If you or someone you know has experienced housing discrimination, contact us here or fill out and send us this form:
*You can remain anonymous by entering “anonymous” under required fields. If doing so, please make sure to provide as much detail as possible in the description as we won’t be able to contact you for questions.
The Center will:
• Investigate your complaint
• Offer advice and counseling about the relevant fair housing laws
• Provide free legal representation to victims of housing discrimination
Staff at the Center investigate claims of discrimination to determine if there is evidence of a violation of the law. If the Center uncovers evidence of housing discrimination, the Center’s attorneys work to change that practice and obtain compensation for the victims of that discrimination.
Complaints of housing discrimination can be resolved through advocacy and negotiation or with legal representation. If necessary, the Center’s attorneys bring legal enforcement actions at the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and in state and federal court.
* For a definition of “housing discrimination,” go to Fair Housing Overview.