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
Disability Community Priority Survey
Every year, you help us identify the greatest needs of Oregon’s disability community.
From being safe from abuse and neglect to getting a good education, the issues that you tell us are most important to you or your family help focus our energy and resources.
You can share your thoughts by completing our 2018 Disability Community Priorities Survey.
We prioritize issues that will impact the lives of the greatest number of Oregonians. We want to empower you with information and tools that you can use to uphold your civil rights.
How to Complete the Survey
The survey takes 10 to 15 minutes to complete.
The survey is also available in Spanish: Encuesta sobre lo que la Poblacion Percibe acerca de Disability Rights Oregon 2018.
Please return completed print surveys to:
Mail or in person:
Disability Rights Oregon
511 SW 10th Avenue, Suite 200
Portland, Oregon 97205
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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