Disability RIghts Maryland

Empowerment. Integration. Equality.

aka DRM   |   Baltimore, MD   |  WWW.DisabilityRightsMD.org

Mission

Disability Rights Maryland (DRM) created a more integrated, just society and improves lives of people with disabilities by advancing their legal rights and ensuring equality of of opportunity to participate in community life. DRM provides free legal services to Marylanders of any age with all types of disabilities.

Ruling year info

1977

Principal Officer

Meghan Marsh

Main address

1500 Union Avenue Suite 2000

Baltimore, MD 21211 USA

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Formerly known as

Maryland Disability Law Center

EIN

51-0215570

NTEE code info

Disabled Persons' Rights (R23)

Public Interest Law/Litigation (I83)

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We provide legal assistance in a broad range of areas, including education, housing, health care, transportation, voting, public benefits and rights in facilities.

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Disability Rights Maryland advocates to improve the lives of Marylanders with disabilities. DRM works to create a just and inclusive society by advancing and defending the legal and human rights of people with disabilities. We join people with disabilities in expanding opportunities to participate fully in all aspects of community life, and champion rights to self-determination, dignity, equality, choice and freedom from abuse and neglect.

Disability Rights Maryland maximizes resources by using an array of advocacy strategies, including information and referral, advice and counsel, outreach and education, monitoring and investigations, training and technical assistance, coalition and policy work, individual representation, impact litigation and support for self-advocacy.

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Disability RIghts Maryland

Board of directors
as of 06/10/2019
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Board chair

Kim Fusco

Laurie Wasserman

Rebecca Sinclair

Tony Wright

Joan Brown

Neil Ellis

Chris Gunderson

Marlene Hamlin

James Hubbard

Vicki Mills

George Nilson

Nevett Steele Jr.

Kim Fusco