Equal Employment Opportunity & Anti-Discrimination Policy
Our office does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, or age in admission to, or receipt of the services and benefits.
At ANH Wellness, we value all employees and clients as unique individuals, and we welcome the variety of experiences they bring to our company. As such, we have a strict non-discrimination policy. We believe everyone should be treated equally regardless of race, sex, gender identification, sexual orientation, marital status, citizenship, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other characteristic protected by the law. If you feel that you have been discriminated against, please let your manager or Human Resources Department know as soon as possible. Every complaint will be appropriately investigated to the fullest extent.
ANH Wellness believes everyone has the right to work. An employee with a disability who can perform the core functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, is entitled to the same protection and respect as any other employee. We are here to serve all New Yorkers. You have the right to respectful service at our centers, over the phone, and any other way you interact with us. This means courteous, confidential service without:
Discrimination of any kind
Retaliation or threats for reporting discrimination or harassment
If you have a problem with your service or would like to report instances of discrimination, or harassment, including sexual harassment, retaliation or threats for reporting an incident, you can file a complaint with DSS-HRA-DHS by calling 718-557-1399 or emailing ConstituentAffairs@dss.nyc.gov. You can also report instances of discrimination or harassment, to the New York City Commission on Human Rights by calling 311 or 718-722-3131, or to the New York State Division of Human Rights by calling 718-741-8400 or 718-722-2385.
To report any instances of discrimination or harassment to the USDA, learn more about the USDA's policy regarding agencies administering the SNAP program. If you are the victim of a violent, bias-related crime, please call the police.