How Can You Help? Take Action Today
Call your legislator. Write a letter. Attend a legislative hearing. Host a meeting. You decide how you would like to advocate for the needs and benefits of Connecticut residents with disabilities, and we support your work in every way possible.
|Oak Hill is grateful to all those who came out to the various town hall meetings around the State. Sharing your concerns makes a difference!
Supports and services to people with disabilities are not entitlements. They are not assured. Advocacy means keeping informed about what is happening politically, at the local, state and national level and then acting on that knowledge.
Advocacy -- by people with disabilities and their friends and families – secured the supports and services people with disabilities have today. And the work will continue with your help. Begin advocating today. Share your contact information to stay informed.