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Organization Name Disability Rights Maine
Category Disability Organizations and Resources
Address 24 Stone St., Ste. 204
Augusta, Maine 04330
United States
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Phone Number (800) 452-1948
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Website http://www.drme.org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/disability.rights.center.maine
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Disability Rights Maine (DRM) is Maine’s Protection & Advocacy agency for people with disabilities. This means we represent people whose rights have been violated or who have been discriminated against based on their disability. We also provide training on rights and self-advocacy and we advocate for public policy reform. DRM believes that people with disabilities must:
· Be treated with respect and be free from abuse;

· Control the decisions that affect their lives;

· Receive the services and supports necessary to live independently;

· Have the opportunity to work and contribute to society;

· Have equal access to the same opportunities afforded all other members of society; and

· Fully participate in all aspects of society: education, work, and community.