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9 TO 5, National Association of Working Women
9 to 5 National Association of Working Women
A job problem hotline offering level and practical information on job concerns for working women. Provides technical assistance in starting 9 to 5 support groups
501 Pulliam Street SW
Suite 344
Atlanta, GA 30312
Eligibility: Persons experiencing workplace discrimination or work/family balance issues
Hours: Weekdays, 9am to 5pm
9 TO 5, National Association of Working Women
9 TO 5 Job Survival Helpline
Provides information and advice on issues such as workplace discrimination, job safety, pregnancy policies, sexual harassment, computer monitoring, legal referals, FLMA, etc.
207 East Buffalo Street
Suite 211
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Hours: Weekdays, 9am to 5pm
American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania
American Civil Liberties Union - Northeast PA Chapter
Local chapters are made up of groups of volunteers who meet regularly in their area to further the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania's mission through public events and other activities. Staffed offices in other areas offer legal counsel regarding civil liberties to residents of Susquehanna, Wyoming, Luzerne, Lackawanna, Wayne, Pike, Monroe and Carbon Counties.
PO BOX 277
Chinchilla, PA 18410
Anthracite Region Center for Independent Living
Anthracite Region Center for Independent Living - Advocacy
Assess and help to resolve barrier issues of inaccessibility or discrimination. Conduct disability awareness training for schools, businesses, hospitals and civic organizations.
Markle Building
8 West Broad Street
Hazleton, PA 18201
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:00pm
Bucks County Human Relations Council
Bucks County Human Relations Council Meetings
Provides resources to those who believe they have been discriminated against or who may have been the victim of a hate crime, and we work with other area organizations to facilitate programs and events that promote positive community relations and appreciation of our diversity.
P.O Box 2012
Doylestown, PA 18901
Hours: Fourth Wednesday of every month except November and December, 7:00pm to 9:00pm at: Free Library of Northampton Township 25 Upper Holland Road Richboro, PA 18954
Bucks County Human Relations Council
Bucks County Human Relations Council
Dedicated to promoting the value of diversity and addressing discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, gender, religion, creed, culture, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, ancestry, national origin and disability. Provides resources to those who believe they have been discriminated against or have been a victim of a hate crime.
25 Upper Holland Road
Richboro, Pe 18945
Hours: 24/7 Phone line available. Calls will be returned within 24 hours.
City of Altoona Fair Housing Program
City of Altoona Fair Housing Program
The City of Altoona's Fair Housing Program provides educational information and outreach programs to tenants, landlords, lending institutions, realtors, housing managers, contractors and anyone in the housing business regarding the Federal Fair Housing Laws. Free presentations are offered to anyone wishing to know more about the Federal Fair Housing Laws.
1301 12th Street, Suite 400
Altoona, PA 16601
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30AM to 4:30PM
City of Altoona Government and Mayor's Office
City of Altoona Community Development Department Fair Housing Program
The City of Altoona's Fair Housing Program provides educational information and outreach programs to tenants, landlords, lending institutions, realtors, housing managers, contractors and anyone in the housing business regarding the Federal Fair Housing Laws. Free presentations are offered to anyone wishing to know more about the Federal Fair Housing Laws.
1301 12th Street, Suite 400
Altoona, PA 16601
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30AM to 4:30PM
City of Lancaster - Human Relations Commission
City of Lancaster - Human Relations Commission

** NOTE ** Click here for Coronavirus Information Handles complaints from persons who believe they have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex including sexual harassment, age, family or marital status, sexual orientation and gender identity, possession of a GED, handicap or disability, pregnancy, guide dog or support animal. Assistance provided to anyone who believes they have been victims of unlawful discrimination within the city of Lancaster.
120 North Duke Street
City Hall
Lancaster, PA 17603
Eligibility: Must be based on action that has occurred within city limits
Hours: As needed
City of Reading
City of Reading - Human Relations Commission
Fair housing assistance program and equal employment opportunity commission agency.
815 Washington Street
Reading, PA 19601
Eligibility: Residents of the City of Reading
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Community Justice Project Hazleton
Community Justice Project Hazleton
Community Justice Project is a non-profit, public interest law firm provides free legal representation for low income people in civil cases. CJP specializes in class action lawsuits and innovative advocacy. CJP handles only cases and advocacy projects that have a broad impact on low income people. CJP provides free legal representation for low income people when particular legal problems occur -employment, lead contamination, housing, language access, discrimination, property tax assessment, consumer rights, civil rights, immigration. If you believe that someone or some company has acted unfairly or illegally toward you, you can speak with CJP about it.
