United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Advocacy - Discrimination and Mutli-Family Housing Complaints
451 7th St SW, Washington, DC, 20410-0002
Distance: 1069 Miles
Program that works on behalf of individuals and/or groups to make sure that they receive the benefits and services for which they are eligible
The housing discrimination hotline helps to file complaints of housing discrimination due to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or disability.
The multifamily housing complaint line supports enforcement efforts by empowering tenants and community residents to act as the agency's eyes and ears to ensure safe, decent and sanitary housing.
If you have been trying to buy or rent a home or apartment and you believe your civil rights have been violated, you can file your fair housing complaint online. You may also call (800) 669-9777.
Your housing discrimination complaint will be reviewed by a fair housing specialist to determine if it alleges acts that might violate the Fair Housing Act. The specialist will contact you for any additional information needed to complete this review. If your complaint involves a possible violation of the Fair Housing Act, the specialist will assist you in filing an official housing discrimination complaint.
Learn more about making a multi-family housing complaint
- Fair Housing Enforcement Center - Midwest Office 77 W Jackson Blvd, Ste 2122, Ralph H. Metcalfe Federal Bldg, Chicago, IL, 60604-3501
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FT-1800.3000Housing Discrimination Assistance Definition
Programs that provide assistance for people who believe that they have been denied an opportunity to purchase, lease or rent the home or apartment of their choice due to their age, gender, family composition (including families with children under the age of 18 and pregnant women), race or color, nationality, religion, disability, sexual orientation or marital status, actions that are prohibited by the federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 and the federal Fair Housing Act Amendments Act of 1988 in the U.S. Federal fair housing law also extends limited protection to recovering alcoholics who actively and regularly participate in a medically based treatment or AA program, and people with a drug use disorder including those who have prior convictions for illegal drug use (but not for drug dealing or manufacture). Assistance may also be available to other individuals who are protected from housing discrimination by state or local laws with a broader set of protected categories, or which cover properties that are exempt from federal fair housing laws but are protected under state law.
YB-9000Young Adults Definition
Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.