If you, or someone you know, is an individual with a disability residing in Utah and are facing legal issues related to your disability, we may be able to assist you. The Disability Law Center provides services to individuals with a broad range of disabilities, including but not limited to:
- Developmental disabilities
- Physical disabilities
- Mental illnesses
- Emotional impairments
- Learning disabilities
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Intellectual disabilities
- Sensory disabilities
- Chronic health conditions
We can assist in a variety of ways, including sharing of self-advocacy information, referrals, and speaking with our attorneys about your legal concern. To see which avenue best suits your issue, refer to our Apply for Help page. We can also be contacted via phone at: (800) 662-9080. Or at 711 via free video relay. Visit Sorensen Video Relay Services for this method.
Due to limited staff and financial resources, the scope of the DLC’s work is limited to specific service priorities. A comprehensive priority setting process helps us determine which issues and groups have the greatest need – so that our resources can be put to the best use.
The DLC’s Board of Trustees approves each goal plan before it is implemented. The process outlined above has resulted in our current priorities. If you have suggestions or thoughts on our goals and priorities, please let us know through our feedback form.
The DLC needs your help! Community engagement is central to our work, so please get involved and help us advance and enforce the legal rights, choices and opportunities of Utahns with disabilities.