101 W. Broad Street
Suite 611
Hazleton, PA 18201
Community Justice Project Scranton
Community Justice Project Scranton
The Community Justice Project (CJP) is a non-profit, public interest law firm that represents low income people in civil cases. CJP specializes in class action lawsuits and innovative advocacy. CJP handle only cases and advocacy projects that have a broad impact on low income people. CJP provides free legal representation for low income people when particular legal problems occur such as employment, lead contamination, housing, language access, discrimination, property tax assessment, consumer rights, civil rights and immigration. If you believe that someone or some company has acted or may have acted unfairly or illegally toward you, you can speak with CJP about it.
111 South Main Avenue
Scranton, PA 18504
Equal Rights Advocates
Legal Advice and Counseling Hotline, Equal Rights Advocates
Advice concerning gender discrimination in employment and education including sexual harassment, pregnancy discrimination, family medical leave, pay equity, retaliation for complaining
1663 Mission Street
Suite 250
San Francisco, CA 94103
Job Accommodation Network
Job Accommodation Network
The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is the leading source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues. Our consultants and specialists can answer questions related to the disability employment laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, Rehabilitation Act, and Family Medical Leave Act. Information and resources are also available for individuals with disabilities who are interested in starting a small business or learning about other entrepreneurial options.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 6:00pm
Lancaster County Office of Aging
Lancaster County Office of Aging
**NOTES** Office building is closed. Still handling call remotely. Leave a message with name, contact inforamtion and reason for call. Responding to emails also. Click here for additional Information Offers a wide range of support services to older Lancaster County residents with the goal of allowing them to maintain their independence and self-sufficiency. Most services available to persons ages 60 and over, except for the 55+ Job Bank, Job Bank Workshop and Senior Community Services Employment Program which begins at age 55 and older. Domiciliary Care, long term Care Assessments and Caregiver Support Program available for persons 18 years and older. Services for 60 years and older: -Older Adult Daily Living Centers provided for persons with functional disabilities. Also provides daytime respite care to caregivers. Nursing services and mid-day meal are provided. Contracts with Landis Homes, Lancaster Generations, Masonic Homes, Moravian Center and Garden Spot Village to provide these services. -Home Delivered Meals - Work in cooperation with Meals on Wheels and other sources for homebound elderly persons -Emergency Fuel Assistance is provided as a last resort after a caseworker has assessed all other options. -Respite Care gives caregiver relief -Information & Referral assists persons to identify their needs, link them to appropriate services, and to share up-to-date information on issues affecting older persons. The Transportation Specialist, is also part of the I & R unit -Lawyer Referral Program for the Elderly: Clients are referred to participating attorneys who will offer advice on a broad range of legal issues. Initial 1/2 hour consultation is $5; Fees need to be discussed with the attorney for consultation over a half hour -Ombudsman Program investigates patient care concerns about nursing homes, personal care homes, and home health agencies -Protective Services: Intensive casework for persons who are abused, exploited, neglected, abandoned or who are unable to carry out activities of daily living due to mental or physical impairment, which is placing them at risk of imminent harm - Property Tax and Rent Rebate forms are available with assistance to complete them also available - Senior Centers offer noon meals and a variety of activities in the following county areas: Columbia, Elizabethtown, Lancaster, Lititz, Millersville, Quarryville and Reinholds - Flu Shots are usually offered in the Fall at the Senior Centers - Transportation to medical appointments and senior centers using Red Rose Access for those who are eligible - Offers Health and Wellness Programs to promote healthier lifestyles Programs for persons ages 18 and over: - Domiciliary Care offers protected community living arrangements for persons needing personal care and ongoing supervision. - Long Term Care Unit provides assessments to determine the most appropriate level of care for those needing financial aid for nursing, personal care, and domiciliary care homes. Intensive in-home services available for eligible persons who are at a nursing home level of care and have sufficient informal support. - Caregiver Support Program - Casework services and financial assistance with caregiving expenses for persons caring for individuals who are over 60 and are functionally dependent (requiring constant supervision) or between the ages of 18-59 with chronic dementia. Also offers assistance for grandparents who are the primary caregivers for grandchildren under the age of 18. The Office of Aging can provide