In addition to advocating for accessibility and disability rights on the local, state and national levels, we train people with disabilities to advocate for themselves and others.
Staff and volunteers share their own experiences to help others explore options, solve problems, and develop new skills.
INFORMATION & REFERRAL
Information matters. We specialize in researching services related to aging and various disabilities as well as sharing our network of community-minded agencies with you.
INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS TRAINING
Our staff can help individuals learn daily living, attendant management, money management, pre-employment, and other skills critical to independent living.
SUPPORT individuals in the transition process from an institutional environment into the greater community.
ASSIST individuals at high risk for nursing homes to remain in the community.
TRAIN youth with significant disabilities for their next stages of life with job skills and employment placement.