DRM has brochures that explain our programs and services. These materials can also be made available in other alternative formats upon request.
Who We Are
Disability Rights Michigan (DRM) serves individuals with disabilities.
A disability is:
• a physical or mental impairment
• something that limits one or more major life activities (walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, learning, working)
• occurs any time in life
• affects children or adults
Are you a person with a disability who needs help in order to work, attend school, or live independently? Were you denied services? Are you unhappy with the services you have? Do you need to know your rights?
The Client Assistance Program (CAP) might be able to help you. CAP is a federally mandated information and advocacy program for people who need vocational rehabilitation or independent living services.
Our newsletter, The Exchange, is available electronically or in hard copy. The electronic version is sent via email and includes articles and information on issues that impact people with disabilities. Visit our Newsletter Archive for past editions.
How Can We Help? Contact Us Anytime
We want to hear from you! Whether you're looking for advocacy, have a question, or just want to connect, please reach out.