Denver Metro Fair Housing Center

A nonprofit organization

Help us promote inclusive communities, eliminate housing discrimination and advocate the Fair Housing Act!
The Fair Housing Act makes housing discrimination in the sale, financing, or rental of housing or related services unlawful if based federal and state protected classes.


"Thanks for your continued advocacy for those with disabilities. I have an invisible disability and require a service dog. Thanks to an informational meeting your group held for my apartment's management, the process of getting my RA (reasonable accommodation) was easy."

"Thank you for sharing the information. It's a shame we're still talking discrimination in this day and age. Your organization has done a great job in putting genuine, true, and factual information out to the public! You all have also done great in supporting families and communities... Keep raising awareness!"

"Thank you so much for your response and help by sending the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-U.S. Division of Justice guide on Reasonable Modifications/clarifying Accommodations to me. I believe that this documentation makes it very clear as to the clarity of the law and the direction that would guide a Board such as our HOA Board and the Property Manager in making a positive decision..."


The Denver Metro Fair Housing Center (DMFHC) is the voice of fair housing in Metro Denver. DMFHC works to eliminate housing discrimination and to promote housing choice for all people through education, advocacy and enforcement of fair housing law.

Background Statement


DMFHC maintains that education and outreach play an equally important role to advocacy and enforcement in the fight against housing discrimination. Regular training seminars are held for both home seekers and housing providers to educate and inform about fair housing law, as well as both consumer-rights and risk management for housing providers. Public events help to ensure that all home seekers, participants in the housing industry and community members understand fair housing law and the value of integrated communities.


DMFHC works with the housing industry and community members to build general awareness of fair housing law, so individuals are aware of their fair housing rights under law, and so the housing industry is aware of its responsibilities. By doing this, the impact of discriminatory housing practices can be understood by all decision makes in the community, and appropriate actions can be taken to promote equal access to housing opportunities.


The DMFHC promotes compliance with fair housing law by assisting housing seekers and others in the resolution of complaints of housing discrimination. Through research, interviews and other methods, promoting compliance with fair housing laws ensures discriminatory policies are changed, repeat offenses are eliminated and victims have a source of help.

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Denver Metro Fair Housing Center

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Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy


2701 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO 80205

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Denver County, CO, US





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