Disability Rights Nebraska operates a combined program of legal advocacy, relationship-based advocacy, systems advocacy, public policy analysis, education and other support activities for people with disabilities. This program is designed to help secure their rights, enhance their dignity, and advocate for their full participation as citizens with respect to their individual cultures. Among the P&A programs in the nation, Disability Rights Nebraska is one of the few that has such a broad range of advocacy activities, as many others focus primarily on litigation.
If you require assistance you may come in for an in person interview Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm or you may call to speak to an advocate Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm.
Mission Statement: Disability Rights Nebraska use a combination of legal advocacy, public policy advocacy, citizen advocacy, self-advocacy and advocacy education to protect vulnerable people with disabilities, especially those who learn, live or work in isolated, segregated or congregated settings.