It is unlawful for an individual to be denied access or to receive poor service or lesser quality accommodations because of his or her race, color, national origin, sex, pregnancy, disability, familial status or religion.
It is against the law for an individual to be denied access or to receive poor service or lesser quality accommodations because of his or her race, color, national origin, sex, pregnancy, disability, familial status or religion.
Floridians and visitors to the state may file a complaint when:
Call, write or visit the Commission within 365 days of the date in which the alleged act of discrimination occurred and describe the situation you feel was discriminatory.
An experienced Intake Counselor will listen, advise and assist you accordingly.
You can download the following questionnare to assist you.
Answer all of the following questions typing your response in the space given. For questions that ask you to choose an answer from the list, click the box next to the answer you would like to select and a checkmark will appear.
When you’ve finished the questionnaire, check to be sure all questions have been answered and then print the document.
After the form is printed, please mail or fax it to:
The Florida Commission on Human Relations
4075 Esplanade Way Room 110
Tallahassee, FL 32399
The questionnaire must be received by the Florida Commission on Human Relations within 365 days of the date of the alleged violation.
What to expect after you file a complaint: