If you've experienced discrimination and would like to file a complaint, please complete and send us one of questionnaires down below.
The VHRC has jurisdiction over complaints 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 your complaint does not relate to discrimination in one of those three areas, our staff may be able to refer you to the appropriate organization or agency. For complaints related to private employment (any employer that isn't the state or federal government), please contact the Civil Rights Unit in the Vermont Attorney General's office.
In order to complete the questionnaires below, we recommend either 1) saving the PDF form to your computer before opening it back up and typing in the text or 2) printing off the form and filling it in by hand. Please contact our office if you have any technical issues with the forms.
- Housing Questionnaire (fillable PDF)
- Public Accommodations Questionnaire (fillable PDF)
- Public Accommodations School Questionnaire (fillable PDF)
*Please Note: If you have a complaint related to a student's IEP, please call the Vermont Agency of Education at (802) 828-3135. The Vermont Human Rights Commission does not have jurisdiction over special education complaints.
*Please Note: The online form was created by the Civil Rights Unit (CRU) in the Attorney General's Office in order to process employment complaints. If your complaint pertains to state government employment, your intake information will be received by the CRU and forwarded to our office.
- Gender-Free Bathrooms (Act 127)
- Gender-Specific Pricing
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) violations