What is Title VI?
A federal law, which is part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that protects individuals from discrimination on the basis of their race, color, or national origin in programs that receive federal financial assistance. It is illegal for any division or contractor affiliated with Hope Clinic for Women to withhold or refuse benefits, services on funding based on race, color or national origin. Language barriers are covered by Title VI protection.
What Title VI Covers:
All programs, benefits and services provided by Hope Clinic for Women to Prevention Program participants.
To File A Complaint:
A written report should include:
- Your name, address and phone number
- How, why and when you felt discriminated against (including names, dates and as much background as possible)
- Your Title VI complaint must be in written form, signed and filed within 180 days from the date of the alleged discrimination. This complaint may be filed by an individual, a class or by a third party. If the complaint is submitted by a third party, their relationship to the applicant must be included.
- You may download the complaint form Hope Clinic for Women Title VI Complaint Form and submit it to Emmely Duncan, Operations Director, Hope Clinic for Women at 1810 Hayes Street, Nashville, TN 37203.
Limited English Proficiency:
LEP is covered by Title VI protections. Hope Clinic for Women must make reasonable accommodations for persons with LEP in the provision of services.
Hope Clinic for Women Title VI Complaint Form
Title VI Client Information and Complaint Procedure
Title VI Implementation Plan & Complaint Procedure
Title VI Statement for Employees, Subcontractors and Vendors