the following lists via mail, email or on the website: - Beauticians who provide services in the client's home - Cleaning services - Non-medical companion services - Pharmacies who deliver - Lancaster County nursing homes - Lancaster County personal care homes - Grocers who will deliver - Respite care facilities - Senior Center list - Low income housing - Benefits for low income older adults - Continuing care retirement communities - Personal emergency response company list - Home health agencies - Caregiver resources: support groups, websites, hotlines - Low-cost medical and dental services Newsletter: Prime Time; Contact: Information and Referral Supervisor to be added to the mailing list Volunteer Opportunities include: - Providing socialization for older persons through regular visits and phone calls - Assist a senior with a household task on an ongoing basis - Volunteer as part of a group for a one-time project - Assist agency staff with a variety of tasks including filing, data entry and mailings - Become a volunteer in a specialized program such as APPRISE, Volunteer Ombudsman or Senior Games
150 North Queen Street
Suite 415
Lancaster, PA 17603
Eligibility: Varies with program
Hours: Office: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm; Program hours vary; Protective services: 24-hours/day
LHOP - Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership
LHOP - Housing Equality and Equity Institute
**NOTES** Office is closed but they can be reached by phone or email until furher notice. Handles complaints when people feel they have been discriminated against because of their race, color, religion,ancestry, sex, age, national origin, familial status or disability in the area of housing. Examples of cases include: 1. Refusal to rent to a prospective tenant because of race, color, etc. 2. Charging additional rent due to race, color, etc. 3. Requiring a rental agreement or lease which provides that the tenant shall remain childless or may not maintain a household with a person of a certain age 4. Failing to allow a service/support animal for a person with a disability in an apartment or house with a no pet policy. 5. Not allowing a tenant with a disability that receives social security disability payments the reasonable accommodation of paying rent at a date later than the first of each month when a tenant receives their check after the first. Produces a series of housing rights and responsibilities materials as well as offers private consultations for individuals seeking to understand their specific housing situation. The center also provides educational information on an individual basis and through agency seminars. Also presents "Fair Housing 101", a free, one hour training course that provides discussion and information on fair housing laws and their application.
123 East King Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
Eligibility: For discrimination services: The complaint must fall in one of the protected classes (race, religion, sex, age, etc.)
Hours: Office: Monday, 8:30am to 8:30pm; Tuesday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm; Walk-in: Monday, 10:00am to 3:00pm; Thursday, 1:00pm to 5:00pm
LHOP - Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership
LHOP - Housing Equality and Equity Institute, York
**NOTES** Office is closed but they can be reached by phone or email until furher notice. Handles complaints when people feel they have been discriminated against because of their race, color, religion,ancestry, sex, age, national origin, familial status or disability in the area of housing. Examples of cases include: 1. Refusal to rent to a prospective tenant because of race, color, etc. 2. Charging additional rent due to race, color, etc. 3. Requiring a rental agreement or lease which provides that the tenant shall remain childless or may not maintain a household with a person of a certain age 4. Failing to allow a service/support animal for a person with a disability in an apartment or house with a no pet policy. 5. Not allowing a tenant with a disability that receives social security disability payments the reasonable accommodation of paying rent at a date later than the first of each month when a tenant receives their check after the first. Produces a series of housing rights and responsibilities materials as well as offers private consultations for individuals seeking to understand their specific housing situation. The center also provides educational information on an individual basis and through agency seminars. Also presents "Fair Housing 101", a free, one hour training course that provides discussion and information on fair housing laws and their application.
116 North George Street
York, PA 17401
Eligibility: For discrimination services: The complaint must fall in one of the protected classes (race, religion, sex, age, etc.)
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
NAACP - Allentown Branch
To fight discrimination and injustice in employment, housing and related areas.
PO Box 9418
Allentown, PA 18105
Eligibility: Anyone interested in ensuring the political, educational, social and economic rights of all
Hours: Third Thursday of every month, 7:00pm
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
NAACP - Bethlehem Branch
To fight discrimination and injustice in employment, housing and related areas.
