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Oregon Crisis Care Plan Harms  People with Disabilities, People of Color & Older Adults Tell Leaders: Our Lives Have Equal Value

Today, a broad coalition of civil rights and advocacy organizations from Oregon sent a letter to the Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services—a federal agency responsible for enforcing the civil rights of people with disabilities, people of color, and older adults in health care. Continue Reading Oregon Crisis Care Plan Harms  People with Disabilities, People of Color & Older Adults Tell Leaders: Our Lives Have Equal Value

aerial view of downtown Portland redevelopment area

Redevelopment project should deliver housing & economic opportunities for people with disabilities

Help shape the Broadway Corridor project’s community benefits What’s one of the biggest opportunities for the City of Portland to take strides toward becoming a community where people with disabilities feel like they belong? The Broadway Corridor redevelopment project This major economic redevelopment undertaking spans 34 acres of land in the heart of Portland, connecting Old Town… Continue Reading Redevelopment project should deliver housing & economic opportunities for people with disabilities