The Connecticut Fair Housing Center is a statewide nonprofit civil rights organization dedicated to identifying, challenging and eliminating discrimination in housing through education, research, testing, counseling, foreclosure prevention, advocacy and enforcement.
Housing discrimination is illegal in Connecticut. If you or someone you know has experienced housing discrimination, contact the Connecticut Fair Housing Center now. We can help.
About 1 in 14 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.
The Connecticut Fair Housing Center’s classes, clinics and publications provide information about fair housing laws to people looking for housing and to tenants, landlords, real estate agents, community organizations and more.
Connecticut Fair Housing Center
221 Main Street, 4th Floor
Hartford, CT 06106
(888) 247-4401 (toll free)
(860) 247-4236 (fax)