Our Partners

​​Authority & Purpose

Living in a Maryland that is free from any trace of unlawful discrimination is a community-driven effort. Please take a moment to visit and learn about some of our partners below who are integral in the quest for equality and justice. Please note, links on this page are of sites external to MCCR.

Federal Partners

US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
US Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division (USDOJ)

State Partners

Maryland Department of Aging (MDoA)
Maryland Department of Disabilities (MDOD)
Maryland Department of Commerce
Governor’s Office for Children (GOC)  A division of the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention, Youth, and Victims Services.​ 
Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives (GOCI)
Governor’s Commission on African Affairs
Maryland Commission on African American History & Culture
Governor’s Commission on Indian Affairs
Governor’s Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs
Governor’s Commission on Caribbean Affairs
Governor’s Commission on Hispanic Affairs
Governor’s Commission on Middle Eastern American Affairs
Governor’s Commission on South Asian American Affairs
Governor's Office of Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs
Governor’s Office on Service & Volunteerism (GOSV)
Governor’s Office of the Deaf & Hard of Hearing (ODHH)
Maryland Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD)
Maryland Department of Human Services (DHS)
Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD)

Maryland Commission for Women
Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH)
Maryland Office of Peoples’ Counsel (Maryland OPC)
Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC)
Maryland State Higher Education Labor Relations Board (SHELRB)
Maryland State Labor Relations Boards (SLRB)
Department of Maryland State Police (MSP)
Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA)

Maryland Commission on LGBTQ Affairs ​
University System of Maryland (USM)

Community Partners

International Association of Official Human Rights Agencies (IAOHRA)
Maryland On-Line Hate Crime Resource Center
Coalition Opposed to Violence and Extremism (COVE)
Maryland Association of Human Rights/Relations Agencies (MAHRRA)
Equal Rights Center (ERC)
Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC)
National Association of Human Rights Workers (NAHRW)
Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition (MCRC)
Baltimore Jewish Council (BJC)
Free State Justice​
ACLU of Maryland
 The Pride Center of Maryland​ (GLCCB)
Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition (MCRC)
Greater Baltimore Urban League (GBUL)

Council on American Islamic Relations – Maryland (CAIR-MD)

Greater Baltimore Community Housing Resource Board (GBCHRB) 

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​​​Local Affiliates

City of Annapolis – 41​0.263.7997
City of Cumberland – 301.722.2000
Anne Arundel County – 410.222.1220
Baltimore City – 410.396.3141
Baltimore County – 410.887.5917
Carroll County – 410.795.8521
Frederick County – 301.600.1063
Harford County – 410.638.3389
Howard County– 410.313.6430
Montgomery County – 240.777.8450
Prince George’s County – 301.883.6170

Note: Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Garrett, Kent, Queen Anne’s, St. Mary’s, Somerset, Talbot, Washington, Wicomico, and Worcester counties do not have local Commissions. Residents should contact MCCR for all complaints of discrimination.


Baltimore City – 410.209.2237
Washington, D.C. – 1.800.669.4000


Baltimore City - 410.962.2520
Washington, D.C. - 202.275.9200

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