Why we offer free adult disability advocacy services

free adult disability advocacy

At Delta Center, we are proud to offer our services free of charge to those who need them. When asked why we provide free services, we can proudly say it’s because we believe in removing barriers and promoting positive changes.

Here are three reasons why we can, and do, offer free disability advocacy services:

Empower our communities

Our goal is to ensure that all people have their voices heard and their rights protected. Often, people with disabilities don’t know the best ways to advocate for their needs. This could be an elderly veteran wanting to age in place, a low-income family needing help with a newly-disabled parent, or someone with a spinal cord injury looking for resources to maintain their independence.

Delta Center will teach you how to best advocate for yourself, your situation or others with disabilities.

Ensure that you get the help you need, when you need it

We believe that you should get the help you need, when you need it. This means not spending frustrating hours trying to navigate the bureaucratic maze to get the assistance you deserve. At Delta Center, we can help identify programs you might qualify for and guide you through the application processes.

We also work with the state and our communities to ensure that there are services available that benefit adults with disabilities and senior citizens.

Our services are state-funded

At Delta Center, we can provide free services through our funding-funding, as well as generous donations. Because we don’t pay investors or business owners, we are able to provide you with a myriad of resources that may not be available elsewhere.

Delta Center Advocacy services are free to disabled adults and senior citizens. To get started, contact our Referral Hotline at 636-926-8761, ext 228 or send us an email at [email protected].

Learn more about disability advocacy at Delta Center

Contact us today

Learn more about the Americans with Disabilities Act HERE.

For more information about advocacy, please call our Information and Referral Hotline at 636-926-8761, extension 228, or you may contact us by email at [email protected].