• Click Here for Training Materials

    The Connecticut Fair Housing Center offers a variety of fair housing presentations- if you attended our June 18th training you can download presented materials by clicking here.

    Slider for Trainings 7731
  • Read Our Newly Published Reports

    On July 1, 2012, the Connecticut Fair Housing Center began work on a three-year Fair Housing Initiative Program Private Enforcement Initiatives-Multi Year Funding Component grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Center agreed to conduct complaint-based and systemic housing discrimination investigations across Connecticut including urban, suburban and rural areas. In all, the Center completed more than 300 tests.Click here to read the full report.

    Slider- Testing Report 7906
  • 2016 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.

    Slider3 — Foreclosure Prevention 2505
  • Check out the 2015 Opportunity Map!

    Opportunity mapping is a way of displaying information about factors that affect the lives of the people living a neighborhood. By clicking here, you can find a map that provides the opportunity ratings for census tracts in Connecticut along with information about the indicators that went into the opportunity calculation.

    Slider — Opportunity Map 7477
  • Moving Forward: Renters’ Guide

    The Connecticut Fair Housing Center is launching its inaugural renters’ guide, Moving Forward. It will give Greater Hartford area residents an opportunity to consider all of their housing options. Click here to find out more!

    Slider9 – Stuck 7359
  • Fair Housing Tour of Hartford

    The Fair Housing Tour of Hartford presents a window into the complex housing history of Hartford, CT. We will learn about the housing policies that shaped the development of the city, and indeed much of our nation, throughout the last century and see the effects on our current neighborhoods. The Connecticut Fair Housing Center will be offering the tour again in the fall but if you would like to book the tour as a training click here for more information.

    Fair Housing Tour of Hartford 7745
  • Do you need a reasonable accommodation from your landlord?

    Many CT residents who have a disability could benefit from a reasonable accommodation to improve their quality of life. The Connecticut Fair Housing Center has just released a new tool to help those residents requests these accommodations from their landlords. Click here to get to our step-by-step letter generator and learn if an accommodation is right for you.

    Slider 21- Disability Letter Generator

The mission of the Connecticut Fair Housing Center is to ensure that all people have equal access to housing opportunities in Connecticut.

renters rights, landlord rights, fair housing, eviction, fair housing laws, stop foreclosure

Educate Yourself

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

Facing Discrimination?

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



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


In Danger of Foreclosure?

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

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

Do You Feel Stuck Where You Live?

Get a free copy of our new moving guide- Moving Forward. It can help answer some of your questions about moving. It can also help you understand your rights, don’t wait, get it today! [Click Here]

CT Fair Housing