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Thank you for following up on your question. In relation to contacting social services: All citizens are entitled to contact them if they are concerned about the welfare of a child.
In relation to the apparent discrimination : These public and private lodgings are prohibited from discriminating against a person on basis of race, gender, color, nationality and disability.
If you feel that you are being discriminated against on one of these grounds, I would advise you to contact a local civil rights attorney.
At this moment without a full discussion of the facts, I could not say if you could have a valid case of discrimination. You are also entitled to have all bylaws applied equally to you as other residents and should take that up with the residential board, but this may not be something that you could in effect make a claim for in court , unless you could show it was due to race, color, gender, disability etc.
Remember my opinion is no substitute for contacting a local lawyer with all facts and a thorough discussion.