National Housing Law Project


Nonprofit national housing and legal advocacy center established in 1968 to advance housing justice for poor people. HQ in San Francisco.
Organization website

Primary geographic focus: NATIONAL
Organization type(s): Research/Policy/Organizing
Acronym or short name: NHLP
Tags: Housing: Homelessness, Housing: Landlord-Tenant

NHLP is a nonprofit national housing and legal advocacy center established in 1968. NHLP’s mission is to advance housing justice for poor people by:

  • Increasing and preserving the supply of decent, affordable housing
  • Improving existing housing conditions, including physical conditions and management practices
  • Expanding and enforcing low-income tenants’ and homeowners’ rights, and
  • Increasing housing opportunities for racial and ethnic minorities.

NHLP delivers legal support, technical assistance, trainings, and online and print resources to advocates.



CONTENT MENTIONING/INVOLVING THIS SOURCE

News Story

In California, Landlords Threaten Immigrant Tenants with Deportations

Kriston Capps
CityLab
April 5, 2017
Housing lawyers are reporting a troubling trend: Landlords exploiting the growing fear of immigration authorities to evict tenants, raise rents, and clear residents from gentrifying neighborhoods.

News Story

The Eviction Crisis Is Already Here and It’s Crushing Black Moms

Emma Ockerman
VICE News
July 24, 2020

News Story

Shift To Virtual Eviction Hearings Stirs Due Process Fears

Kevin Penton
Law360
July 12, 2020

News Story

“There’s no actual penalty for violating it.” – How the CARES Act failed to protect tenants from eviction

Annie Nova
CNBC
August 29, 2020

News Story

Millions could face evictions this fall

Erin Durkin
National Journal
August 27, 2020

News Story

Despite federal ban, renters still being evicted amid virus

Associated Press (AP)
November 29, 2020

News Story

Eviction looms for millions, despite new federal aid package

Elaine Povich
Stateline, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
December 23, 2020
Thirty-five percent of the households behind on rent or mortgages believe they will be evicted or foreclosed on in the next two months, according to the Census Bureau.

News Story

Inside the New Coronavirus Relief Bill: a Total Eviction Moratorium

Kriston Capps
CityLab
October 2, 2020
The $2.2 trillion stimulus package passed by House Democrats includes a complete ban on eviction and foreclosure filings for 12 months.



This page last modified: Tue, May 3, 2016 -- 3:37 pm ET