Helpful and Useful information. 

We provide unbiased, comprehensive information on services, solutions and resources to improve the quality of life for people in need. We have provided you with some helpful and useful care contact information for:

Connecticut Agency 
Protection And Advocacy For Persons With Disabilities

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

James D. McGaughey

Abuse Investigation Division

Administration

Advocacy Division

Legal Division

PAIMI/CAP/PABSS/PATBI

BATE, Andrew

 

Their contact information:


Disabilities, Protection And Advocacy For Persons With
60-B Weston St.

Hartford 06120-1551

 

Phone: 1-860-297-4300

Phone: 1-800-842-7303

TTY Calls (For Deaf and Hearing Impaired Callers)

Phone: 1-860-297-4380

FAX: 1-860-566-8714

Public Resources / About Services:

Disability Services

 

Helpful Links

 

Self Advocacy Groups

 

ACT (Advocating Change Together)
EMAIL: act@selfadvocacy.org 
1821 University Ave W Ste 306S
St. Paul, MN 55104. 

 

ADAPT

Connecticut Disability Advocacy Collaborative
Stan Kosloski
Phone: 1-860-635-0695

 

CT KASA:  Connecticut Kids As Self Advocates  
Address:  CT-KASA, 60-B Weston Street, Hartford, CT 06120-1551
Contact Person:

Heather Northrop (Advisor)
Phone: 1-860-297-4316
TTY: 1-860-297-4380
Fax: 1-860-566-8714

 

People First of California, Inc.

 

People First of Connecticut

 

Self Advocates as Leaders

 

State of Vermont

Developmental Disability Services

 

The Riot
 

Helpful Links

 

Advocacy Center for Persons with Disabilities, Inc.

 

American Association of People with Disabilities

 

California Department of Developmental Services

 

Connecticut Ability

 

CT YLP

The Connecticut Youth Leadership Project (CT YLP)

 

Kathleen Kabara

President CTYLP:
25 Sigourney Street
Hartford, CT 06106

Phone: 1-860-424-5068
EMail: Kathleen.Kabara@ct.gov

 

Disability World

 

DisibilityInfo.gov

Self Advocacy Association of New York State, Inc.
 

Partners in Policy Making

 

Rewarding Work.org

 

Self Advocates As Leaders

 

Sprout Film Festival

The ARC

 

The Minnesota Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities

Self-Determination Page - Educational Opportunities & Fact Sheets

This is a list of disability organizations. Most are not disability 'rights' organizations. They are charities funded to provide services to the disabled and do not engage in advocacy and are a political.

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Providing Disability Support Services Across Connecticut 

Services include Housing Assistance and Options, Supported Employment, Pre-Vocational Services, Job Coaching, Independent Living Skills Training, Cooking Skills Training, Companion Services, Connecticut Brain Injury Support Groups, Recovery Assistants, State Benefit Assistance, Arts Program, Music Production Program, Media Production Program, Assisted Living Services, Hygiene and Bathing Skills Support, Homemaking and Cleaning SkillsGroup Day Supports, Disability Advocacy, Residential Programming, Specialized Private Pay Brain Injury Support Staffing Options and much more.