A hand-up, not a hand-out

Independent Living means that we demand the same choices and control in our everyday lives that our non-disabled brothers and sisters, neighbors and friends take for granted. We want to grow up in our families, go to the neighborhood school, use the same bus as our neighbors, work in jobs that are in line with our education and interests, and start families of our own.

We've been there

DAC prides itself on having an extremely diverse and adaptable board of directors, staff and volunteers. These people, many of whom have a disability, form the partnership to work to promote the independence and equality of all individuals with disabilities in all aspects of society.

Get Involved

DAC is pushing for change in our community, but we can't do it all on our own. We need your help and support!

Advocate

Help educate and motivate the community about disability.

Volunteer

Assist in outreach, legislative issues and other opportunities.

Success Stories

With your help, we're breaking down barriers, making our communities accessible to everyone.