Welcome to the Discrimination and Harassment Program's web site, which will answer most of your questions about the DHC Program including services and other options.
The Discrimination and Harassment (DHC) Program provides information and assistance to anyone who may have experienced or witnessed discrimination or harassment based on human rights grounds by a lawyer, paralegal, or student member of the Law Society in Ontario.
Although the DHC Program is funded by the
Law Society of Upper Canada, it operates independently and all information received by the DHC is held in strict confidence. The DHC does not share any information with the Law Society, except for anonymous statistical data on the number and nature of new contacts with the program every six months.
DHC services are confidential and are offered at no charge to members of the legal profession and members of the public.
Please take a tour of this site to find out what the DHC Program is all about and, more importantly, how the Program can help you.