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Housing Equality Law Project
Address 180 S. Spruce Ave., Suite 250 , So. San Francisco, CA 94080
Phone (415) 797-HELP(4357) or (650) 273-8140
Email help@housingequality.org
Website http://www.housingequality.org
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Housing Equality Law Project
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180 S. Spruce Ave., Suite 250 , So. San Francisco, CA 94080

Telephone (415) 797-H-E-L-P(4357) or (650) 273-8140
Fax (650) 273-8143
Email help@housingequality.org
Web http://www.housingequality.org

Provides a full range of fair housing services, including, but not limited to: consulting, training, education and outreach, investigation of complaints, and writing of Analyses of Impediments. cr

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Housing Equality Law Project (HELP) - K 180 South Spruce Ave., Suite 250 94080 415-434-9400 650-273-8143 415-434-9010 (Fax) help@housingequality.org www.housingequality.org

HELP represents individuals who face discrimination in housing based on their race, sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, familial status, age, ancestry, color, creed, height, weight, and source of income. They counsel clients on their rights, and create individualized action plans aimed at achieving their goals. HELP offers full mediation services and representation in administrative hearings on behalf of its clients, when available.

Housing Equality Law Project (HELP) - P 1080 South Spruce Ave., Suite 250 94080 (South San Francisco) 415-434-9400 650-273-8143 415-434-9010 (Fax) help@housingequality.org www.housingequality.org

HELP represents individuals who face discrimination in housing based on their race, sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, familial status, age, ancestry, color, creed, height, weight, and source of income. It counsels clients on their rights and create individualized action plans aimed at achieving their goals. HELP offers full mediation services and representation in administrative hearings on behalf of its clients, when available.

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