Mentally and Physically Disabled
The Center for Disability Rights, Inc. (CDR) is a not-for-profit, community-based advocacy and service organization for people with all types of disabilities. Incorporated as an all volunteer organization in 1990, CDR began providing services and grew throughout the 1990s. CDR became an independent organization on September 1, 1998.
The Center for Disability Rights, Inc. offers a vast array of services and supports for individuals with all types of disabilities, regardless of age or income.
The LGBT Education and Support Group at the Mental Health Association, the creative wellness coalition, is open to those who have a mental illness, and also live their lives in the LGBT community. This is a group to support each other and to educate. Allies are welcome to learn how to help those they know living in the LGBT community. The group is every 2nd and last Wednesday of the month. The time: 1230pm-230pm. If you are new to the creative wellness coalition they ask that you call and make a time to schedule a tour. No payment or insurance required. Just come as you are. Next to Village gate on Goodman Street. Any questions please feel free to contact me Robert Morales facilitator of the LGBT Education and Support Group. 585-694-0807