We offer a wide range of resources to support individuals with disabilities in Utah. You can search through our database of factsheets, brochures, and other educational self-advocacy documents using the search bar below. Topics we cover include: Abuse and neglect, accessibility, assistive technology, education, employment, healthcare, and housing.

Fact Sheet
Updated: 2 months ago
Voting Rights


Frequently Asked Questions

If you were unable to find a helpful resource, please contact our office for assistance. In addition, the DLC is always interested in learning about what resources we may need to develop, so please consider providing public input.

You are always welcome to seek help from our office if you have additional questions. Unfortunately, not all issues meet our specific criteria, and only those that do will rise to the level of meeting with an attorney. However, our intake advocates will help determine if your specific set of facts meets our criteria, and, if not, they will find an appropriate referral or resource.

Refer to our list of external resources for other organizations that may be able to help.

Yes, the DLC encourages self-advocacy, and these resources are available to help individuals advocate for themselves and their rights.