to be reached.
Request to Move Form
Use this form to request to move and begin the move process.
Unaddressed Maintenance Issue Report Form
Use this form is to report issues that you have previously reported to your landlord that have not been addressed.
Voucher Extension Request
Use this form if your voucher is approaching expiration and you need an extension.
Withdrawal Form
Use this form if you would like to voluntarily withdraw from the BRHP program.

Additional Resources

BRHP Search Tool

The BRHP Search Tool allows any applicant, resident or property partner to quickly determine if a home is in an Opportunity area, and provides an estimated range of rents based on the payment standard. The tool provides valuable neighborhood context, including transit lines, grocery stores, child-care centers and school information. The tool displays the zoned schools for that particular home, as well as the GreatSchools score and a link to the GreatSchools page for each school.

HUD Housing Discrimination Complaint Form

Form to report Housing discrimination to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Housing discrimination may be due to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status, or disability.

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Landlords and Tenants: Tips on Avoiding Disputes

The Office of the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division has created this publication to help renters and residential property owners understand their respective rights and obligations, as well as the remedies that are available under Maryland law. It covers a broad range of issues, such as applications, leases, security deposits, rent escrow, lead-based paint hazards, eviction, and where to seek help if problems arise.

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Property Partner Manual

The Property Partner Manual informs current and prospective BRHP property partners on program logistics and serves as a resource to support a successful leasing process and tenancy.

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Self-Inspection Checklist

Use this Self-Inspection Checklist to help prepare for your Housing Quality Standards (HQS) Inspection. This document is a tool provided by the Baltimore Regional Housing Partnership. For additional information regarding the HQS Inspection, see the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Inspection Checklist, form HUD-52580 (PDF).

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Self-Inspection Checklist Residents

Use this Self-Inspection Checklist to help prepare for your Housing Quality Standards (HQS) Inspection. This document is a tool provided by the Baltimore Regional Housing Partnership. For additional information regarding the HQS Inspection, see the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Inspection Checklist, form HUD-52580 (PDF).

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Utility Assistance Resource List

A list of state and local utility assistance resources. Please note, this list is not a comprehensive list and will be updated.

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Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

The Violence against Women Act of 2013 (VAWA) provides special protections for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking who are applying for or receiving assistance under a Housing Choice Voucher program.  Protections are not limited to women but cover victims regardless of sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation.  If state or local laws provide greater protection for such victims, those laws apply along with VAWA. Under VAWA, BRHP allows tenants who are victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking to request an emergency transfer from the tenant’s current unit to another unit.

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