The Fair Housing Partnership Of Greater Pittsburgh

is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating equal housing choice in southwestern Pennsylvania through fair housing advocacy and comprehensive housing counseling services.

Since 1986, the Fair Housing Partnership has been actively involved in promoting fair housing through the work of a committed and highly skilled staff and volunteer Board of Directors who represent diverse communities in the Pittsburgh area.


Fair Housing Partnership has two important roles: 

• fair housing advocate and enforcer of fair housing laws
• providing education and outreach to the community regarding the Fair Housing Act


Click here to file a Fair Housing Complaint.


FHP’s governing documents, conflict of interest policy and financial statements are public documents and available upon request.

News and Events

Pittsburgh Joins Philadelphia and State College With Adopting Source of Income Protections!



Click Here to read about the new source of income protection.  Why landlords can no longer say "No section 8."

Click Here if you were told no Section 8 or other forms of Source of Income discrimination.






2016 Day of Giving 

to be rescheduled

due to technical difficulties! 



On May 3 2016 the Day of Giving got underway with a rousing flood of donations for the various non profit organizations in the city of Pittsburgh that were participating. The nation wide event in which the City of Pittsburgh was one of the many cities participating was being hosted on a website provided by the Pittsburgh Foundation. Within the first few hours of the event going live the Pittsburgh Foundation's website had collected over 1.5 million dollars in donations! Shortly afterwards the site went down!

Click Here to learn more.  


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The Department of Housing and Urban Development

Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency