• Access to Housing in Connecticut

    The Connecticut Fair Housing Center recently published three reports on access to housing in Connecticut. The reports focus on land use policies, mortgage lending access, and foreclosures across the state. Find out more by viewing or downloading our reports here.

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  • Digital Renters’ Guide Now in Arabic & Vietnamese

    Are you or someone you know an Arabic or Vietnamese speaker? You can now download or view our free Moving Forward: Connecticut Renters’ Guide in Arabic and Vietnamese and learn your fair housing rights, click here to download or view. If you feel you have been a victim of housing discrimination, call us!

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  • Need a reasonable accommodation from your landlord?

    Many CT residents who have disabilities could benefit from reasonable accommodations or modifications to improve their quality of life. The Connecticut Fair Housing Center has a new tool to help residents request accommodations from their landlords. Click here to use our step-by-step letter generator.

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  • We’re Moving!

    As of January 2, 2018, the Center will be moving to 60 Popieluszko Court, Hartford, CT. Come visit our new home!

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  • Renters’ Guide & Homebuyers’ Guide

    Are you looking to move? Whether you are renting or buying a home, our FREE Moving Forward Guides can help. Get step-by-step advice about the moving process and learn your fair housing rights along the way. Click here to download or request a hard copy.

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  • 2017 Foreclosure Clinic Schedule

    About 1 in 20 Connecticut homeowners with mortgages are more than 90 days past due on their payments. The Connecticut Fair Housing Center offers resources to homeowners and other professionals to prevent needless foreclosures. Click here for a schedule of our prevention clinics.

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  • Fair Housing Laws Protect Immigrants, Refugees, and People of All Religious Faiths

    State and federal fair housing laws prohibit discrimination based on national origin, religion, and ancestry. Call the Connecticut Fair Housing Center at 866-247-4401 if you think you have been the victim of housing discrimination because you are an immigrant or a refugee, because of where you are from, or because of your religious faith. Click here to find out more about your rights.

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In The News


The Center in the News

Study suggests housing discrimination in Norwalk (The Hour, October 23, 2017)
Gap between buying and renting a home in CT widens (CT Mirror, October 9, 2017)
More seniors are taking loans against their homes – and it’s costing them (The Washington Post, August 25, 2017)
Danbury Housing Discrimination Suit Ends in $50,000 Settlement (Connecticut Law Tribune, July 18, 2017)

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Trainings

Fair housing rights training for residents, organizations and more. [Go Here]

Report Discrimination

The Center can investigate your claim of housing discrimination. [Go Here]

Successes

Read about Connecticut residents helped by the Center. [Go Here]

Are you looking to move?

Get a copy of our latest Moving Forward Guide! Learn about your fair housing rights and how you can protect them. It’s Free! [Order Online].

We would be happy to mail you a free copy!

Order online or call (860) 856-5496!

Foreclosure Prevention Clinics

For an updated schedule of our foreclosure prevention clinics, [Go Here] .

For “Representing Yourself in Foreclosure: A Guide for Connecticut Homeowners,” [Go Here].