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Arlington Human Rights Commission

2100 Claredon Boulevard
Suite 318
Arlington, VA 22201

(703) 228-3929

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Contact Information

(703) 228-3929
(703) 228-4611

Who We Are

Arlington Human Rights Commission receives and investigates complaints of discrimination.  Discrimination can be in areas of employment, housing, public accommodation (hotels, restaurants, stores), credit, private education, and commercial real estate. Basis of discrimination includes age, sex, race, nationality, religion, disability, sexual orientation, and marital status.

If discrimination is found, investigators attempt to resolve disputes through negotiation and settlement. If the resolution is not possible, investigators refer the matter to the Human Rights Commission for a public hearing. If the respondent disputes Commission findings, the matter is referred to the courts.

Bus Line: Metrobus.

Subway Stop: Courthouse (orange line).

{Languages: American Sign Language & others with prior notice.}

Who We Serve

Languages Spoken
Sign Language
Service Area(s)
Arlington County

Cost & Payment Methods

Fee Structure
No Fee

Other Eligibility Criteria
Entity complaint lodged against must be in Arlington. No residency requirement for complaining party.

Available 24/7

Intake Process
Phone, Walk-in, Mail.
Self Refer