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Housed in Cambridge: Fair Housing and COVID 19

By Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC), Community Development Department, and DHSP Multi-Service Center (MSC)

This webinar will discuss the protections available to Cambridge residents, common types of housing discrimination complaints – particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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.: Tue, November 16 2021 3pm – 4:30pm.

Ages: Adults.

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Cambridge Human Rights Commission

Please contact the Office of the Housing Liaison with your housing-related questions.

Housed In Cambridge is a collaboration of several city departments, including the City Manager’s Office of the Housing Liaison, the Community Development Department (CDD), Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC), Cambridge Public Library and the Department of Human Service Programs (DHSP).

For more information on upcoming events and programs, visit the Office of the Housing Liaison webpage.

Registration required

  • Sign-up is ongoing



  • Only virtual (online or over the phone).

Online - zoom information will be provided after you sign up

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Translation services available - Contact the organization for more details..

CART will be provided. For language interpreters or other accommodations, please contact CHRC staff.
Email:, 617-349-4396 (voice) or 711 for relay.

Additional information

Additional information

Housing resources in Cambridge are available through several city departments and a network of housing and service providers all working collaboratively to support residents in accessing and maintaining secure housing. The campaign aims to make it easier for residents to understand where they can go for housing and assistance.

Flyer of Upcoming Events for Housed In Cambridge Campaign

Flyer of the Fair Housing and COVID 19 webinar in multiple languages