Housing Accessibility
Fair Housing Justice Center
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About this PSA

As NYC’s only full-service fair housing organization, the Fair Housing Justice Center engages in policy, education, investigative, and legal work to fight housing discrimination. Since its founding in 2005, they have uncovered and litigated hundreds of violations of accessibility requirements under the Fair Housing Act and other laws. The Adele Friedman Housing Accessibility Fund, established in 2016, provides targeted financial assistance to benefit low and moderate-income renters with disabilities who need reasonable modifications made to the housing they occupy to make it accessible.

About the Organization

The Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC) is a nonprofit civil rights organization serving all of NYC as well as the seven surrounding New York counties of Dutchess, Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Suffolk, and Westchester. Their mission is to eliminate housing discrimination, promote policies that foster open, accessible, and inclusive communities, and strengthen the enforcement of fair housing laws.