Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB) celebrates more than 30 years of community impact as a private non-profit: IFHMB serves as an intermediary to resolve issues related to housing discrimination, homeownership sustainability, rental complaints, and disputes in court with the goal of empowering individuals and enriching the communities we serve.
Join IFHMB's Connect for Change Campaign & GIVE BIG!
Reason’s 2 GIVE BIG
1. Did you know that more than 2300 adults and children are homeless on any given day in San Bernardino County?
2. In fact, a minimum-wage renter has to work more than 131 hours per week to afford a 2- bedroom apartment in the Inland Empire and Greater Los Angeles communities.
3. 1.4 million households earning less than $25,000 annually, spend 50% or more of that income on housing. The recommend housing cost amount is 1/3 or about 31% of your monthly income.
Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB) provides access to mission critical resources for about 75 of these individuals and families every day. Just ask Shelia, Rosa, or Amie:
IFHMB helped me keep my home by stopping my foreclosure. They have programs that connected me to legal help to address the problems with my loan and title. My counselor Julie was very patient, kind, and professional throughout the process. I am very grateful.
My hours at work were reduced from 50 to 32 hours per week so I could no longer make my mortgage payments. A friend told me about IFHMB and how they help connect you to resources that can help keep you in your home. I got the help I needed completing all the paper work and succeeded in getting a trial mortgage modification.
I really want to purchase a home but I know it’s going to be a bit of a financial journey for me. I met with a financial coach through one of IFHMB’s housing programs and he helped me clean up my credit report and he helped negotiate with my creditors to reduce my debt. Now I’m one step closer to homeownership.
Give Big 2 IFHMB’s Connect for Change Campaign: helping communities gain access to mission-critical housing resources every day.