Colorado Poverty Law Project (CPLP) actively supports the Campaign to End Discrimination Based on Source of Income being spearheaded by the Denver Metro Fair Housing Center (DMFHC).
CPLP's mission is to prevent homelessness through legal representation, education, and advocacy. As such, we support equal treatment for every Coloradan in the housing market, regardless of their source of income or their race, color, creed, national origin, sexual orientation / gender identity, disability, veteran, or familial status.
As a provider of information and services for the state of Colorado, we see the harmful effects of discrimination against housing voucher holders and others in today’s expensive, demanding housing market.
We are committed to working with DMFHC to deliver Fair Housing continuing education. We support our clients in asserting their Fair Housing rights, including those related to Source of Income, a protected class under Colorado law.
To learn more, watch the documentary "A Place Called Better."