It’s important that we be visible, present, and available to people with disabilities where they live and work, to protect their rights and ensure they are free from abuse or neglect. In-person monitoring visits to facilities give Nebraskans with disabilities greater access to advocacy to improve their quality of life. In just the last year, we conducted 39 on-site visits to seven different facilities that serve people with intellectual, mental, and/or physical disabilities. We’re working to add staff to increase our presence.
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We are dedicated to securing the full rights of citizenship for all people with disabilities in Nebraska. It is a significant task, but with your help, we can continue our work to assure that individuals with disabilities have the opportunity to live independent and productive lives as fully included members of their communities.
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*Disability Rights Nebraska is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by tax law.
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