Category: Politics


AT&T Supports Disability Action Center

Disability Action Center (DAC) Executive Director, Evan LeVang, announced the acceptance of a $1,500 donation from AT&T on July 6th, 2016. DAC welcomed AT&T External Affairs representative, Preston Dickinson, for the presentation of their generous donation. Chico City Council Member,…

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Outreach & Presentations

  Lots of outreach being done in our communities. If you wish a presentation of DAC programs and services please let us know. DAC counties include Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, and Tehama. Chico Office (530) 893-8527…

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URGENT ACTION — Call Senators Feinstein and Boxer TODAY To Protect DRASTIC Slashing of HOME Funds

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ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience)

AB 449 CA (2015-16 Session) Why is this bill needed? This bill will harmonize with recently enacted legislation, The Stephen Beck, Jr., Achieving a Better Life Experience Act of 2014 (ABLE), which allows individuals who became blind or disabled before…

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Shawn Casey O’Brien in Chico June 8th!

 

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Do you use a California Department of Motor Vehicles issued “disabled person parking placard or license plate”?

We are interested in your parking experiences. Please take this survey and share it with others! Survey will remain open until April 24, 2015. Take the Survey! ¿Utiliza usted del Departamento de Vehículos Motorizados de California un “cartel de estacionamiento…

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Disability Rights California Operates Hotline for Voters with Disabilities Oakland, CA – Californians with disabilities who are voting in the primary election on June 3 have an ally in ensuring that they have full and equal access to the process….

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U. S. SENATE BILL 1356 MATTERS

What is U. S. Senate Bill 1356? Why does it matter? It is a comprehensive act named the Workforce Reinvestment Act. Part of the act includes authorization of the Rehabilitation Act, essential to providing the funding for and structure governing…

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Number of Poor Seniors would increase under Ryan budget

  In a April 23, 2014 Huffington Post blog, NSCLC Executive Director Kevin Prindiville writes that the House-passed budget resolution “leaves the country’s older adults to struggle with less food, income housing, and care.” “By cutting essential programs that often…

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Support our Seniors

Reneto Wilkins, a senior living in Washington, D.C., nearly became homeless when he lost his Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for two months. Why was he cut off? He was trying to save for a winter coat and exceeded the…

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