Advocacy Opportunities

Programs and resources from UAA CHD that provide opportunities to advocate for individuals who experience a disability.

I Vote, I Count

A program that empowers Alaskans with disabilities to become active voters and part of the political process by eliminating voting barriers, promoting awareness of the voting process and helping people access their right to vote.

Partners in Policymaking (PIP)

A program that promotes advocacy and leadership skills to individuals, family members and caregivers, through training, resources and networking opportunities.

The purpose of the TAPESTRY Post-Secondary Transition Program is to provide students (ages 18 to 21) with intellectual and cognitive disabilities a post-secondary college experience to develop self advocacy skills, engage in career exploration, and develop social skills that lead to employment in a career field or enrollment in a post-secondary educational program.