PO Box 1474
Bethlehem, PA 18016
Eligibility: Anyone interested in ensuring the political, educational, social and economic rights of all
Hours: Second Saturday of every month, 10:00am (except the month of July)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
NAACP - Easton Branch
To fight discrimination and injustice in employment, housing and related areas through information dissemination, advocacy and community organizing.
721 Line Street
Easton, PA 18042
Eligibility: Anyone wanting to ensure the social, political, educational and economic rights of all persons
Hours: First Monday of every month, 7:00pm
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
NAACP - Lancaster
A volunteer organization that advocates for civil and human rights for all people.
Meeting location varies
Lancaster, PA 17603
Eligibility: No limitations
Hours: Call for meeting times and locations
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
NAACP - Lycoming Tri-County Branch
To fight discrimination and injustice in employment, housing and related areas.
640 Beeber Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am-5:30pm
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
NAACP - Pittsburgh Chapter
To fight discrimination and injustice in employment, housing and related areas through information dissemination, advocacy and community organizing.
2203 Wylie Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Eligibility: Anyone wanting to ensure the social, political, educational, and economic rights of all persons.
Hours: Weekdays, 9am to 5:30pm
National Federation of the Blind
National Federation of the Blind
A consumer organization of blind people working together to improve opportunities for the blind and the understanding of blindness by the general public.
200 East Wells Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
Eligibility: Individuals with visual impairments and their families
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
National Partnership for Women and Families
National Partnership for Women and Families
A leader on the issues that matter to women and families.
1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Suite 650
Washington, DC 20009
Eligibility: Persons interested in the issues that make a real difference to women and working families across the country
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:30pm
North Penn Legal Services
Welfare Rights Assistance - Lycoming/Clinton Counties
For workers who have lost their jobs, have become disabled, or who otherwise are unable to obtain employment, establishing eligibility for public benefits may be the only way to preserve a source of income for the family. In other situations, often following illness and loss of employment, insurmountable debt may threaten basic economic security.
25 West Third Street
Suite 400
Williamsport, PA 17701
Eligibility: NPLS offers representation to low income families who need legal help.In order to qualify for free legal services, your household income must meet requirements based on Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.NPLS may take into account some expenses (for example, employment-related expenses, child support paid out, and unusually high medical expenses) for households above these guidelines. Available services may very by county. There may be income exceptions based on your legal problem.# Persons in family unit gross monthly income1 $1,2162 $1,6393 $2,0614 $2,4845 $2,9596 $3,3937 $3,8268 $4,2599 $4,69310 $5,126
Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to noon and 1:00pm to 4:30pm; Intake application phone number: Monday - Thursday, 9:30am - 11:30am and 1:30pm - 3:30pm; Friday, 9:30am - 11:30am
Office for Civil Rights
Office for Civil Rights
Callers can report abuse of civil rights in health care and social service programs on the basis of race, national origin, disability or age. Complaints are taken by specialists who conduct investigations. If complaint is out of jurisdiction, it is referred to appropriate department. Free complaint forms and fact sheets can be sent. An agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
26 Federal Plz
New York City, NY 10278
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
Receives and processes complaints of alleged discrimination, including but not limited to, discrimination in employment, housing, education, public accommodations and lending. In addition, familial status is a protected class in the area of housing. To File a Complaint: Complaints must be filed with the PHRC Regional Office serving your county as listed below. Harrisburg Regional Office Riverfront Office Center, 5th Floor 1101-1125 South Front Street Harrisburg, PA 17104-2515 (717) 787-9784 (717) 787-7279 TTY users only Publishes a brochure on recognition and prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace. Whenever ANY question arises, please refer directly to the Human Relations Commission for determination. Client needs to be able to prove discrimination to the Human Relations Commission. If the Human Relations Commission accepts the claim, the employer, landlord, whoever claim is brought against, must then prove that they HAVE NOT discriminated. Has the legal authority to hold public hearings, issue orders, and take its decisions to court. The Commission also publishes brochures on Interviewing, Effective Disciplinary Action,Effective Performance and Employment Information and Resources for Employees with Disabilities.
