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Disability Rights California Advocacy
Information on this page is organized by topic for other advocates, facilities, organizations, and the public to learn more about our work and recommendations on specific issues.
Disability Rights California Releases New Report and Calls on Sacramento County to Begin Transition Planning for the Foster Youth Residents and Phase out Its Use of Warren E. Thornton Youth Center
Federal Court Preliminarily Approves Class Settlement to Improve Communication for Deaf Californians Who Receive Services from the State’s Department of Developmental Services
Disability Rights California is Excited for Long-Term DRC Employee and Leader Desiree Delonia to be the New Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access (DEIA)
Voters with Disabilities in Shasta County May Be Left with No Option for Private and Independent Voting After the Board of Supervisors Abruptly Decided to End Its Contract with Dominion Voting Systems
Sacramento County Must Act Now to Significantly Reduce Its Jail Population and to Meet Its Legal and Constitutional Duties in the Treatment of People with Disabilities
Disability Rights California’s Director of Public Policy Eric Harris Appointed to California Interagency Council on Homelessness Advisory Committee
The Sounds of Success: Disability Rights California’s Client Assistance Program Helps J.H. Move Closer to Achieving His Dreams of Becoming a Sound Engineer
Disability Rights California Applauds Governor Signing AB 2275 (Wood and Stone), a Bill that Strengthens the Rights of People with Mental Health Disabilities
Disability Rights California & Over 50 Disability, Civil Rights, Racial Justice and Housing Advocacy Organizations Urge Governor Newsom to Veto SB 1338
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Disability Rights California Regional Center Vendor Reporting
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