HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN TO CALL CCDC?
CCDC is the go-to organization for people to learn how to advocate for themselves and others. CCDC is also the go-to organization for many policy makers in the state who want to involve the disability community, need accurate information or assistance with community outreach.
Advocacy can take many forms. We do not guarantee we can help with all issues. When needed, we may refer you to another organization or agency if we believe they can be of assistance. Below are just a few of the ways CCDC helps people with disabilities to help themselves:
WHAT’S THE BEST WAY TO UTILIZE CCDC’S SUPPORT PROGRAMS?
Sometimes people with disabilities need a reasonable accommodation at work or need a reasonable modification of a policy, practice, or procedure when using governmental or non-governmental services. People with disabilities may also need reasonable accommodations in other situations. CCDC helps to educate people on what the law requires and sometimes may be able to help people make these requests. For help with an individual situation, contact CCDC by filling out our Request for Help Form here . You may also call us at 303-839-1775 (voice) and press #1 for Advocacy help.
For education and trainings in your office or organization, contact CCDC Executive Director, Julie Reiskin at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 303-839-1775.