Disability Rights Pennsylvania (DRP) is a statewide, non-profit organization with a mission to advance and protect the civil rights of adults and children with disabilities. DRP works with people with disabilities, their families, and their advocates to ensure their right to live in their communities with the services they need, to receive a full and inclusive education, to live free of discrimination, abuse and neglect, and to have control and self-determination over their services. DRP works to ensure that people with disabilities have equal and unhindered access to employment, transportation, public accommodations, and government services; to enforce their rights to vocational, habilitative, post-secondary educational, health, and other services; and to protect them from abuse and neglect.
PA Client Assistance Program (CAP) provides information and advice about rehabilitation programs, helps resolve problems that may arise while seeking services from rehabilitation programs, and helps pursue administrative and legal remedies to protect the rights of individuals.
PHLP provides free legal services to lower-income consumers, seniors, and persons with disabilities who are having trouble accessing publicly funded healthcare coverage or services (including home and community-based waiver services).