There are a variety of legal service organizations that provide low-cost or no-fee representation to people with low income facing housing discrimination.  Some legal services organizations provide services based on geographic location and others provide services based on the type of discrimination or protected class status.  The Fair Housing Program is available to help identify and request services from the right organizations for you.  You can also contact any of these organizations directly at the links below.

Legal Aid organizations provide legal services to low income and elderly people in a variety of practice areas including housing, family law and domestic violence, elder law, disability law, immigration, and consumer protection.  To find the Legal Aid organization in your area, click here. You can learn more about the Legal Aid organization in your area on their websites:

There are many other important legal services organizations in Massachusetts that help people enforce their rights to fair housing, including, but not limited to: