In August and September 2014, Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) conducted a broad survey as another means to gauge what issues are important to people who care about the rights of people with disabilities. Continue Reading 2014 Community Insights Survey results
DRO receives feedback from Oregonians who have disabilities through annual surveys, focus groups, listening sessions, and community events.
On March 11, 2015, Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) conducted a 90-minute focus group to hear about experiences with mental health treatment in hospital emergency departments and in hospitals. Eleven individuals participated; DRO staff facilitated the session. In order to participate, individuals must have received treatment in an emergency department and/or inpatient hospital related to behavioral… Continue Reading Emergency and acute psychiatric care focus group results
Attorneys from Disability Rights Oregon and the Center for Public Representation will make themselves available to talk with brokerage and county program clients, and their parents and family, to discuss the supported employment case, Lane v. Brown. Get more info and register here. Continue Reading Lane v. Brown community discussion
DRO participates on the Portland Police Bureau’s Behavioral Health Unit Advisory Council. At this presentation and public forum, learn more about how PPB serves people with disabilities. Continue Reading Portland Police presentation & public forum, December 9