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Honoring 30 Years of the Americans with Disabilities Act

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On Sunday, July 26th, 2020, CCDC presented a virtual event in honor of the 30th anniversary of the ADA and CCDC’s 30th birthday.  Included in that celebration was a short video produced by CCDC. Click the link below to view:

We would like to thank the following ADA 30th Anniversary virtual event sponsors whose generosity helps us to continue our work:

ADA 30th event sponsor logos including: CREEC, CHFA, Rocky Mountain Health Plans, The Arc of Aurora, Think + Change, Citywide Banks, PASCO, Jonathan Howard, Killmer Newman and Lane LLP, The Independence Center, Avocet Communications, Healthier Colorado, Craig Hospital, Colorado Children's Campaign, PALCO and Dept of Local Affairs Division of Housing

Special thanks to our friends for sponsoring the event’s ASL interpretation:

PASCO (Personal Assistance Services of Colorado) Logo, it reads: PASCO (Personal Assistance Services of Colorado)

Our Major Sponsors (below) have the opportunity to spotlight an article: (Click on the logo to read)

CREEC -Civil Rights Education Enforcement Center Image is CHFA logo Colorado Housing Finance Authority

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RMHP (Rocky Mountain Health Plans) Logo, it reads: Rocky Mountain Health Plans, We understand Colorado. We understand you. | Accountable Care Collaborative


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