Training Opportunity For Peer Mentors And Volunteers Advocates

    Let’s Have Some Fun! It’s been a long winter and even longer spring. Let’s get together and get active. We will discuss upcoming events and opportunities for community participation, as well as participate in the training, “True Colors” presented by Mark Bourdon. Join us Friday, May 8th from 1-3 pm, at Freedom’s Fargo…
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Flood Assistance Resources

Monday, April 27, 2009 Freedom Resource Center is a disability rights organization (www.freedomrc.org). Our mission is to work towards equality and inclusion for people with disabilities. As an effort to collaborate with organizations, and provide information to individuals with disabilities who have been impacted by the 2009 flood, we will be sending out regular Flood…
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Flood Assistance Resources

Friday, April 24, 2009 Freedom Resource Center is a disability rights organization (www.freedomrc.org). Our mission is to work towards equality and inclusion for people with disabilities. As an effort to collaborate with organizations, and provide information to individuals with disabilities who have been impacted by the 2009 flood, we will be sending out regular Flood…
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What’s Wrong With This Picture?

Access to Goods and Services Ideally, the layout of the building (or display area) should allow people with disabilities to obtain materials or services without assistance. The accessible route to all public spaces must be at least 36 inches wide. There should also be a 5-foot circle or a T-shaped space for a person using…
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$2 OVER- A Story Of A Minnesotan With A Disability

 I am nameless, nobody, unable to tell my local representative my story, I am on disability. I am also raising my 3 ½ year old grandson who is diagnosed with developmental delay, sensory and attachment disorders. My grandson’s MFIP does not cover his expenses. I do live in subsidized housing, but when I got custody…
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