You can also visit the NAACP`s resource page, which contains contact information for various federal and state agencies, as well as civil rights groups that might be able to help. The NAACP Tri County Branch may provide contact and/or assistance to concerned citizens with common complaints, problems, or questions, but we do not provide legal advice. For legal advice, you should consult a lawyer. Please also keep in mind that NAACP members are volunteers and are not always available to schedule time to help you as you please. If your matter is urgent, don`t wait for the NAACP. Your local legal protection committee is here to help. In the File a complaint section, fill out the form on site or download the PDF form instead and email it to President@naacptricounty.org. The Legal Appeals Committee is comprised of members of the NAACP`s Tri-County Branch with support from local attorneys and citizens familiar with various applicable fields. Our goal is to fight discrimination in all its forms in order to create reconciliation between the different segments of our community. The NAACP Tri County Branch can be contacted by email or phone, but complaints are not considered officially filed until the required appeal form has been properly completed and submitted to the office. While all complaints are seriously investigated, filing a complaint form does not automatically guarantee action by the Tri-County Branch. Complaint forms may also be submitted to the NAACP`s National Legal Department, but due to the volume of complaints received by this office, the Legal Department may not be able to respond personally.
Complaints do not establish an attorney-client relationship with the NAACP`s national legal department. Nor does filing a complaint mean that the NAACP`s national legal department has accepted a particular case. The NAACP offers a resource page that provides contact information for various federal and state agencies and civil rights groups that can help solve a problem. The NAACP Tri County Branch may also provide contact information and/or assistance to citizens concerned with common issues or questions, but does not provide legal advice. NAACP members are volunteers who give generously of their time, but are not always available. The NAACP of the three counties should not be used as an immediate emergency response. The Legal Protective Committee is comprised of members of the NAACP`s Tri-County Branch with the support of local attorneys and citizens who are knowledgeable in many areas. Our goal is to fight discrimination in all its forms in order to create reconciliation. Advocacy services are provided free of charge to the community and include, but are not limited to, civic engagement, legal protection, health, and educational representation.
If you wish, you can also submit your form to the NAACP`s National Legal Department. Your NAACP National Legal Department appreciates your complaint, but due to the volume of complaints received by this office, the Legal Department may not be able to personally respond to all complaints it receives. Note that your complaint does not establish an attorney-client relationship with the NAACP`s national legal department. Please also note that filing a complaint does not mean that the NAACP`s national legal department has accepted your case. Depending on the nature of the complaint, you may need to consult a lawyer about your case as soon as possible, as certain filing deadlines may be met to file a case in court. The Houston branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is a non-profit organization of civil rights entities in the city of Houston. Its mission is to promote excellence and equality in legislation through advocacy leadership. The mission is accomplished by advocating for this perspective with city and state government agencies and collaborating with other organizations that believe in education, health care, business, and labor. and providing essential information and services to individual entities throughout the region.