Getting People to Where They Are Going in Their Lives
Title VI is a section of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that prohibits discrimination based on race, color or national origin. We are adamantly committed to upholding this law. You can read and print the full text of our Title VI Program Desert Blind.docx. There are many Spanish speaking individuals in our service area; therefore, we have included Spanish translations of key portions of the policy in the full text version.
We will NOT discriminate based on:
If you feel that you have been discriminated based on any of those criteria by any employee or volunteer of Desert Blind and Handicapped, please print and fill out the Title VI Complaint Form (found in the Title VI Policy). The English version is on pages 9 and 10, the Spanish versions is on pages 11 and 12. You may mail in the completed form or give it to any DBHA staff member or Board member. If you need help completing the Title VI Complaint Form, you may ask any DBHA employee or volunteer for assistance. Once we have the form, we will work with you to resolve the matter.
We also welcome people of all genders, religions and financial positions. These criteria are not protected by the Title VI policy but we treat these criteria just as seriously. If you feel that you have been discriminated against based on these, please use the Title VI Complaint Form and submit it to any DBHA staff member or Board member. This will initiate an investigation into the matter.