Local Fair Housing Agencies

Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania


Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP) provides fair housing counseling and referrals to public and private resources, as appropriate. Also provides legal services for civil cases including landlord/tenant disputes and other housing-related issues.
Fair Housing Rights Center in Southeastern PA
105 East Glenside Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038
215-576-7711

To achieve it’s mission of ensuring equal access to housing opportunities for all people, the Center educates the public on fair housing laws, provides assistance to individuals who have experienced housing discrimination, monitors the community for compliance with applicable housing laws, and offers information and counseling on housing related issues.

Housing Equality Center of Pennsylvania


Housing Equality Center of Pennsylvania provides advice and legal assistance to those who feel they have experienced discrimination or harassment. Also investigates claims of discrimination through testing and conducts educational programs about fair housing laws.

Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia


Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia
(PILCOP) provides legal support to enforce compliance with fair housing laws, prevent discriminatory evictions, pursue monetary damages, and confirm suspected discrimination through independent testing.

Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC)


Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC) enforces compliance with federal and state fair housing and employment discrimination laws by investigating, processing, resolving, and/or litigating discrimination complaints. Also, publishes regulations and guidelines and provides technical assistance.

HUD Fair Housing Enforcement Center


HUD Fair Housing Enforcement Center enforces compliance with the Fair Housing Act by investigating, processing, resolving, and/or litigating housing discrimination complaints. Note: HUD has certified the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission as having substantially equivalent authority, procedures, and remedies available. Therefore, HUD will refer most housing discrimination complaints to PHRC for processing.


U.S. Department of Justice, Community Relations Service


U.S. Department of Justice, Community Relations Service helps state and local officials prevent and resolve racial and ethnic conflict, violence, and civil disorder and restore community racial stability and harmony.


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