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NEED HELP?

Find CCDC programs to help assist in advocating for you or someone you know with a disability.

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ACTION ALERT

Keep up to date with disability rights activities you care about. Choose a few topics or sign up for all of them!

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ISSUES

Find the most common issues people with disabilities face and how CCDC can help.

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FAQ’S

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If it is determined that we are able to take your case, you will be required to complete an intake process and become a CCDC member before we can assist you.


HOW SOON CAN YOU HELP ME?

CCDC is not staffed to handle emergencies or walk-ins. We aim to return all calls within two business days. Should you reach voicemail, please leave us a message but do call back if you do not hear from us.


WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO CONTACT YOU?

If you need immediate help, please call our advocacy line at 303.357.6430 or email advocacy@ccdconline.org


HOW DO I GET ASSISTANCE?

please call our advocacy line at 303.357.6430 or email advocacy@ccdconline.org


HOW CAN WE ARRANGE FOR SPEAKERS OR TRAINING FROM YOUR ORGANIZATION?

For questions about arranging training for your company or to arrange for a speaker, please email Julie Reiskin, Executive Director at jreiskin@ccdconline.org


WHAT TYPE OF TRAINING DOES THE COLORADO CROSS-DISABILITY COALITION OFFER?

The Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition offers several types of trainings to all sizes of for- and not-for-profit businesses. We are able to customize trainings to your organization’s needs. Please see our CCDC Consulting and Training Services page. For further information, please contact Julie Reiskin at jreiskin@ccdconline.org


HOW DO I BECOME AN ADVOCATE?

CCDC offers advocacy training classes three times per year available in person and online. Please contact Angela Nevin at anevin@ccdconline.org or 303-774-6503


Important Notice
CCDC’s employees and/or volunteers are NOT acting as your attorney. Responses you receive via electronic mail, phone, or in any other manner DO NOT create or constitute an attorney-client relationship between you and the Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition (CCDC), or any employee of, or other person associated with, CCDC. The only way an attorney-client relationship is established is if you have a signed retainer agreement with one of the CCDC Legal Program attorneys.

Information received from CCDC’s employees or volunteers, or from this site, should NOT be considered a substitute for the advice of a lawyer. www.ccdconline.org DOES NOT provide any legal advice, and you should consult with your own lawyer for legal advice. This website is a general service that provides information over the internet. The information contained on this site is general information and should not be construed as legal advice to be applied to any specific factual situation.

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