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  • Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD)

    Agency: Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD)

    The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) enforces the Massachusetts anti-discrimination laws through the investigation of Discrimination Complaints, the prosecution and adjudication of cases, and through preventative training and education.

    Anyone in Massachusetts who lives, works, or visits, may file a Discrimination Complaint if they believe they were treated differently or unfairly based on their identity as a member of a protected class (e.g., race, disability, age, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or veteran’s status).

    The MCAD has four offices: Boston, New Bedford, Springfield, and Worcester, where your can meet with an intake specialist for a free consultation and file a complaint. Complaints filed at the MCAD will be investigated by an MCAD staff member to determine if the treatment alleged constitutes unlawful discrimination.  In most cases, there is a 300-day statute of limitations on filing.



    • MCAD Springfield Office
      Fax: (413) 784-1056
      Business Line: (413) 739-2145
      Springfield State Office Building
      436 Dwight St., Room 220,
      Springfield, MA 01103
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    Agency: Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD)

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    Area(s) Served:
    • Worcester County
    • Middlesex County
    • Hampshire County
    • Hampden County
    • Franklin County
    • Berkshire County
    • Statewide




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