For Disabled Adults and their Families

 

1 in 5 Americans has a disability.1 That makes 56 million people, the largest minority group in the country. Most of us have had our lives touched by disability – whether it’s you or someone you know who has one – and any of us could. Yet, statistically, someone with a disability is much more likely to be undereducated, out of work, or in poor health than someone without one.2

There are great people out there working hard to close these gaps. But the process of finding them is so often inefficient, outdated, or confusing that many people are left feeling isolated and disempowered.

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Disability Action Center

Disability Action Center (DAC)

1600 West Street, Redding CA

Phone: 530-242-8550

DAC is a nonprofit organization helping community members with disabilities  to achieve and/or maintain their optimal level of self-reliance and independence. It is the purpose of DAC to assist persons with disabilities to achieve and/or maintain their independence. DAC will provide support services (eg. information, housing assistance, and provider referrals) and to eliminate barriers (physical, emotional, societal, etc.) to increase opportunities for participation in the community. DAC will also work to ensure provision of needed services, identified by persons with disabilities and other community members, while supporting consumers’ rights to live independently.

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