Welcome to the Center for Disability Rights
The winter quarterly meeting of the Membership of CDR will take place from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, March 23, 2017, at Center for Disability Rights, 369 Highland St., West Haven, CT 06516.
There will be a light supper from 6-6:30. Updates and news until 7.
A presentation “Living with Wellness,” by Christopher Chase, D.C, SoVita Chiropractic will follow.
Please call Carmen 203-934-7077 Ext. 14, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm attendance. It is important that we know who is coming so that we can plan on food.
CDR’s Annual Meeting took place from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, May 26, 2016, at our new office at 369 Highland St., West Haven, CT. Visit our Flickr page to see photos of the people and activities.
On Feb. 12, 2016, CDR moved its offices to 369 Highland St., in West Haven, which is about a 15-20 walk, or a 5 minute drive from the old office on Campbell Avenue. Click here to visit the Contact Us page to get directions to the new office.
CDR is a membership organization of persons with disabilities that operates a Center for Independent Living (CIL). Based in West Haven, Connecticut, the Center for Disability Rights advocates for people with disabilities and their issues on a local, state-wide, and national level. We also provide services to individuals and their families, as well as technical assistance and community education to businesses, government, and members of the community.
CDR fully serves the following towns:
West Haven; Milford; Orange; Woodbridge; Madison, Clinton, and Westbrook.
CDR offers limited services in the form of Information & Referral services; nursing facility transition services; augumentive communication services; and the HEOS cross disability support group to the following towns: Shelton; Derby; Ansonia; Seymour; Bethany; New Haven; East Haven; Hamden; North Haven; Wallingford; Durham; Meriden; Southington; Middlefield; Middletown; North Branford; Branford; Guilford; Old Saybrook; Killingworth; Deep River; Chester; Haddam; East Haddam; East Hampton; and Portland.
We apologize for any inconvenience, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy eliminated the funding for most of our towns; and, as much as we would like to continue serving all the residents of all the towns in our area, we simply cannot do so.
If you have a question about accessibility, the ADA, disability discrimination, or a general inquiry; please use our “Ask The ADA Person” feature.
If you would like to become a member, please download this form, or contact Sandy at (203) 934-7077, Ext. 12 to have one mailed to you. Individual memberships cost $20. Family memberships costs $25.