The Disability Network has dedicated staff for advocacy services. We can help guide you to the resources and processes to ensure you are receiving what you are entitled to receive.

We also operate from the perspective of helping consumers become self-advocates. That means we don’t do things for you, we do them with you.

We assist people with disabilities with understanding their rights, whether it be with regard to Social Security, Medicare Part D, or Medicaid. We have experience advocating in employment, educational, and community settings. 

Contact us about self-advocacy

Areas of AdvocACY

Resources to assist with learning to be your own best advocate.

Assistance with IEPs
Information on resources to assist with IEPs.

Information on how, when, and where to advocate if you feel an agency denied you access to programs or services due to a disability.

Buildings and Grounds Access
Information on resources available to help with advocating if you are denied access to a building or other physical areas due to a disability.

Alternative Format Access
Information on what to do if you are denied access to written materials due to a disability. For example, not being provided a copy of a public meeting agenda in Braille.