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Housing Counseling FAQ
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Could you clarify the meaning of "works for" in the following statement "an individual who works for an agency approved to participate in HUD's Housing Counseling Program"?

Date Published: August 2017

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The term "works for" means both paid employees and volunteers of a Participating Agency, on a full- or part-time basis. If an agency validates the employment of an individual, the agency will be responsible for any housing counseling activity conducted by the housing counselor pursuant to that certification. The agency will also be responsible for ensuring that the counselor’s activities comply with all regulations and requirements of HUD’s Housing Counseling program, including requirements pertaining to conflicts of interest and subcontracting.


Tags: Housing Counseling Program Certification Rule - Who Needs to Be Certified

FAQ ID:

3104