333 Market Street
8th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission - Philadelphia - Discrimination Assistance
Receives and processes complaints of alleged discrimination, including but not limited to, discrimination in employment, housing, education, public accommodations and lending. In addition, familial status is a protected class in the area of housing. To File a Complaint: Complaints must be filed with the PHRC Regional Office serving your county as listed below. Harrisburg Regional Office Riverfront Office Center, 5th Floor 1101-1125 South Front Street Harrisburg, PA 17104-2515 (717) 787-9784 (717) 787-7279 TTY users only Publishes a brochure on recognition and prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace. Whenever ANY question arises, please refer directly to the Human Relations Commission for determination. Client needs to be able to prove discrimination to the Human Relations Commission. If the Human Relations Commission accepts the claim, the employer, landlord, whoever claim is brought against, must then prove that they HAVE NOT discriminated. Has the legal authority to hold public hearings, issue orders, and take its decisions to court. The Commission also publishes brochures on Interviewing, Effective Disciplinary Action,Effective Performance and Employment Information and Resources for Employees with Disabilities.
110 North 8th Street
Suite 501
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission - Pittsburgh Discrimination Assistance
Handles complaints regarding violation of state discrimination laws (including AIDS discrimination). Promotes equal opportunity in education, prevents and responds to civil tension and provides information, support and outreach to Pennsylvania communities.
301 Fifth Avenue
Piatt Place, Suite 390
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
US Department of Housing and Urban Development - Philadelphia Field Office
**NOTES** Click here for Coronavirus Information Responsible for national policy and programs that address America's housing needs, that improve and develop the Nation's communities, and enforce fair housing laws. Also provides consumers with information on a range of housing issues, including foreclosures and reverse mortgages, and referrals to approved local housing counseling agencies. Headquarters (Washington office): 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, DC 20410
100 Penn Square East
Philadelphia Regional Office
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Eligibility: American homeowners, homebuyers or renters
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
US Housing and Urban Development ( HUD )- Pittsburgh Field Office
HUD / FHA mortgage insurance, low and moderate income and elderly housing programs, community development assistance to local governments, and financial and technical assistance to organizations administering ongoing HUD programs, projects, and developments. Literature and speakers available. In most cases, HUD does not provide direct service to the public. Callers can request the list of HUD - subsidized housing. There are three housing lists, one for families, one for the elderly, and one for persons with disabilities.
1000 Liberty Avenue
William Morehead Federal Building, Suite
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Hours: Weekdays 8:00am to 4:30pm
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
Responsible for national policy and programs that address America's housing needs, that improve and develop the Nation's communities, and enforce fair housing laws. Headquarters (Washington office): 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, DC 20410 888-995-4673 Hope for Homeowners
451 7th Street S.W.
Washington, DC 20410
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
9 TO 5, National Association of Working Women
9 to 5 National Association of Working Women
9 TO 5, National Association of Working Women
9 TO 5 Job Survival Helpline
Anthracite Region Center for Independent Living
Anthracite Region Center for Independent Living - Advocacy
Bucks County Human Relations Council
Bucks County Human Relations Council Meetings
Bucks County Human Relations Council
Bucks County Human Relations Council
City of Altoona Fair Housing Program
City of Altoona Fair Housing Program
City of Altoona Government and Mayor's Office
City of Altoona Community Development Department Fair Housing Program
City of Lancaster - Human Relations Commission
City of Lancaster - Human Relations Commission
City of Reading
City of Reading - Human Relations Commission
Community Justice Project Hazleton
Community Justice Project Hazleton
Community Justice Project Scranton
Community Justice Project Scranton
Equal Rights Advocates
Legal Advice and Counseling Hotline, Equal Rights Advocates
Job Accommodation Network
Job Accommodation Network
Lancaster County Office of Aging
Lancaster County Office of Aging
LHOP - Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership
LHOP - Housing Equality and Equity Institute
LHOP - Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership
LHOP - Housing Equality and Equity Institute, York
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
NAACP - Easton Branch
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
NAACP - Lancaster
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
NAACP - Lycoming Tri-County Branch
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
NAACP - Pittsburgh Chapter
National Federation of the Blind
National Federation of the Blind
National Partnership for Women and Families
National Partnership for Women and Families
North Penn Legal Services
Welfare Rights Assistance - Lycoming/Clinton Counties
Office for Civil Rights
Office for Civil Rights
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission - Philadelphia - Discrimination Assistance
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission - Pittsburgh Discrimination Assistance
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
US Department of Housing and Urban Development - Philadelphia Field Office
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
US Housing and Urban Development ( HUD )- Pittsburgh Field Office
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
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