WIndmill and Sandhills

1425 1st Avenue
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
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WORKING FOR DIGNITY, EQUALITY, EMPOWERMENT of all people with disabilities.

“We all need to be advocates, not only for ourselves but for others, especially those who are new to disabilities….”

Tim Kolb is the CEO and Executive Director of the Kolb Foundation for Disability Education (KFDE) in Franklin, Nebraska.  Currently, Tim also serves as the President of the Board of Directors at Independence Rising, the Center for Independent Living of Central Nebraska in Grand Island, is a member of the Community Advisory Board (CAB) of the Monroe-Meyer Institute in Omaha, and is a member of the Nebraska Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (NCCD).  Over the years, Tim has served in a number of disability based organizations in Nebraska.

Tim is our guest blogger this month on the  ADA 25th Anniversary page    

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  • Raise. Your. Voice.

    A call to remove the prejudice, barriers and stigma that keep people from getting the mental health assistance they need. More than 43 million adults in our country struggled with mental illness in the past year and half of us will meet the criteria for a diagnosable mental health condition at some point in our lives; one quarter by the age of 14.

  • Minnesota’s Holding of Sex Offenders After Prison Is Ruled Unconstitutional

    Experts said that some states, like New York and Wisconsin, have a record of releasing offenders once they have undergone treatment and meet certain criteria, but in many states only a fraction of those committed ever finished treatment to the point where they were sent home, free and clear.

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