Explore resources focusing on advocacy, promoting equity, ending the abuse of individuals with disabilities, and identifying available services and programs.

To Report An Incident Of Abuse

If you know or suspect that a vulnerable adult is in immediate danger, call 911 or local law enforcement. Otherwise, call Minnesota Adult Abuse Reporting Center (MAARC) at 844-880-1574. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


State of Minnesota website representing the office that provides resources on adult mental health.
A PowerPoint presentation from the State of Minnesota’s Office of the Ombudsman for Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities, specifically advocating for clients with health care providers.
The United States national self-advocacy organization that ensures people with disabilities are treated as equals and given the same decisions, choices, rights, responsibilities, and chances to speak up to empower themselves.
End Abuse Of People With Disabilities has a database library of resources that highlight best practices or address challenges that can help us end abuse of people with disabilities. This database is searchable to find the resource that best suits your current needs.
Advocates for full civil rights for over 60 million Americans with disabilities by promoting equal opportunity, economic power, independent living, and political participation.
Promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, providing information, assistance, education, and public policy leadership.
A place where everyone can learn, access services, and develop skills. AuSM serves all Minnesotans, throughout their lives, with a fundamental commitment to advocacy, education, support, collaboration, and community building.
A social service agency offering a variety of programs to help Karen refugees transition to life in a new country and achieve their goals. The Karen Organization of Minnesota provides resources to help organizations learn how to work with the growing Karen community.
CLUES programs provide our participants with access to resources and opportunities to be healthier, prosperous and engaged in their communities. This includes creating accessible services for community members with diverse abilities.
The Minnesota Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (MNCCD) is a broad-based coalition of advocacy and provider organizations working to change public policy to improve the lives of people with disabilities through building awareness, providing education, and engaging the community. MNCCD Supports people with disabilities by changing public policy and teaching self-advocacy skills.
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