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Accessibility Contact Information

If you have any questions or concerns about the accessibility of any part of this site, please send an email message to [email protected] or call (800) 253-4332 and ask for the accessibility coordinator.

If you require a document in a different file format than we currently provide, you can request it from us and we will try to accommodate you.

The Partnership's designee for Reasonable Accommodations (DRA) and Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator (ADA Coordinator) is identified below. This individual will be able to give you information and forms for requesting reasonable accommodations and for grieving the denial of accommodation requests.

DRA/ADA Coordinator Name: Maribeth Gunner
Coordinator Contact Information: (518) 408-1822
Email: [email protected]

Reasonable Accommodations Policies

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    Complaint Form

    Please use this form to file a complaint based on disability in the provision of services, activities, programs or benefits.

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    Grievance Procedure

    This Grievance Procedure is established to meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA"). It may be used by anyone who wishes to file a complaint alleging discrimination on the basis of disability in the provision of services, activities, programs, or benefits by the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations. Employment-related complaints of disability discrimination are covered elsewhere, in policies available from the human resources office of the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations.

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    Procedures for Implementing Reasonable Accommodation for Applicants and Employees with Disabilities and Pregnancy-related Conditions in New York State Agencies

    New York State has long been committed to the proposition that every individual in the State has an equal opportunity to enjoy a full and productive life. This commitment to equal opportunity extends to the workplace. Under New York State law, employees are protected from acts of bias, harassment, prejudice or discrimination. This protection extends to those individuals with disabilities and pregnancy-related conditions. To enable qualified employees and applicants with disabilities and pregnancy-related conditions to contribute to the State’s workforce, the State has a uniform policy to ensure the provision of reasonable accommodation to such individuals. 

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    Procedures for Implementing Reasonable Accommodation of Religious Observance or Practices for Applicants and Employees

    New York State has long been committed to the proposition that every individual in the State has an equal opportunity to enjoy a full and productive life. This commitment to equal opportunity extends to the workplace. Under New York State law, employees are protected from acts of bias, harassment, prejudice or discrimination. This protection extends to those individuals who observe sabbath or holy days, or who observe a particular manner of dress, hairstyle, beard, or other religious practice, in accordance with their religious beliefs. To enable qualified employees and applicants who engage in such observances or practices to contribute to the State’s workforce, the State has a uniform policy to ensure the provision of reasonable accommodation to such individuals.