Free and low cost legal services for the poor and victims of domestic violence who reside in Mesa County
Community Centered Boards for Mesa County; long-term service and support system for persons with developmental disabilities
HIV and AIDS support and information
Are you in charge of planning and chairing IEP meetings with parents? See these 8 tips to avoid stormy meetings and help everything run smoothly.
Do you dread the IEP meetings with your child's school? If you carefully review the IEP and prepare your notes, bring someone you trust with you and follow the other tips in this document, you can help ensure that the meeting and individualized program will benefit your child.
This is a public report of an investigation into the improper use of restraint and/or seclusion of students with disabilities at Kenton and Lansing elementary schools in Aurora, Colorado.
This brochure from the Department of Justice offers excellent information about your employment rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Can a person have a service animal in housing with a "no pets" policy? Read this publication from the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law to find out.
Voting is a fundamental right in American society—the foundation of our democracy. By expressing our views through voting, we can help ensure that our government develops and implements good policies and protects our civil rights.