Human Rights Legal Support Centre

Description
Description (Service) The Human Rights Legal Support Centre is an independent agency, funded by the Government of Ontario, to provide legal services to individuals who have experienced discrimination under Ontario`s Human Rights Code.  
 
The Centre helps people claim and protect their rights by: 
* providing advice on its telephone inquiries line 
* assisting individuals to file human rights applications 
* by representing applicants at mediations and hearings at the Human Rights Tribunal  
 
Specific kinds of discrimination and harassment that could lead individuals to file a human rights application under Ontario‚Äôs Human Rights Code include: 
 
* Race 
* Colour 
* Ancestry 
* Place of origin 
* Citizenship 
* Ethnic origin 
* Creed (religion) 
* Receipt of public assistance (housing only) 
* Sexual orientation 
* Marital status 
* Family status 
* Record of offenses (in relation to employment only, must have been pardoned) 
* Age 
* Disability 
* Sex (includes being pregnant, sexual harassment) 
* Gender identity and gender expression 
Service Details
Hours Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri 9 am-5 pm, Thu 2 pm-6 pm
Areas Served Ontario
Languages English ; French ; Interpretive Services
Fees None
Address and Location
Located In Community Toronto Downtown
Address & Map
180 Dundas St W, 8th Flr
Toronto, ON M7A 0A1
Intersection Dundas and University
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 416-597-4900
Toll Free Phone 1-866-625-5179 * TTY 1-866-612-8627
TTY Phone 416-597-4903
Fax 416-597-4901 * Toll free 1-866-625-5180
Website www.hrlsc.on.ca