The Arlington Branch NAACP is a 501(c) (4) nonprofit, social justice voluntary organization. It is not a government agency. Filing a complaint with the NAACP is not the same as filing a claim with an administrative agency or filing a suit in a complaint with an administrative agency or filing a lawsuit in a court of law. If you have a Civil/Human Rights or Discrimination complaint that needs to be investigated, please download and complete the Arlington Branch NAACP Discrimination complaint form.
We do not accept complaints over the phone or without a completed and signed complaint form. We will only investigate or make referrals for complaints that are for violations within our purview – civil and human rights violations or discriminatory in nature in keeping with our mission statement.
TO FILE A COMPLAINT
Download and forward the completed Arlington Branch NAACP’s Discrimination complaint form to:
Arlington Branch NAACP #7047
PO Box 4528
Arlington, VA 22204
Scan and email the completed form to [email protected]
1. Although the Arlington Branch NAACP's goal is to address complaints promptly, complainants should anticipate a slight delay before receiving a response to a submitted complaint. This can vary from 30-90 days.
2. The Arlington Branch NAACP does NOT have organic lawyers! If necessary, the branch will refer you to legal counsel.
3. We will determine the best course of action to obtain the resolution of the complaint.
4. When necessary, we will refer the complainant to legal counsel resources.
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