Disability Rights Wisconsin


Disability Rights Wisconsin is a private non-profit organization that protects the rights of people with disabilities statewide. DRW believes that all persons with disabilities should be able to exercise and enjoy the full extent of their rights and pursue the best possible quality of life. We challenge systems and society to achieve positive changes through both individual and systemic advocacy. DRW provides advocacy to protect individuals from abuse and neglect, access to services and supports, participate and engage with their community, end discrimination, protect the rights of students to inclusive education, patient rights, voting access, and basic human rights that support self-determination.

Learn more at https://www.disabilityrightswi.org

Resources

Help Disability Rights Wisconsin Plan Mental Health Advocacy Services
This survey is to gather feedback from the public – especially people with the lived experience of mental illness and their families – to help DRW decide on priorities for mental health advocacy you think we should work on in the coming year.
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Be Prepared for the November 3rd Presidential election
DRW and the Disability Vote Coalition have a new step by step guide to help you ensure your vote is counted in the November 3rd Presidential Election.
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