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.
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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.
Ready to write to your legislators but unsure as to what to say? We’ve provided sample language. Also, for information on pending legislation and hearings, take a look at Oak Hill’s Advocacy Calendar.
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