Can I File a Complaint with the Human Rights Bureau?
If your questions have not been answered by this site, you may find that one of the following offices better suits your needs.
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Works to defend the individual rights of the U.S. Constitution and laws HELENA- 406-443-8590
Montana Legal Services Association
May be able to provide free legal assistance for low income clients
TOLL FREE- 800-666-6899
State Bar of Montana
May be able to provide referral for an attorney in your area
Montana Citizens Advocate
Can answer questions about state government, and can help you find the appropriate office to assist with your situation.
TOLL FREE- 800-332-2272
Disability Rights Montana
Can assist persons with disabilities when dealing with legal and civil matters
TOLL FREE- 800-245-4743
Montana Human Rights Network
A lobbyist group that works to promote democratic values
Montana Veterans Affairs
Provides service to Montana’s military veterans
Montana Office of Public Instruction
Advocates for Montana schools and students
TOLL FREE- 888-231-9393
Montana Secretary of State
Responsible for filing of records for business and overseeing honest elections
Enforces provisions of the Montana Wage Payment Act, minimum wage and overtime law, Public Contracts / Prevailing Wage Law and the State Child Labor Standards Act
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Federal agency responsible for enforcing federal anti-discrimination laws: The Montana Human Rights Bureau may be able to assist you with filing your EEOC complaint.
MONTANA HUMAN RIGHTS BUREAU, HELENA 800-542-0807 or 406-444-2884
Seattle Field Office 800-669-4000
Provides education and assistance to landlords across Montana
Montana Fair Housing
A private, non-profit organization dedicated to the reduction and eradication of housing discrimination in our state.
TOLL FREE- 800-929-2611
Offers legal, labor, human resource, policy, training, and governmental relations services to Montana school districts
U.S. Office for Civil Rights
Establishes school accreditation and teacher certification, acts as the governing agency for the School for the Deaf and Blind
Other Montana Offices
Provides consumer protection, vehicle registration, victim services, and law enforcement
Provides for public safety, reintegration of offenders into the community and supports the victims of crime.
Upholds the executive power of the Montana Constitution
Administers public assistance programs, healthcare licensing, and child protective services
Other Federal Offices