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Filing a Complaint

Under the jurisdiction of 9 V.S.A. § 4552, the Human Rights Commission (HRC) may investigate allegations of discrimination in housing, public accommodations, and state government employment. To confirm whether you fall into one or more of the categories protected under anti-discrimination law, please review our Jurisdiction webpage. 

If you need legal assistance, please note that the HRC is a neutral investigatory agency and cannot represent parties or provide legal advice. If you need legal advice from a qualified attorney, please use the Vermont Bar Association's Find a Lawyer service, or use the Legal Help Tool provided by Vermont Legal Aid and Legal Services Vermont. 

    If you would like to submit your allegations of discrimination, please complete one of the following questionnaires: 

    Don't see a questionnaire that relates to your situation? Please send us an email at human.rights@vermont.gov to find out whether the HRC has jurisdiction over your allegations.

    If you would like to inform the VHRC about a act of racism related to Covid-19, or about a violation of Act 127 (Gender-Free Restrooms), please use the online forms below: