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
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When you support DRO, you are helping children, adults and families to get the skills, supports and freedoms that they need to thrive. Continue Reading Thank you for your commitment to disability rights
When prisoners get an opportunity to spend time outside their cells engaged in constructive activities, they are more likely to be healthy, more likely to learn how to cope with their illness, and more likely to succeed when released. Continue Reading Oregon DOC will reduce isolation and improve care in the BHU
The Oregon Motor Voter law will begin by January 1, 2016. This will affect many Oregonians with disabilities who have never registered to vote before. If you or your family member receive the card, here are answers to some questions you might have. Continue Reading Oregon Motor Voter: What does it mean for you?