The Arc of Oregon and The Arc of Lane County are advocacy organizations serving people with developmental disabilities and their families.
People First of Oregon is a group of developmentally disabled people throughout the state joining together to learn how to speak for themselves.
The Oregon Advocacy Center is an independent non-profit organization which provides legal advocacy services for people with disabilities anywhere.
Oregon Technical Assistance Corporation (OTAC) promotes full participation in community life for individuals with disabilities and families through the delivery of training, technical assistance, and related services.
The National Center on Self-Determination, part of the Oregon Health & Sciences University, identifies, develops, validates and communicates policies and practices that promote the self-determination of people with and without disabilities.
The Center for Self-Determination is a highly interactive collaborative of individuals and organizations working to change the nature of the support and service system for individuals with disabilities, using the principles of self-determination to help all persons create the lives they want, connected to and with their communities.
The mission of Technology Access for Life Needs (TALN) is to assure that persons with disabilities in Oregon will be able to secure and effectively use assistive technologies, primarily through answering questions and helping with solutions.
The Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities (OCDD) acts as an advocate for persons with developmental disabilities and their families to promote change, through self-determination, leading to a more accessible, inclusive and culturally responsive world.