Oak Hill’s Advocacy Calendar
Here we post opportunities for you to advocate on behalf of people with disabilities. Advocacy can be as simple as writing a letter to your state legislator or calling your local official. Opportunities ebb and flow, so we encourage you to visit us often to learn of new ways to be involved.
And if you have an idea about how you might advocate on behalf of people with disabilities, contact Stanley F. Soby, vice president of public policy and external affairs.