Forging partnerships and building skills to end housing discrimination
- March 20 - 23, 2023: Fundamentals of Fair Housing - FHAP Investigation
- May 1 - 4, 2023: Basics of Fair Housing
- April 19, 2023: April National Fair Housing Forum
Instructor Led Courses
Develop practical skills in Academy courses taught by the Nation's top fair housing professionals.Learn More
Fair Housing Forums
Engage in monthly multi-directional conversations around emerging fair housing issues.Learn More
Explore collections of fair housing resources aimed at building knowledge and practical skills.Learn More
Discover featured fair housing content, useful tips and tricks from Academy Faculty and other relevant information.Learn More
January National Fair Housing Forum Materials
View the recording, transcript, and other materials from the Violence Against Women Act, Part 2: Legal Protections for Survivors forum.
NFHTA 2022 Year In Review
Explore NFHTA's 2022 Year in Review to see the many ways the Academy is building the knowledge, skills, and capacity of FHIP- and FHAP-funded state, local, and private organization partners.
NFHTA Video Bites: Violence Against Women Act: Understanding Survivors' Experiences, Episode 1
In this clip, Cristina Cortes, Survivor Services Program Manager with the Los Angeles City Community Investment for Families Department, discusses how critical training is for staff, especially those who are new. She goes on to talk about managing a survivor’s expectations by providing updates consistently and regularly.
NFHTA Q&A: Violence Against Women Act, Part 1: Understanding Survivors' Experiences
This document answers questions frequently asked during the NFHTA October 2022 Forum: Violence Against Women Act, Part 1: Understanding Survivors' Experiences.
Fair Housing Highlights
NFHTA is the Nation’s premier initiative focused squarely on building the knowledge, skills, and capacity of HUD’s FHIP and FHAP organization partners. View NFHTA highlights and hear what fair housing accomplishments are being made around the nation and how, together, we are working to end housing discrimination.
Investigation leads to impactful settlement in case that alleged national origin, criminal background, and familial status discrimination.
Settlement reached with Mississippi housing provider over dehumanizing statements made and discriminatory treatment of testers on the basis of race.
HUD issues Letter of Findings of Noncompliance in race-based harassment and retaliation case at an Oklahoma HUD-funded property.
- Demetria McCain, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity, HUD
NFHTA is the Nation’s premier initiative focused squarely on building the knowledge, skills, and capacity of HUD’s FHIP and FHAP organization partners.
Through its widely varied efforts, NFHTA plays an essential role in developing skilled practitioners who are ready to ensure opportunity for all.