Disability Rights Oregon provides information, referral, and advocacy services for Oregonians who are having a disability-related legal problem related to employment and licensing for employment.   We can provide assistance to people requiring reasonable accommodations to maintain their jobs; we do not handle failure to hire or termination cases.


We also administer Oregon’s Client Assistance Program (CAP), which helps people who are having difficulty seeking or receiving vocational rehabilitation services from Oregon’s Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (OVRS), Independent Living (IL) centers, Oregon’s Commission for the Blind, and tribal programs. Read more about our CAP program here.



FAQ-Family & Medical Leave

Employment Handbook – 3rd Edition


DRO – PABSS brochure

DRO – PABSS brochure – Large Print

DRO – CAP brochure – for print (not accessible)

DRO – CAP brochure – text only (accessible)

DRO – CAP brochure – large print text (accessible)

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Memorial Day

On this day, I stop to recall the sacrifices made by our armed forces and I also think about others who have committed their lives to the pursuit of a more just society. Continue Reading Memorial Day

Press release: Class Action Lawsuit Seeks an End to Segregated Sheltered Workshops

PORTLAND, ORE. – Jan. 25, 2012 – Advocates for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities today filed a class action lawsuit challenging Oregon’s failure to provide supported employment services to more than 2,300 state residents who are segregated in sheltered workshops where they perform mundane tasks, such as folding UPS bags. The lawsuit, filed in… Continue Reading Press release: Class Action Lawsuit Seeks an End to Segregated Sheltered Workshops