All requests must be in writing (use the form listed above). Mail requests to:
Long Beach Branch NAACP
Attention: Discrimination Complaint Request Form
P.O. Box 1594
Long Beach, CA 90801
You may also come to a legal redress meeting. To make an appointment, please contact us.
NAACP Long Beach Branch welcomes your complaint. Your complaint does not create an attorney-client relationship. Submission of a complaint does not mean that the NAACP has accepted your case, and you should consult an attorney regarding your case as soon as possible, as there are certain filing deadlines that must be adhered to in order to file a case in court. Know that your complaint is important. The NAACP will evaluate your complaint in our continuing effort to ensure the political, social, and economic equality of all citizens, in accordance with the NAACP’s mission.
The Long Beach Branch NAACP works as a liaison between legal agencies and services, but does not offer any on-site legal services.
Agencies the LB Branch NAACP Utilizes as Support
For issues concerning employment, please contact the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (www.dfeh.ca.gov). Also contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, with offices located in Los Angeles (www.eeoc.gov).
For issues concerning racial profiling, contact your local Sheriff’s Office or your local police department ( http://sheriff.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/lasd).
For human rights issues, you can file a complaint with the Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission (www.lahumanrelations.org).
For all low-income civil cases, you can obtain free representation with the Legal Services of Southern California (www.lafla.org).