Community Integration •  Criminal & Juvenile Justice  • Education  • Employment  • Health Care  • Involuntary Interventions • Legal Capacity

CPR combines administrative, legislative, and policy advocacy to protect, enhance, and expand the rights of people with disabilities.  It assists disability organizations and coalitions to advocate for these reforms, and elevates their role in developing and implementing policy initiatives that impact their lives.  As a result of CPR’s advocacy, supported decision making has become the preferred method of ensuring individual choice, health care protections have been enhanced to ensure equal access for people with disabilities, segregated employment programs have been closed, and civil commitment laws have been narrowed.

CPR also provides training and technical assistance to disability rights advocates throughout the country to expand the rights and opportunities of people with disabilities.