Housing Equality Law Project (HELP)

HELP seeks to expand legal protections in fair housing through its advocacy, leadership training, education and outreach, and enforcement of anti-discrimination laws. Its services include:

1) Client Representation

  • Housing discrimination investigations
  • Counseling
  • Mediation
  • Representation in administrative hearings

2) Training Services

  • Inform housing providers of their legal duties

updated 07/19_FC

Tenants: complaint must be an allegation of discrimination based on fair housing laws. Landlords: Fair Housing training available for private groups as well as larger groups for a fee Government: Provide input on policy making,preparing analysis of impediments, compliance audits to ensure CDBG & HUD guidelines are being met by local municipalities and subcontractors
(415) 434-9400
180 South Spruce Avenue, Suite 250
Office Hours: 
Monday thru Friday 9am to 5pm Our counselors are available to travel to meet with you at your location as well.
(650) 273-8143

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