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What We Do

We know that housing is more than just a roof and walls – it’s also a community. With that in mind, we provide education on policies to prevent and address issues of discrimination, striving to create a culture of inclusiveness in communities and neighborhoods around the state.

Housing Consumers

Individuals who reside in western or central Washington and have an allegation of discrimination relating to a housing transaction may contact the Fair Housing Center of Washington. About Your Rights…

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Housing Providers

Protected Classes The federal Fair Housing Act makes it illegal for landlords, homeowners’ associations, real estate agents, mortgage brokers, lenders, insurance companies, and others to discriminate against anyone based on…

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Social Service Providers

We partner with many social service providers to educate staff and clients on their rights and resources to combat housing discrimination, often at no extra cost. The Fair Housing Center…

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Policymakers & Government Planners

We serve as a resource for jurisdictions requiring guidance for the use of CDBG funds, affirmatively furthering housing and other Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs. Affirmatively Furthering…

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