Our Services

Our Housing Counselors are available to answer your questions about tenant-landlord rights and obligations, including topics like security deposits, evictions, repairs, rent increases, harassment, and more. Conversations with Housing Counselors are private and confidential, and can help you find the resources you need.

To speak with a Housing Counselor, please call our Housing Rights Hotline at 1-800-477-5977  (TTY: 1-213-201-0867) or email info@housingrightscenter.org. You can also make an appointment by clicking here.

Our Case Analysts investigate allegations of housing discrimination and help victims of discrimination enforce their Fair Housing rights. We can also help tenants with disabilities assert their right to request accommodations or modifications in their home.


To report discrimination or get help making an accommodation, please call our Housing Rights Hotline at 1-800-477-5977  (TTY: 1-213-201-0867) or email info@housingrightscenter.org.

Join our education and outreach programs to learn how you're protected by fair housing laws, how to spot illegal practices, and tenant-landlord rights. HRC's weekly online workshops are free and open to the public. We also offer presentations for community organizations and the housing industry.

Sign up for a workshop or presentation here.

HRC's monthly rental listing, Project Place, can help you locate opportunities for affordable housing, senior housing, and veteran housing throughout Los Angeles and Ventura County. 


See the latest edition of Project Place here.

COVID-19 Service Update

To protect public safety, HRC is currently providing all services online or over the phone. 

Join our weekly public events or contact us with your housing needs:

Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

 Phone: 1-800-477-5977

TTY: 1-213-201-0867  

Email: info@housingrightscenter.org

Email Updates

Contact Us

Email: info@housingrightscenter.org

Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Phone: 1800.477.5977

TTY:  213.201.0867     


The mission of the Housing Rights Center (HRC) is to actively support and promote fair housing through education, advocacy and litigation, to the end that all persons have the opportunity to secure the housing they desire and can afford, without discrimination based on their race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, familial status, marital status, disability, genetic information, ancestry, age, source of income or other characteristics protected by law.