Get help from Disability Rights Wisconsin
An Intake Specialist will ask about your concern. If your concern is an identified priority issue (see below), DRW staff will discuss with you if we can provide advocacy services to help you. When we are able to provide help, the advocacy services we can offer may include: information and referral; advice and guidance in self-advocacy; investigating, negotiating or mediating on your behalf, or representing you in legal proceedings.
Disability Rights Wisconsin does not provide legal assistance for bankruptcies, traffic tickets, criminal cases or family law issues like child custody, child support or divorce.
- Abuse and neglect
- Patient rights
- Long-term care
- Special education
- Voting rights
- Discrimination in employment and housing
- Barriers to accessibility
- SSI managed care
- Medicare Part D Helpline
- Program attorney services to disability benefit specialists
- Assistive technology
- Access to services