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First and foremost, you need to find a way to vacate the property immediately. That is not a safe environment for you and your family.
You need to report the Landlord to City's Inspectional Services Department/Sanitary Code Department.
You should also file complaint with your DA/Prosecutor's office so that the Landlord could be criminally charged for the actions or inactions regarding your living situation.
Furthermore, you need to file compliant with your Attorney General's Office.
Lastly, you need to file lawsuit against the Landlord at the Superior Court in the County where the property is located to recover all rent paid. Click here to locate your Courthouse and forms and instructions.