Disability Rights California (DRC) is the agency designated under federal law to protect and advocate for the rights of Californians with disabilities.
We work in litigation, legal representation, advocacy services, investigations, public policy, and provide information, advice, referral, and community outreach.
For more than 40 years, DRC has worked to advance the rights of Californians with disabilities in education, employment, independence, health, and safety, and has grown into the largest disability rights organization in the nation.
The Board of Directors guides DRC. It helps us create and live up to our mission and vision.
Our Board represents the people we serve. A majority is people with disabilities. The Board reflects California’s socioeconomic, ethnic, geographic, and disability diversity.
Read about DRC's work in our annual reports.