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Why Become an Associate Member?  

As an associate member of the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN), you will ally with more than 60 like-minded organizations that support the rights of people with disabilities. NDRN is the voluntary membership organization for the federally mandated Protection and Advocacy (P&A) Systems and the Client Assistance Programs (CAP) for individuals with disabilities. Collectively, the Network is the largest provider of legally based advocacy services to people with disabilities in the United States. In Washington, D.C., NDRN is at the center of all public policy debates that impact the lives of people with disabilities and aggressively pursues the enactment and vigorous enforcement of laws protecting the civil and human rights of people with disabilities.

Who Can Join?

arrow Non-profit Organizations
arrow Legal Services Organizations
arrow Associations  

Membership Requirements

NDRN has a vision of a society where people with disabilities have equality of opportunity and are able to participate fully in community life by exercising choice and self-determination. If your organization shares this vision — and are sponsored by a member in good standing — you can become a part of the Network too!

Membership Benefits

Associate members receive a number of benefits by joining the Network including discounted and free access to services, products and publications. Just some of the benefits include:

arrow Legislative & Government Affairs
arrow Amicus Involvement
arrow Professional Liability Insurance Services
arrow Public Relations / Press Services
arrow Westlaw

Learn more about the benefits of associate membership here.

Meet our Members

tom_masseau_2013_3Tom Masseau
Executive Director, Disability Rights Arkansas

"The National Disability Rights Network is special because it is the only organization that is both cross-disability and rooted in legally-based advocacy. NDRN is a terrific place for all disability rights advocates to be connected."