Why Become a Member of NDRN?
The National Disability Rights Network (NDRN) works in Washington, DC on behalf of its members to ensure the integrity and capacity of the P&A/CAP Network, collectively the largest providers of legal advocacy services to people with disabilities.
In that role, NDRN has also grown as a leader in the disability rights movement, becoming a force for positive change by vigorously advocating for robust federal laws and policies for people with disabilities.
Who Can Join?
P&As and CAPs
NDRN’s mission is to promote the integrity and capacity of P&A/CAP network. NDRN is proud to count all 57 P&A agencies among its members, as well as sizable number of the CAPs.
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 P&A/CAP in good standing—you can become an Associate Member and be a part of the Network too!
If you would like to join the National Disability Rights Network, please contact us.
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:
- Legislative & Government Affairs
- Amicus Involvement
- Professional Liability Insurance Services
- Public Relations / Press Services
- Disability Advocacy Database (DAD)
Meet our Members
“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.”
Tom Masseau, Executive Director, Disability Rights Arkansas