The Campaign to Restore National Housing Rights was a coalition of left-of-center organizations that sought to increase welfare spending in the housing market and advance race-focused housing policies.  As of December 2022, it is defunct.
In 2011, the Campaign to Restore National Housing Rights advocated for a national moratorium on evictions in response to changes in the housing market, sending a letter to Congress urging that any such moratorium should not only apply to government-subsidized housing but also require homeowners in the private sector to abstain from engaging in legal eviction actions. 
Campaign to Restore National Housing Rights advocated for the elimination of the mortgage interest deduction from personal income tax and using additional tax dollars to expand Section 8 public housing.  In addition to seeking to increase welfare spending in the housing market,  The Campaign to Restore National Housing Rights advocated for local anti-eviction policies, and successfully won an anti-eviction campaign in Cook County, Illinois. 
The Campaign to Restore National Housing Rights operated through a steering committee comprised of the Los Angeles Community Action Network (LA CAN), Mayday New Orleans, Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign, Northeastern Pennsylvania Organizing Center, and Picture the Homeless – New York City.