MN-CCD News and Information

familyHere in Minnesota, an overwhelming majority of the programs supporting individuals with disabilities are governed at the state level. It is here where policy and funding decisions are made.

Additionally, visit our “MN-CCD News” page for valuable updates from our member organizations, including recent media features, organizational announcements, and more.

Citizen Advocate Academy Advocacy Trainings

The Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance Citizen Advocate Academy (CAA) is partnering
with the Minnesota Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities to expand our Metro-based
advocacy training. Join us to develop your advocacy skills, understand the legislative
process and connect with policymakers in your community! Click on the link here for session details and registration information!


Join advocates from Minnesota’s disability community for a listening session on Tuesday, November 18th

Policy expert Sean Burke with the Minnesota Disability Law Center will provide information about the Supreme Court Olmstead Decision, Minnesota Olmstead Plan, and changes to Home and Community Based Services (HCBS).

Find out how these issues impact YOU.

Tuesday, November 18th
6:45-8:15 p.m.
Hopkins Center for the Arts
John Ireland Community Room
1111 Mainstreet, Hopkins, 55343
*No cost to attend, refreshments provided

With questions, for more information, or to RSVP email Alicia Munson or call 952-930-7696

Event co-hosts include the Minnesota Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities, Hammer, Mary T. Inc., Opportunity Partners, and eQuality – Pathways to Potential

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