DRNY is supported by the U.S. Department of Human Services, Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities; Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration; U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration; and, the Social Security Administration. The information on DRNY's website does not represent the views, positions or policies of, or the endorsements by, any of these federal agencies.
DRNY provides free legal and advocacy services to individuals with disabilities. Working tirelessly to protect and advance the rights of children and adults with disabilities, DRNY is committed to enabling those we serve to exercise their own life choices and fully participate in community life.
DRNY envisions an inclusive world that provides equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities - one that is free from discrimination, abuse and neglect.
725 Broadway, Suite 450
Albany, New York 12207
25 Chapel Street, Suite 1005
Brooklyn, New York 11201
44 Exchange Blvd, Suite 110
Rochester, New York 14614
(518) 512-3448 (TTY)
(800) 993-8982 (Toll Free)
(518) 427-6561 (Fax)
New York residents with disabilities can contact DRNY for assistance with problems directly related to their disabilities. DRNY investigates complaints and provides direct assistance to callers with disability-related issues under the terms of its federal grants and its annual goals and priorities.
Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness
Protection and Advocacy for Individual Rights
Protection and Advocacy for Assistive Technology
Client Assistance Program
Protection and Advocacy for Voting Access
Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injuries
Protection and Advocacy for Beneficiaries of Social Security
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Disability Rights New York (DRNY) is the Protection & Advocacy System and Client Assistance Program (P&A/CAP) for persons with disabilities in New York. As the P&A/CAP for New York, DRNY advocates for the civil and legal rights for New Yorkers with disabilities.