DHS' Office of Diversity & Equal Opportunity Affairs (DEOA) is responsible for promoting diversity within the agency and implementing the City's Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policies and standards.
The DEOA office also handles requests for reasonable accommodations for employees, as well as any complaints of discrimination filed by DHS employees, job applicants, and clients. Furthermore, the office aims to incorporate diversity into the agency's day-to-day endeavors, as it delivers sound, culturally sensitive and relevant services to New Yorkers.
DHS makes every effort to place clients where they feel safe, and where staff can ensure appropriate, affirming, and culturally competent services.
Current employees, applicants, and clients who believe that they have information regarding discriminatory conduct that violates the Citywide EEO policy can review the complaint process on the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) website.
If you have any questions related to equal employment opportunities or equal access to DHS services, please contact the Office of Diversity & Equal Opportunity Affairs.
Office of Diversity & Equal Opportunity Affairs
33 Beaver Street
New York, NY 10004