Alaska State Commission for Human Rights
General Contact Information
- Toll Free
How to Get Help
The Human Rights Commission is open and available to take complaints. If you need to file a complaint, please call 907-274-4692 or file a compliant online.
Who We Are
"The Alaska State Commission for Human Rights is the state agency that enforces the Alaska Human Rights Law, AS 18.80. The Commission consists of seven commissioners appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Legislature. The Commission employs a staff and maintains an office in Anchorage. The Commission has statewide powers and accepts and investigates complaints from individuals across all regions of the state.
For information on the complaint process, including how to file a complaint, click here.
In Alaska it is illegal to discriminate in:
Places of Public Accommodation
Sale or Rental of Real Property
Financing and Credit
Practices by the State or its Political Subdivisions
Physical or Mental Disability
And in some instances because of:
Changes in Marital Status
- Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity or “expression”
Who We Serve
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Type of Help
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