Hawaii Disability Rights Center
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- Chuukese / Chuuk
- Spanish / Español
- Ilocano / Ilokano
- Korean / 한국어
- Marshallese / Kajin M̧ajeļ
- Samoan / Gagana Samoa
- Tagalog / Pilipino
- Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt
The sole mission of the Hawaii Disability Rights Center is to protect and promote the human, civil and legal rights of individuals with disabilities, as established in the constitutions and laws of the State of Hawaii and the United States, through the provision of information and advocacy.
HDRC, formerly known as the Protection and Advocacy Agency of Hawaii, is a private non-profit public interest organization established in 1977. It is Hawaii's designated Protection and Advocacy (P&A) System for People with Disabilities, and Hawaii's designated Client Assistance Program (CAP) for applicants and clients of programs funded under the federal Rehabilitation Act.
General brochures are translated into multiple languages (see above).
Last Review and Update: Mar 14, 2017