Hmong Disability Rights Council (HDRC)
1161 East Ave
Chico, CA 95926
HDRC Mission Statement
Hmong Disability Rights Council is an organization of Hmong community leaders, activists, and people with and without disabilities to advocate for disability rights and social justice for people with disabilities no matter the age, sex or race.
HDRC Vision Statement
We are community leaders, community activists, and people with and without disabilities united to advocate for disability rights and social justice for people with disabilities no matter the circumstance of age, sex or race. We are determined to utilize all ways and means available to advance our cause of attaining an acceptable quality of life for people with disabilities, which is the right of all human beings. We are a broad-based organization, placing people first, desiring justice for all, and believing that everyone is equal.
The Hmong Disability Rights Council meets when there is an issue, or issues to be addressed. The place and date of the meeting will be announced to the public by telephone, email, and by public radio station. The Systems Change Advocate of Independent Living Services of Northern California meets with individual Hmong, Laotian, and Mien leaders in Chico, Willows, Oroville, Orland, and Redding one time per month to maintain our relationship.
- Sor Lo, Systems Change Advocate, 530-893-8527
- Norma Xiong, President of the Hmong Disability Rights Council
- Fai Dan Thao, Vice President of the Hmong Disability Rights Council
Hmong Disability Rights Council
Meets monthly at Butte County Public Library
1108 Sherman Ave, Chico
2nd Tuesday of each month
Contact: Sor Lo at:
530-893-8527, #119 or
The library can be contacted by calling or email:
530-891-2762 or email@example.com