Housing Discrimination Law Project
The Housing Discrimination Law Project (HDLP) works to stop housing discrimination and to protect Vermonters’ right to choose where they live. We represent individuals and organizations in court and before state agencies, housing authorities, municipal governments and the legislature.
We also provide help, advice and limited legal services to people who believe they may have been discriminated against. We conduct housing discrimination investigations to document the presence of housing discrimination in our communities. We also educate the public about housing discrimination practices and how they harm everyone.
We envision a just, inclusive and equitable society where housing discrimination does not exclude anyone or limit opportunity. We work to create open, inclusive communities. We advocate for every person’s right to live free from discrimination in the Vermont community they choose.
If you are interested in becoming a housing discrimination tester, contact us at 1-800-889-2047.
The Housing Discrimination Law Project has developed online materials on a variety of housing topics. Access fair housing information on our VTLawHelp.org website.