Office of Equal Opportunity Announces Requests for Submittals
for Legal Services for Housing Discrimination Cases

Palm Beach County is seeking submittals for
Legal Services for Housing Discrimination Cases
Date of Issuance: 05/28/2021
Submittals due: 07/30/2021
After the issuance date of the RFS, the RFS will be available for download online at https://pbcvssp.pbc.gov/vssprd/Advantage4

In accordance with the provisions of ADA, this document may be requested in an alternative format. 

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Office of Equal Opportunity Announces Requests for Proposals for the Handicap Accessibility Awareness Grant Program for FY 2025

Palm Beach County Office of Equal Opportunity is seeking proposals from qualified agencies to improve accessibility and equal opportunity and promote or increase awareness of the rights and ambitions of persons with disabilities through an Awareness Program. Deadline for submission is July 15, 2024 by 4 p.m. ​

Please click here for more information or call (561) 355-4884.

Click here​ for Application.​​​​

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Office of Equal Opportunity's Mission Statement

The Office of Equal Opportunity's (OEO) mission is to promote a discrimination free quality of life for Palm Beach County residents through educating and advocating a policy of nondiscrimination and enforcing local, state and federal civil rights laws.

OEO is responsible for investigating and resolving complaints of discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status or familial status and gender identity or expression. Additionally, OEO provides human relations training and referral services. OEO is a federally recognized equivalent agency under the federal civil rights laws - Title VII (employment discrimination cases) and Title VIII (fair housing cases). Through OEO, Palm Beach County residents have direct access to protection of civil rights laws.

OEO also is responsible for the County's Disability Accessibility program. This program assures that County government and countywide organizations and public facilities maintain compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act by enforcing the County's Handicapped Parking Program and helps to remedy discrimination against persons with disabilities in housing, access to facilities and services, employment and all other areas of equal access.

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