Peer Support

Provide opportunities to talk with others who have similar experiences and disabilities.

Information and Referral

Provide information on any subject related to living independently with all disabilities. Refer individuals to other agencies in our community to assist in gaining independence.

Independent Living Support

Assist with innovative approaches to performing basic tasks that lead to independence, such as budgeting, futures planning, resume writing, application assistance and employment readiness.

Advocacy

Individual and systems advocacy to promote positive change for and with individuals. Work with individuals on self-advocacy assertiveness to promote personal empowerment. Systems advocacy activities in partnership with individuals and community members to affect attitudinal and environmental change. ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) information and education.

We Celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

Genesee Health System and The Disability Network teamed up to bring you the best celebration ever. The event was held Friday, July 24th, on the grounds of Power High School, 11am to 2pm.

We are pleased to announce that Michigan Supreme Court Justice Richard Bernstein was our featured speaker at the event. Justice Bernstein is the first blind justice in Michigan’s history. Justice Bernstein discussed how the ADA has impacted his life and career and some of the challenges he’s faced.

 

Mission Statement

The mission of The Disability Network is to promote freedom,
choice, opportunity and equality for people with disabilities
through advocacy, education and employment.

Contact Us

3600 S. Dort Hwy., Ste. 54
Flint, MI 48507
Phone: (810) 742-1800
Fax: (810) 742-2400
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E-mail: tdn@disnetwork.org

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Volunteer

Just like our staff, our volunteers strive to improve the lives of others. We need volunteers to assist in a variety of ways, such as assist in social events like ADA Day Celebration Picnic and Holiday Party.