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Fair Housing Equal Opportunity: Alaska

You can reach out to the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO) if you feel you have been the victim of housing discrimination. Their role is to eliminate housing discrimination, promote economic opportunity, and achieve inclusive communities by developing and enforcing federal fair housing policies and laws.

Region X, Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington
Seattle Regional Office of FHEO
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Seattle Federal Office Building
909 First Avenue, Room 205
Seattle, Washington 98104-1000
(206) 220-5170, (800) 877-0246, TTY (206) 220-5185
Civil Rights Complaints: ComplaintsOffice10@hud.gov

Please review these other resources below.

  1. Tenant Rights: Tenant Rights, Laws and Protections: Alaska
  2. Housing Counselors: HUD also has approved housing counseling agency near you at toll free 1-800-569-4287 or visit: https://hudgov-answers.force.com/housingcounseling/s/ to find the counseling agency that offers the appropriate services for you.
  3. Your local Continuum of Care is Anchorage CoC, Homeless Referral Contact, Ms. Sue Brogan, sbrogan@ak.org, (907) 263-3821
  4. Alaska Legal Services
  5. The following HUD office may be able to assist if you fall under their program. PIH Customer Service Center
    1. HUD Public and Indian Housing, The Office of Public and Indian Housing (PIH) ensures safe, decent, and affordable housing, creates opportunities for residents' self-sufficiency and economic independence, and assures the fiscal integrity of all program participants. The PIH Customer Service Center was created to serve as a central source of information for all programs operated by the Office of Public and Indian Housing. The PIH Customer Service Center is designed to provide information to the general public, Public Housing Agencies, Public and Indian Housing residents, members of resident associations, recipients of Housing Choice Voucher assistance, housing professionals, members of local Boards of Commissioners, landlords and HUD staff on various aspects of Public, Indian and Assisted Housing Programs. Help Desk Contact Information (800) 955-2232 (Toll-Free)