Title VI and DDS
What is the Title VI Program?
The Title VI Program ensures Georgia DDS's compliance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and all related nondiscrimination authorities.
The program ensures no person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or other be subjected to discrimination under any federally funded program or activity on the grounds of:
- national origin
- and limited English proficiency (LEP).
How Can I File a Discrimination Complaint?
Complaints must be in writing, on a form provided by the Georgia DDS. The form must be signed by the complainant(s) or his/her representative.
- Complaints received by fax or e-mail will be acknowledged and processed. Once the Complainant is identified and his/her intent to proceed with the complaint has been established.
- For allegations received in person or by telephone, the complaint must fill out a . The form is forwarded to the complainant for completion and signature. The completed form is given to the Title VI Program Coordinator for processing.
- Within five days of receipt of the complaint, The Title VI Program Coordinator will send an acknowledgment letter to the complainant and begin processing the complaint.
- The Title VI Program Coordinator will notify the complainant of the outcome of the investigation.