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

Baldwin Borough apartment complex settles case of racial discrimination for 15,000.00.



Click Here to read about the case and  commentary by FHP Executive Director, Jay Dworin on the state of housing discrimination here in Pittsburgh.   How can we diversify our communities? What is FHP's role in combating this problem?

Click Here to read about the settlement. 






Post-Racial America?

Yeah, right.

Time to fight back!



On April 29th, 2014, the National Basketball Association banned the LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life surrounding comments he made regarding people of color.  The real crime was more then just his word but in his actions.  Mr. Sterling has been sued twice for allege acts of housing discrimination. 


Click Here to learn more.  


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