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Indiana Disability Rights

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Reaction To SCOTUS Decision in Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools

Indiana Disability Rights believes that the February 22nd Supreme Court decision in Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools will provide students with better access to the court system to contest disability-related discrimination at schools.
Read more here


IPAS Commission welcomes new members

Amber O'Haver and Jay Chaudhary are the newest members of the IPAS Commission. Read more here


IDR Internship Available

Indiana Disability Rights is hiring a Special Project Intern for summer, 2017. This is a full time, paid position. Undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in disability rights are encouraged to apply today. Search for Job # 606129 here


2017 Agency Goals Finalized

The goals for 2017 have been finalized, and can be seen here


Fact Sheets are available for CAP, PABSS, and ABLE accounts

Our fact sheets can explain how our programs can help you. We have fact sheets for the
Client Assistance Program (CAP)
Protection & Advocacy for Beneficiaries of Social Security (PABSS) and
Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Accounts
Check them out at the links above or under the Resources tab on the left side of this webpage


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LAWSUIT CHALLENGES STATE LAW PROHIBITING INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS RESIDING IN INSTITUTIONAL SETTINGS FROM VOTING IN THAT FACILITY’S PRECINCT

Indiana Disability Rights and ACLU of Indiana have filed a class action lawsuit against the State of Indiana, the Indiana Secretary of State, the Clerk of Jefferson County, and members of the Indiana Election Commission alleging that an Indiana state law is unconstitutional as it imposes an undue burden on people with mental illness who reside in institutions in exercising their right to vote... 
 Click here to read press release.
 Click here to read full complaint.