Technical assistance on all aspects of fair housing education and enforcement as well as agency management, financial management, and fundraising
Advocacy and Collaboration
Advocacy to increase resources for fair housing organizations at the federal and local levels
Advocacy on behalf of members on legislative and regulatory issues to protect and promote fair housing
Extensive Training Programs
Training and collaboration with members on legislative and regulatory advocacy; extensive training programs in the form of webinars, in-service events, conferences, and its Fair Housing School® training program
Collaboration with members on regional and national systemic investigations
Customizable Public Service Announcements
Access to award winning Public Service Announcements that can be customized
Professional development and networking opportunities for emerging leaders
Member Only Briefings
Exclusive invitations to member only briefings, webinars, and roundtables
Discounted rates to NFHA conferences, in-service training programs, and events
Technical Assistance on fair housing education and enforcement activities, public policy, fair housing agency management, etc.
Annual Reports & Research
Access to annual reports and journals on fair housing laws, regulations, and cases (Trends Report, Fair Housing-Fair Lending, books, research)
Access to award winning education, national media campaign resources and outreach materials
Dedicated training offerings in response to emerging fair housing matters (Tech/Artificial Intelligence, Disparate Impact, Regulations, etc.)
Strategic guidance in carrying out systemic investigations with resolutions that encourage inclusive communities
Advocacy on Capitol Hill
Advocacy on Capitol Hill for increases in and improvements to the Fair Housing Initiatives Program
NFHA has three membership categories: Operating, Supporting, and Individual.
Operating Members are nonprofit corporations or organizations primarily engaged in the achievement of fair housing.
Supporting Members are organizations, associations, entities, or government agencies that do not qualify as operating members.
Individual members are persons that do not qualify as operating members or supporting members.
Complete a member application form and submit the appropriate documents and dues indicated on the form.
Membership benefits include but are not limited to member-only briefings; discounted rates for NFHA events; technical assistance; access to exclusive publications, such as NFHA’s Fair Housing-Fair Lending Bulletin and educational materials; training; guidance on investigations; and assistance with advocacy on Capitol Hill.
Click the Members tab at the top of the homepage and choose the “Login” option on the left-hand side of the screen. Once logged into the member portal, you’ll be able to access exclusive member content.
Click the Members tab at the top of the homepage and choose the “Renew Membership” option on the left-hand side of the screen to pay your annual dues. You can also pay your annual dues by logging into the member portal and clicking the yellow “Renew Membership” button under your name at the top.
NFHA hosts or has staff participate in various events throughout the year. Check your member portal dashboard each week so you don’t miss out on any exciting events or important reminders.