December 13, 2013•Alerts
Brief DASH Survey
Disability Rights Network of PA (DRN) is the protection and advocacy system for
the state of Pennsylvania with offices located in Pittsburgh, Harrisburg and
Philadelphia. We offer services to individuals with disabilities and
disability advocacy groups and organizations.
Disability Advocacy Support Hub (DASH) is a program started in April 2007 by
the Disability Rights Network of PA (DRN) with funding from the PA
Developmental Disabilities Council. It is designed to support and help
disability advocacy groups all across Pennsylvania. DASH provides free
trainings and technical assistance to disability advocacy groups to help them
build their groups and improve their advocacy. We have helped groups with
a variety of advocacy issues, strategic planning, board development, use of
media, lobbying rules, outreach, fund raising, networking and lots of other
topics and activities.
DASH is trying to improve our outreach so that more people know about our
training sessions. Please help us by filling out a brief survey (see
survey links below); it will help us deliver the training that you want. Please
have all responses completed by Friday January 3, 2014. If you are able to help
to distribute the surveys to a greater audience, please do. Thanks for
all your help.
Surveys can be completed through the internet, saved/scanned and emailed to Ldo@drnpa.org, faxed to 717-236-0192,
or phoned in to 1-800-692-7443 ext. 312.