Other Organizations Working on Fair Housing 

The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness works in partnership with communities across Connecticut to prevent and end homelessness through leadership, community organizing, advocacy, research and education.

The Connecticut Housing Coalition uses advocacy, education and collaboration to expand housing opportunity and to increase the quantity and quality of affordable housing available to Connecticut residents with low and moderate incomes.  The Connecticut Fair Housing Center was originally founded under the auspices of the CT Housing Coalition in 1994 before incorporating in 1996.

renters rights, landlord rights, fair housing, eviction, fair housing laws, stop foreclosureThe Fair Housing Association of Connecticut is a membership organization of local fair housing officers and those with related duties. FHACt organizes an annual fair housing conference.

The National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) is the voice of the fair housing movement at the national level.  NFHA works to eliminate housing discrimination and ensure equal opportunity for all people through leadership, education, outreach, membership services, public policy initiatives, community development, advocacy, and enforcement. A great resource for national-level research on housing discrimination.

Open Communities Alliance is a Connecticut-based civil rights organization that promotes access to opportunity for all people through education, organizing, advocacy, research, and partnerships.

The Partnership for Strong Communities helps shape solutions to end homelessness, develop healthy neighborhoods, and create more affordable housing opportunities for workers, young professionals and families in Connecticut.

The Poverty & Race Research Action Council (PRRAC) is a civil rights law and policy organization based in Washington, D.C., whose mission is to promote research-based advocacy strategies to address structural inequality and disrupt the systems that disadvantage low-income people of color.

 

* For organizations dealing specifically with foreclosure prevention & assistance, please visit our Foreclosure Resources page.

 

 

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