Your landlord cannot legally end your lease, refuse to renew your lease, evict you, or refuse to rent to you just because you are a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, unlawful harassment, and/or stalking. The landlord can still end your tenancy or evict you for other, legal reasons such as not paying rent.
If you believe your landlord is discriminating against you because of the harm you have experienced, you may be entitled to damages from the landlord. Talk with a lawyer. See contact info below.
Your landlord also cannot evict you based on your abuser's acts towards you, claiming that you or your abuser are causing a risk to immediate and significant threat to safety, health, or property of other tenants. If you are in this situation, get legal help. See Get Legal Help below.